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1960년대 쿠바영화에서 나타난 혁명수용 형태

Title
1960년대 쿠바영화에서 나타난 혁명수용 형태
Author
정태수
Keywords
the Cuban Cinema; the Cuban Revolution; Cuba's history; Independentnation
Issue Date
2014-03
Publisher
한국영화학회 2014년
Citation
영화연구 59호, 2014.3, 333-364 (32 pages)
Abstract
The most important thing facing Cuba after the 1959 revolution was to establish, based on the process of the revolution, Cuba as an independent nation, which was more significant than anything else for Cuba, a nation dominated by Spain and the United States for a long time. For this, the revolutionary government of Cuba aimed to imprint its identity and reality on its peoples by bring them to a recollection of its revolution and its colonial history. The vehicle that was to carry out the aims of the revolutionary government was cinema. Cinema became what was to realize the political aims of the revolutionary government. The filmmaking of the 1950s in Cuba already proved this role of cinema. In this regard, the Cuban cinema of the 1960s was deeply related to what the revolution government aimed and was situated. During this period, Cuban films focused on showing Cuba’s struggles for the revolution and its colonial experiences. It is not overwhelming that after the revolution what Cuban cinema dealt with was absolutely related to the establishment of Cuba’s history as an independent nation.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE02389632http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/48603
ISSN
1598-9682
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COLLEGE OF ART AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION[S](예술·체육대학) > THEATER AND FILM(연극영화학과) > Articles
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