Film & Politics in the Third World
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Critical articlesmost of them written by Third World writerson leading figures and national & regional cinemas. Includes analyses of important individual films, political/aesthetic manifestoes, and interviews with African, Chinese, Indian, Turkish, Iranian, Arab, Filipino, Cuban, and Latin American directors.
Published January 1st 1987 by Autonomedia
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