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"Jennifer M. Bean" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 3 Feb 1999 21:02:28 -0800
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Sorry -- the previous message didn't quite suffice.  As I was saying there,
a colleague has offered the following list for your Latin American

The Hour of the Furnaces (Arg.)
Blood of the Condor (Bol.)
Viva Mexico (USSR)
The Official Story (Arg.)
Las madres (Arg.)
Rio Escondido (Mex)
Los olvidados (Mex)
The Garden of Eden (Mex.)
The Uprising (Nic.)
When the Mountains Tremble (Guat.)
The Garcia Marquez Collection, especially "Miracle in Rome" (Col.)
 and "The Summer of Mrs. Forbes" (Mex)
The Battle of Chile (Chile)
The Moon in the Mirror (Chile)
Scraps of Life (Chile)
Portrait of Teresa (Cuba)
One Way or Another (Cuba)
Bye Bye Brazil (Br.)
How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman (Br.)

Best of luck,

Jennifer M. Bean
Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies
Dept. of Comparative Literature
Box 354338
University of Washington-Seattle
Seattle, WA  98195-4338
Fax: 206.685.2017

>From: Michael Abbott <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Latin American film collection - position
>Date: Tue, Feb 2, 1999, 8:35 AM

>Wabash College is building a Latin American film component into our
>International Studies curriculum, and a colleague and I have been
>charged with building a core collection of approximately 20 Latin
>American films. We would be most grateful if members of this list would
>suggest films that, in your opinions, MUST appear on this list. We are
>essentially building the collection from scratch, so we are eager to
>hear from you.
>On a related note, we are also seeking a specialist in Latin American
>Film Studies for a one-semester appointment in the spring of 2000. This
>person should have experience teaching Latin American Film in a broader
>International Studies context and an ongoing record of scholarship.
>Current graduate school and ABD candidates are welcome to apply. I will
>provide more information and explain application procedure upon request.
>If you are interested in the position, please contact me at the
>signature email address below. If you'd like to recommend films for our
>collection, please respond publicly to the Screen-L list.
>Michael Abbott
>Assistant Professor of Theater
>Wabash College
>mailto:[log in to unmask]
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