This course examines a range of successful films from Latin America produced post-2000 by a new generation of filmmakers born after 1960. It examines the new trends in Mexican, Brazilian, Argentinian, and Peruvian cinematography (films and countries vary from year to year and may include films such as Amores perros, City of God, Pan's Labyrinth, Motorcycle Diaries, The Secret in Their Eyes, Madeinusa). It also considers differences between contemporary film production and the aesthetics and politics of the Latin American cinema of the 1960s-1980s. The films are studied in their political, social and cultural context.
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