Stuart Hall, film studies and the cinema
Keywords: Stuart Hall, cinema, identity, representation, stereotype
AbstractThis article explores the relationship between Stuart Hall and the cinema from three specific topics: 1) Hall’s work on concepts of difference, identity, representation and stereotype in his relationship with the cinema; 2) the impact of his thoughts on film production, especially in movies of the 1980s that directly portrayed the multicultural society and the ethnic issues of cultural hybridity, using as a case study the film My beautiful laundrette; and 3) more direct relationships he established with audiovisual production, whether in his relationship with black British cinema or how he was portrayed in the film The Stuart Hall Project.
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Prysthon, A. (2016). Stuart Hall, film studies and the cinema. MATRIZes, 10(3), 77-88. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v10i3p77-88
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