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by Peter Besas

Author: Peter Besas
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Language: English
Publisher: Arden Pr; Presumed First Edition edition (November 1985)
Pages: 291 pages
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Since the death of Generalisimo Francisco Franco, Spanish culture has undergone significant change. Humor & Entertainment Books Movie Books. ISBN13: 9780912869063. Behind the Spanish Lens : Spanish Cinema under Fascism and Democracy.

The instrumentation consists mainly of Spanish-style guitar, woodwind instruments, harpsichord, and the harp. Besas, Peter, (1985). Behind the Spanish Lens: Spanish Cinema Under Fascism and Democracy. Denver, Colorado: Arden Press. The score was originally released by Colpix Records as an LP (Colpix Records SCP 519) in the United States, and a two track EP in France  .

Behind the Spanish Lens is the first book-length treatment of Spanish film in English and is the only volume to treat .

Behind the Spanish Lens is the first book-length treatment of Spanish film in English and is the only volume to treat the history of the art, from the first Spanish screening to the filmmaking trends that are evident today. The book includes over fifty stills from the most significant of those films, plot descriptions, and filmographies. And equally important, Peter Besas has deftly traced the varied relationship between the developing art and the political realities of a volatile nation. 69062/?tag prabook0b-20

Spanish cinema, with the exception of star and some auteur studies . Besas, P. Behind the Spanish Lens: Cinema under Fascism and Democracy. Denver, CO: Arden, 1985.

Spanish cinema, with the exception of star and some auteur studies, has largely been of interest to scholars and some cinephiles. The first attempt at a comprehensive historical overview of cinema in Spain in Spanish comes late, in the form of the cumbersome two-volume study Méndez-Leite 1965. The book led the way to subsequent volumes by active non-Spanish critics and scholars who sought both to integrate recent scholarship on Spanish cinema and to widen the international audience for Spanish film.

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Besas, Petcr (1985) Behind The Spanish Lens: Spanish Cinema under Fascism and Democracy, Denver: Arden Press. Popular Spanish Film under Franco. Popular Spanish Film Under Franco is the first book of its kind to analyze cinematic comedy during the initial two decades of Francisco Franco's dictatorship. Focusing on the intersection between popular culture and political populism, it breaks new theoretical ground in re-evaluating the policies of the regime and the tactics employed by those who sought to undermine it.

Behind the Spanish Lens: Spanish Cinema Under Fascism and Democracy. London: Oberon Books. Denver, CO: Arden Press. de la Bretéque, F. A. 2004. L’imaginaire medieval dans le cinema occidental. Paris: Honoré Champion. Agenda Layered Upon Agenda: Anthony Mann’s 1961 Film El Cid’, in N. Haydock and E. L. Risden (ed., Hollywood in the Holy Land, pp. 161–68.

The Annual FQ Book Roundup (Concluded). Film Quarterly Vol. 40 No. 1, Autumn, 1986 (pp. 30-36) DOI: 1. 307/1212303. This is a PDF-only article. The first page of the PDF of this article appears above.

The Arts in the Spanish-Speaking World SPA3021. Section: Spanish Cinema Previous: The moderns: time, space, and subjectivity i. .Library availability.

The Spanish transition to democracy, known in Spain as the Transition (Spanish: La Transición, IPA: ), or the Spanish transition (Spanish: Transición española, IPA:.

The Spanish transition to democracy, known in Spain as the Transition (Spanish: La Transición, IPA: ), or the Spanish transition (Spanish: Transición española, IPA: ) is a period of modern Spanish history, that started on 20 November 1975, the date of death of Francisco Franco, who had established a dictatorship after the victory of the Nationalists in the Spanish Civil War. However, historians disagree on the exact date the transition was completed: some say i.

Since the death of Generalisimo Francisco Franco, Spanish culture has undergone significant change. And in Spain, as everywhere, social changes are portrayed most dramatically in the movies. Peter Besas's Behind the Spanish Lens : Spanish Cinema under Fascism and Democracy traces the work of those culturally powerful filmmakers who struggled through the years of Fascist rule and found new voices and a worldwide audience under the Socialist government that followed Franco's death.

Through his personal access to those filmmakers, Peter Besas has been able to recreate the political context and the cultural roots of this distinctive national cinema. Interviews with more than twenty of Spain's most renowned directors include stories of hidden film reels and surreptitious research, of lost scenes and banned movies, of vague and constantly changing government guidelines, of personal attacks and the assassination of the Minister of Culture twenty-three months before the death of the Generalisimo.

Behind the Spanish Lens is the first book-length treatment of Spanish film in English and is the only volume to treat the history of the art, from the first Spanish screening to the filmmaking trends that are evident today. The book includes over fifty stills from the most significant of those films, plot descriptions, and filmographies. And equally important, Peter Besas has deftly traced the varied relationship between the developing art and the political realities of a volatile nation.