10-24-06

10-24-06 - 10/24/06 Spanish colony from 1482-1898, becomes...

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10/24/06 Spanish colony from 1482-1898, becomes “client state”/protectorate of United States By 1940, enters into democratic period for 12 years Military under Bautista in 1952 engineers coup as military dictatorship Higher degree of recognized racial mixture Sugar is the cash crop One of the first goals of the revolution is universal film literacy and universal access to film Cuba is at the center of a hemispheric and world film movement New Latin American Cinema Third Cinema Freedom of expression and social change must stay within the country and hemisphere Through the meeting of filmmakers in 1960s—first Latin American festival in Chile Committee of Latin American Filmmakers—annual festival of movement, 1979 in Havana, Cuba Critique and analysis of the modernization and industrialization of society Looking at the consequences of society underdevelopment, imposition of political force and other cultures on society The Purposes of this Movement 1. Develop and reinforce national culture/challenge cultural colonialism
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course FTV 106C taught by Professor Noriega during the Fall '06 term at UCLA.

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