The Cinema of Fernando Vendrell

Edited by Paulo de Medeiros and Hilary Owen

Portuguese Studies 34.2

Modern Humanities Research Association

2 October 2018

ISBN: 978-1-781887-52-3 (paperback)

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Contents:

143-147
Introduction
Paulo de Medeiros, Hilary Owen
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148-166
Fintar o destino: Between the Colonial Bond and a Postcolonial Double-bind
Rui Gonçalves Miranda
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167-180
National Representation in the Age of Transnational Film: A Lusophone Story
Emanuelle Santos
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181-194
The Last Crossing: Fernando Vendrell's O gotejar da luz and Postimperial Representation
Paulo de Medeiros
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195-209
Intersectional Spectres: Sex, Race and Trauma in Fernando Vendrell's O gotejar da luz and Pele
Hilary Owen
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210-214
‘O lento gotejar da luz’
Leite de Vasconcelos
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215-220
‘The Slow Dropping of the Light’
Leite de Vasconcelos, Patricia Odber de Baubeta
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221-236
Interview with Fernando Vendrell
Ellen W. Sapega
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237-239
Review of Adriana Martins, Alexandra Lopes, Mónica Dias, Mediations of Disruption in Post-Conflict Cinema
João Pedro Vicente Faustino
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239-240
Review of Ricardo Matos Cabo, Cem mil cigarros: os filmes de Pedro Costa
Maria Inês Castro e Silva
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241-243
Review of Maria do Carmo Piçarra, Teresa Castro, (Re)imagining African Independence: Film, Visual Arts and the Fall of the Portuguese Empire
Emanuelle Santos
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243-245
Review of Mariana Liz, Portugal's Global Cinema: Industry, History and Culture
Paulo de Medeiros
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245-247
Review of Maria do Carmo Piçarra, Azuis ultramarinos: propaganda colonial e censura no cinema do Estado Novo
Rui Gonçalves Miranda
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