Marina Díaz-López

Marina Díaz-López
Instituto Cervantes · Cultural Activities

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Introduction
Marina Díaz-López currently works at the Cultural Activities, Instituto Cervantes. Marina does research in Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Musicology.

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Cantinflas es uno de los hitos fundamentales en el cine mexicano, como demuestra su presenciaa lo largo de buena parte del siglo XX y la perdurabilidad de su mito. El estudio de su estelarización va de la cultura prerrevolucionaria —de la que surge el personaje del pelado que encarnará—, al momento en el que se incluye como Cantinflas en la producc...
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The internationalization of Spanish cinema has come to form part of the public and private policies of the film industry in this new century. The presence of Spanish cinema in international festivals and markets, as well as the recognition some of its directors and stars enjoy, make it possible to create a map of the organization of Spanish and Eur...
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Arturo de Córdova was an international Mexican film star that managed to participate in Mexico, Argentina and Spain cinemas. His career was possible in a transnational cinema that achieved to reach to a wide Spanish speaking audience. In these films, he developed a character that went from the romantic male star to the mature seducer that will have...
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This chapter provides insight into the work of El Deseo as the creative home where Pedro Almodóvar has been able to create his work freely and without the usual constraints of the Spanish industrial mode of film production. The audiovisual market has confronted multiple threats and challenges during the period since El Deseo began. With the recentl...
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At the end of World War II, the Francoist government found itself forced to reconsider its cultural politics towards Latin America. It promoted a new version of Hispanidad (Hispanicity), already a contentious colonialist concept that dated back to Spain's loss of its empire in the previous century. It now focused on some topics of shared popular cu...