1 videodisc (69 min.) : sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
  • Ché (1997)
  • Foto recorer el mundo (1981)
  • Hasta la victoria siempre (1997)
The legendary figure of Ché -- a young Argentine physician becomes a guerrilla comander in the Cuban struggle against tyranny. After the triumphant revolution, his ideals of liberty and justice lead him to organize a guerrilla force to liberate Bolivia, where he dies. A casual photo immortalizes his image around the world. These three films explore the legend and the man.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
337 pages : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm.
  • Introducción
  • Capítulo 1. El surgimiento del movimiento superochero en México
  • Capítulo 2. El súper 8 y la contracultura
  • Capítulo 3. El súper 8 y la política
  • Capítulo 4. El súper 8 urbano en los años ochenta
  • Conclusiones.
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xiv, 273 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • AcknowledgmentsContributorsIntroduction, by Alisa LebowPart 1. First Person SingularThe Role of History in the Individual: Working Notes for a Film, by Michael ChananThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, by Andres Di TellaImpersonations of Glauber Rocha by Glauber Rocha, by Jose GattiThe Self-portrait Film: Michelangelo's Last Gaze, by Laura RascaroliCycles of Life: El cielo gira and Spanish Autobiographical Documentary, by Efren CuevasFrom the Interior: Space, Time and Queer Discursivity in Kamal Aljafari's The Roof, by Peter LimbrickPart 2. First Person PluralJennifer Fox's Transcultural Talking Cure: Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman, by Angelica FennerSecrets and Inner Voices: The Self and Subjectivity in Contemporary Indian Documentary, by Sabeena GadihokeIn the Eye of the Storm: The Political Stake of Israeli i-Movies, by Linda DittmarPart 3. Diasporic SubjectivityLooking for Home in Home Movies: The Home Mode in Caribbean Diaspora First Person Film and Video Practice, by Elspeth Kydd'If I Am (Not) for Myself': Michelle Citron's Diasporic First Person(s), by Sophie MayerThe Camera as Peripatetic Migration Machine, by Alisa LebowPart 4. Virtual SubjectivityBlogging, by Peter HughesThe ME and the WE: A First Person Meditation on Media Translation in Three Acts, by Alexandra JuhaszFilmographyIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231162159 20160608
When a filmmaker makes a film with herself as a subject, she is already divided as both the subject matter of the film and the subject making the film. The two senses of the word are immediately in play - the matter and the maker - thus the two ways of being subjectified as both subject and object. Subjectivity finds its filmic expression, not surprisingly, in very personal ways, yet it is nonetheless shaped by and in relation to collective expressions of identity that can transform the cinema of 'me' into the cinema of 'we'. Leading scholars and practitioners of first-person film are brought together in this groundbreaking collection to consider the theoretical, ideological, and aesthetic challenges wrought by this form of filmmaking in its diverse cultural, geographical, and political contexts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231162159 20160608
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2 videodiscs (188 min.) : sound, color, black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (231 pages ; 19 cm) + 1 insert ([16] pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm)
  • Argentine experimental film. Traum / Horacio Coppola, Walter Auerbach (2:19)
  • Ideítas / Victor Iturralde Rúa (1:05)
  • Los placeres de la carne / Horacio Vallereggio (13:54)
  • Come out / Narcisa Hirsch (11:05)
  • Gamelan / Claudio Caldini (11:40)
  • To be continued / Juan Villola (5:29)
  • Passacaglia y fuga / Jorge Honik, Laura Abel (17:43)
  • sin título / Gabriel Romano (1:51)
  • Espectro / Sergio Subero (8:56).
  • Argentine experimental video. Un día bravo / Ivan Marino (23:26)
  • Diez hombres solos / Ar Detroy (3:32)
  • Reconstruyen crimen de la modelo / Andrés Di Tella, Fabián Hofman (7:37)
  • Tango : El narrador / Luz Zorraquín (7:56)
  • En memoria de los pájaros / Gabriela Golder (18:32)
  • La persecución del viento / Gustavo Galuppo (6:09)
  • Chamber piece / Gustavo Caprín (11:17)
  • abc etc / Sergio Subero (18:43)
  • Esplín o errar o sin embargo / Hernán Khourian (17:58).
A selection of Argentine sound or silent experimental films and videos accompanied by a bilingual book of essays, artist biographies and filmographies.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
5 videodiscs (447 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (43 p . ; 18 cm)
  • DVD 1. Aguaespejo granadino ; Vibración de Granada ; Estampas 1932 ; Película familiar ; Galería fotográfica de las Misiones Pedagógicas
  • DVD 2. Fuego en Castilla ; Fiestas cristianas-fiestas profanas ; Fotografías del rodaje de Fuego en Castilla
  • DVD 3. Acariño Galaico ; Tríptico elemental de España ; Galería de fotos del Tríptico elemental de España
  • DVD 4. Mario Sáenz de Buruaga, Val del Omar Sur-Norte ; Cristina Esteban, Ojala Val del Omar ; Antonella La Sala, Vértice Vórtice ; Javier Viver, Laboratorio Val del Omar ; Velasco Broca, Val del Omar fuera de sus casillas ; Collages ; Fotomontajes PLAT ; Diakinas
  • DVD 5. Eugeni Bonet, Tira tu reloj al agua.
Includes the most famous pieces of the author, his "elementary" Aguaespejo Granada, Castile Fire and completed posthumously, Galician mite (Mud) as well as his documentary work during the republic, a corporate film on the work of educational missions by the peoples, and a brief family film of the time. Also included are documents, objects and experimental work of other authors related to the work of Val del Omar.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes), Media & Microtext Center
ARTHIST-105B/305B-01, FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
2 DVD videos (225 min.) : sound and silent, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (156 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm) Sound: digital; optical; stereo; Dolby Digital 2.0. Video: PAL. Digital: video file; DVD video; all region.
  • Disc 1. Film experiencia I = Film experience I (1957, ca. 7 min.) / Equipo 57
  • Fuego en Castilla = Fire in Castile (1958-1960, ca. 18 min.) / José Val del Omar
  • Exp. no 1 = Exp. #1 (1958, ca. 2 min.) / Joaquim Puigvert
  • Exp. II (1959, ca. 2 min., ) / Joaquim Puigvert
  • Pintura 1962-3 = Painting 1962-3 (1962-63, ca. 5 min.) / Ton Sirera
  • L'espectador = The spectator; Habitació amb rellotge = Room with a clock; La llum = The light; Conversa = Conversation (ca. 7 min.) / Carles Santos
  • BiBiCi story (1969, ca. 8 min.) / Carles Durán
  • Ice cream (1970, ca. 8 min.) / Antoni Padrós
  • Espectro siete = Seventh spectrum (1970, ca. 8 min.) / Javier Aguirre
  • Travelling (1972, ca. 10 min.) / Luis Rivera
  • Arriluce (1974, ca. 8 min.) / José Ángel Rebolledo
  • Bloodfilm (1975, ca. 3 min.) / Marcel Pey
  • Photomatons = Photo booths (1976, ca. 5 min.) / Eugeni Bonet.
  • Disc 2. A MAL GAM A (1976, ca. 34 min.) / Iván Zulueta
  • Ritmes cromàtics = Color rhythms (1978, ca. 5 min.) / Jordi Artigas
  • Brutal ardour (1978, ca. 29 min.) / Manuel Huerga
  • Boy meets girl (1978, ca. 9 min.) / Eugènia Balcells
  • Green/Paraíso/Arena = Green/Paradise/Sand (1978-9, ca. 3 min. each) / Juan Bufill
  • Miserere (1979, ca. 11 min.) / Antoni Miralda & Benet Rossell
  • Impresiones en la alta atmósfera = Impressions from the upper atmosphere (1988-89, 7 min.) / José Antonio Sistiaga
  • A escala del hombre = On man's scale (1992, ca. 8 min.) / David Reznak
  • Súper 8 (1997, ca. 7 min.) / David Domingo
  • Gioconda/Film (1999, ca. 50 min.) / Antoni Pinent
  • La costra láctea = The milky crust (2001, ca. 9 min.) / Velasco Broca
  • Farce sensationelle! (2004, ca. 3 min.) / Laida Lertxundi
  • Copy scream (2005, ca. 2 min.) / Oriol Sánchez.
31 experimental short films made in Spain 1957-2005.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videodisc (NTSC, 76 min.) : Recorded DVD, DVD video, sound, color and black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Ave Fenix = the Phoenix bird (1995) / an autobiographical film by Susana Munoz (30 min.)
  • Susana (1980) / a film by Susana Blaustein (21 min., black and white)
  • Turning points. The envelope please... (1986) / producer, Gabor Kalman (18 min. )
Two autobiographical short films by Susana Blaustein Muñoz, plus a an episode of a television documentary on the Academy Awards for documentaries in which Muñoz appears.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videodisc (84 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Un día simple en la vida de diez habaneros comunes. No hay entrevistas, ni diálogos ni narración: sólo imágenes, sonidos y música para expresar cinematográficamente el día a día de una realidad peculiar y única. Cada uno de los personajes representa la curiosa diversidad de los grupos sociales que se mueven en la ciudad. Porque no hay una sola Habana: hay muchas Habanas invisibles y distintas para vivir.
Shows a simple day in the life of ten ordinary people of Havana. There are neither interviews nor dialogue nor narration: only images, sound and music to express cinematographically the everyday events of a peculiar and unique reality. Each of the characters represents the diversity of the social groups found in the city.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
2 videodiscs : sd., b&w with col. sequences ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 flyer.
  • disc 1. Now (1965)
  • Cerro pelado (1966)
  • Hanoi Martes 13 (1967)
  • Hasta la victoria siempre (1967)
  • L.B.J. (1968)
  • 79 primaveras (1969)
  • El Sueño del pongo (1970)
  • El tigre salto y mato-- morira-- morira. disc 2. Accelerated under-development / Travis Wilkerson
  • Photogallery
  • Santiago Alvarez filmography.
8 of Santiago Alvarez's films, a biography of Alvarez, photogallery of his life, and filmography. The films feature events such as the the blockade of Cuba, U.S. civil rights movement, Vietnam, Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Vo Chi Minh.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videodisc (49 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
"Intrigued by the legendary Mexican military leader Pancho Villa's little-known relationship with Hollywood, filmmaker and sleuth Gregorio Rocha goes on a search for lost footage that Villa commissioned from the American Mutual Film Company in 1914, allowing cameramen to follow him into war. The footage includes some of the first battle scenes captured in "moving pictures." Rocha documents his encounters as he scours the film vaults and back rooms of institutions across North America and Europe for the seven reels of film that immortalized Villa. His research unveils a legacy of fictional and documentary depictions of Villa dating from the silent film era, revealing a world unsure whether to venerate or to fear this imposing figure and the forces of popular revolution that he embodied"
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videocassette (44 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
  • Title 1: Márgenes / Lucha Corpi ; tr. Catherine Rodríguez-Nieto
  • Dirty Mexican ; Wyoming crossing thoughts ; A Christmas gift-- ; Esta mano / Ana Castillo
  • The poet reflects on her solitary fate / Sandra Cisneros
  • Chant number one ; Chant number two ; Chant number three / Miriam de Uriarte
  • SINvergüenza / Liliana Valenzuela.
Title 1 (Mexico, 1996, 25 min.): "An homage to the Chicana poets. Their words translated to the media of video, where, beyond text, the audience is being proposed to travel the contours and holes of a border landscape: the female body"--Accompanying material.
Title 2 (Austin, Texas, 1991, 19 min.): "'Home' as poetic metaphor for the place we 'go back to' through our memories, a place we recreate over and over, with our desire"--Accompanying material.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videodisc (66 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Set in Costa Rica, Latin-American men proudly describe their attitudes towards women illuminating the social climate and cultural traditions which nurture "machismo" and allow the domination and even murder of women to flourish in Latin America.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videodisc (4 hr., 8 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
A 1960s filmic manifesto on the liberation struggle being waged throughout Latin America, using Argentina as a historical model.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
FILMSTUD-100C/300C, FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
1 videodisc (ca. 255 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Lado 1. Sur (1970) / Gabriel Retes (11:40 min.)
  • Mi casa de altos techos (1970) / David Celestinos (23:12 min.)
  • Víctor Ibarra Cruz (1971) / Eduardo Carrasco Zanini (21:55 min.)
  • La segunda primera matriz (1972) / Alfredo Gurrola (15 min.)
  • Otro país (1972) / la Cooperativa de Cine Marginal y el Frente Democrático Estudiantil (15 min.)
  • Chuchulucos y arrumacos para burgueses (1974) / Rafael Montero (15:17 min.)
  • Luz externa (1974) / José Augustín (31:05 min.)
  • Lado 2. Materia nupcial (1974) / Alfredo Robert (20:38 min.)
  • Eureka (1974) / Nicolás Echevarría (6:33 min.)
  • Patria libre (1979) / Sergio García (12:33 min.)
  • Gancho al hígado (1982) / Luis Lupone, Rubén Olivares, Rafael Rebollar) (56:05 min.)
  • Popurrí (1978-1980) / Maris Bustamante, Rubén Valencia (21 min)
  • Arena (1986) / Silvia Gruner (5:48).
A collection of films originally produced in Mexico on Super-8 film.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
9 videocassettes : sd., b&w or col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 guide (202 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.)
  • V. 1. program 1. Explorations of presence, performance and audience
  • v. 1, program 2. Investigations of the phenomenal world-space, sound light
  • v. 1, program 3. Approaching narrative--"there are problems to be solved"
  • v.1, program 4. Gendered confrontations
  • v. 2, program 5. Performance of video imaging tools
  • v. 2. program 6. Decentralized communications projects. v. 2. program 7. Critiques of art and media as commodity and spectacle
  • v. 2 program 8. Independents address television.
  • v. 2 program 9 [continuation of program 8]
Video art works produced in the 1970's and 1980's by various artists.
Media & Microtext Center
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01

16. Brazilian cinema [1995]

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From the documentary to the cinema novo and cannibalism, from Nelson Pereira dos Santos's Vidas Secas to music in the films of Glauber Rocha, this third, revised edition is a century-spanning introduction to the story of a medium that flourished in one of the most developed of 'underdeveloped' nations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231102674 20160528
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FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
xix, 229 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgments Introduction / Ada Testaferri 1. Modes of Identification and Representation Pandora: Topographies of the Mask and Curiosity / Laura Mulvey Locating the Displaced View / Midi Onodera Women in the Shadows: Reclaiming a Metis Heritage / Christine Welsh OWho is Speaking/O: Of Nation, Community and First Person Interviews / Trinh T. Minh-ha 2. The Role of Fantasy in Lesbian Representation and Spectatorship On the Subject of Fantasy / Teresa de Lauretis Governing Lesbian Desire: NocturneOs Oedipal Fantasy / Patricia White Female Misbehavior: On the Structure of Paradoxical Obedience in the Sadomasochistic Mise-en-scene / Monika Treut 3. Inscribing Woman in Socio-Historical Contexts Neil Shipman: A Case of Heroic Feminity / Kay Armatage Streetwalking Around PlatoOs Cave / Giuliana Bruno An/other View of New Latin American Cinema / B. Ruby Rich 4. Feminist Film Readings: Personal Politics/Social Politics A Parallax View of Lesbian Authorship / Judith Mayne Signifying the Holocaust: Liliana CavaniOs Portiere di notte / Margueritte Waller Contributors Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780253209283 20160528
In "Feminisms in the Cinema", well-known feminist theorists juxtapose their work with that of women filmmakers. Each writer addresses some aspect of marginality, discussing it as a political strategy and as a challenge to power structures. Different approaches reflect the diversity of contemporary feminist theorizing; essays revisit some classic questions raised by feminist research, situating them in different cultural and sociopolitical milieus. Contributors include: Kay Armatage, Giuliana Bruno, Teresa de Lauretis, Judith Mayne, Laura Mulvey, Midi Onodera, B. Ruby Rich, Monika Treut, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Marguerite R. Waller, Christine Welsh, and Patricia White.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780253209283 20160528
Green Library, SAL3 (off-campus storage)
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
545 p.
Green Library
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
xi, 455 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01
iv, 40 p. ; 30 cm.
  • Poem in the form of a film poster / Fernando Birri
  • Introduction / Michael Chanan
  • Cinema and underdevelopment / Fernando Birri
  • The aesthetics of hunger
  • Glauber Rocha
  • Down with populism / Glauber Rocha
  • Towards a Third cinema / Fernando Solanas and Octavio Getino
  • For an imperfect cinema / Julio Garcia Espinosa
  • Problems of form and content in revolutionary cinema / Jorge Sanjines.
Green Library
FILMSTUD-147-01, FILMSTUD-347-01