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|"I believe that there is not just one Latin American cinema, just as there is no single Brazilian cinema. There are cinemas; made of sometimes contradictory currents that often collide, yet come together in a desire to portray our realities in an urgent and visceral manner." Walter Salles (Preface, The Cinema of Latin America)|
|Cinegogía is an open-access website devoted to the teaching and study of Latin American cinemas. This collaborative project is comprised of syllabi, film guides, course materials, a film database and links to other resources. Our users' contributions are essential for creating a robust and useful collection of Latin American film studies materials. Please refer to our "Collaborate" page for more information. Mediático also recently published a blog post about the Cinegogía project.|
NEW RESOURCES / NUEVOS RECURSOS
The COVID-19 crisis has created new and unexpected realities for educators and scholars. Our syllabi collection has been updated with teaching resources that have been modified for remote learning. In addition, here are a few resources that have been made available for streaming and accessing Latin American films online. Other suggestions? Please share them here.
CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS
Chasqui, an academic journal devoted exclusively to Latin American literature in the sense of bringing together research on both the Spanish-speaking republics of the continent and Brazil, is now seeking film reviews (approximately 1000 words) of Latin American films (either fiction films or documentaries) or films dealing with Latin America, released in the last three years. Please submit your review to email@example.com. Contributors to Chasqui must be subscribers at the time their reviews are published.
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