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[Commlist] Issue 4 of "Tecmerin: Journal of Audiovisual Essays" published

Tue Jul 07 18:08:22 GMT 2020

Issue 4 of "Tecmerin: Journal of Audiovisual Essays" has been published. It features a dossier on "Censorship and Media", coordinated by Manuel Palacio.

The issue includes original audiovisual essays on Japanese Animation and Censorship through Dubbing in European Countries, The Naked Body in Uruguayan Cinema, The Representation of Violence in Amat Escalante's "Heli" and the Release of "All Quiet on the Western Front" in Berlin in the 1930s.

In addition, we start a new section, "From the Archive", recuperating less known, forgotten or forbidden works by film and videomakers. In this case, we focus on Juan Sebastián Bollaín's film "Sevilla 2030", curated by Sonia García López. While critically analyzing this work, we also make it available for viewing (in Spanish).

Table of Contents

"Dubbing and Censorship in the European Distribution of Japanese Animation", by Daniel Ferrera

"16 Naked Bodies", by Agustín Fernández

"Repeating Terror: Contemplating Death in Amat Escalante's /Heli/ (2013)", by Niamh Thornton

"Public Controversy and Film Censorship: The Release of /All Quiet on the Western Front/ (1930) in Berlin", by Manuel Palacio and Ana Mejón

Section "From the Archive"
"Another Way of Exerting Censorship: The (Institutional) Limits of Creative Freedom", by Sonia García López, on Juan Sebastián Bollaín's /Sevilla 2030/ (2003).

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Best regards,
Editorial Committee  of "Tecmerin: Journal of Audiovisual Essays"

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