New configurations for Peruvian cinema: the rising star of Claudia Llosa

Barrow, Sarah (2013) New configurations for Peruvian cinema: the rising star of Claudia Llosa. Transnational Cinemas, 4 (2). pp. 197-215. ISSN 2040-3526

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Abstract

After a decade-long hiatus during which the existence of a home-grown cinema in Peru had been threatened by a lack of government and public support, a new generation
of directors broke onto the scene in the twenty-first century with a distinctive approach to both the production and circulation of their films, as well as to their relationship with the ‘national’, in terms of policy, funding and audience engagement.
This study takes one of those directors, Claudia Llosa, as the main case study, and considers the development of her profile as an internationally recognized Peruvian film-maker whose award-winning debut works (Madeinusa, 2006 and La Teta Asustada/Milk of Sorrow, 2009) sparked controversy and critical debate for their challenging portrayals of the Quechua culture of Peru. This article examines
her successes on the international festival and commercial exhibition circuits, considers some of the scholarly and critical responses to her work, and asks what impact Llosa has had on the development of cinema in Peru through her engagement with the transnational.

Additional Information:Special issue: Latin American Cinemas Today: Reframing the National The event at Lincoln was supported by funds from the Society for Latin American Studies and the Joint Initiative for the Study of Latin American and the Caribbean.
Keywords:Latin American cinema, Transnational cinemas, National cinema, Identity, Violence, Reception, Film festivals, Peruvian cinema, Digitised
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W620 Cinematography
T Eastern, Asiatic, African, American and Australasian Languages, Literature and related subjects > T731 Latin American Society and Culture studies
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Film & Media > Lincoln School of Film & Media (Media)
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Deposited On:10 Jun 2013 15:56

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