Identity, cinema and diversity: dialectics towards digital convergence
Keywords: Cinema, identity, diversity, imaginary, cultural consumption
AbstractThe claim of cinema as structural piece in the construction of diversity and language(s) as the ground and a catalyst for intercultural dialogue is the starting point of a work that investigates the new uses and consumption of cinema in the search for new strategies – political, creative, distributive – in order to overcome the marginality of a globalized and monopolized market by great multinational distributors. An initiative that is directly connected to the protection of cultural exclusion and appeals to the obligation to guarantee the access to other cultures/nations which claim for the right to circulation, demand visibility in order to be recognized.
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Baamonde, S. (2014). Identity, cinema and diversity: dialectics towards digital convergence. MATRIZes, 8(2), 318-321. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v8i2p318-321