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A Companion to Spanish Cinema // CNCZ - Wiley Blackwell Companions to National - Jo Labanyi; Tatjana Pavlovic Wiley ; 2012 Online Access
A collection of recent essays written by top international scholars that thoroughly interrogates Spanish cinema from a variety of thematic, theoretical and historic perspectives
Spanish Cinema: A Student’s Guide – Barry Jordan and Mark Allison (2005) PN 1993.5 S7
A good introduction to the subject. The authors provide a history of Spanish film, along with a discussion of film techniques, genres, and stars that are representative of the cinema of Spain.
Spanish Popular Cinema – Antonio Lázaro Reboll and Andrew Willis (2004) PN1993.5 S7 S73 2004
A collection of essays on Spanish popular film, including such topics as historic epics and musicals during the early Franco era, child actress Marisol, Amenábar’s Abre los ojos, and the representation of the Spanish Civil War.
Spanish National Cinema – Núria Triana-Toribio (2003) PN1993.5 S7 T753 2003
The history of Spanish film from 1896 through the late 1990’s and early 2000. Focuses on film as representative of Spain’s national identity and the concept of “Spanishness”.