Table of contents for Contemporary Latin American cinema : breaking into the global market / edited by Deborah Shaw.

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1. On the Road with Che: The Motorcycle Diaries/ Los diarios de motocicleta (Walter Salles, 2004) as Pan-American Travelogue	Claire Williams
2. "'So What's Mexico Really Like?': Framing the Local, Negotiating the Global in Alfonso Cuarón's Y tu mam  tambi¿n (2001)" 	Nuala Finnegan
3. City of God/Cidade de Deus (2002): Challenges to Hollywood, Steps to The Constant Gardener (2005)	Else Vieira	
4. Playing Hollywood at its own Game? Bielinski's Nine Queens/Nueve reinas (2000) 	Deborah Shaw	
5. Afro-Brazilian Identity, Malandragem and Homosexuality in Madame Sata (Karim Ainouz, 2002) 	Lisa Shaw	
6. Family Romance and Pathetic Rhetoric in Marcelo Piñeyro's Kamchatka (2002).	David William Foster	
7. Soapsuds and Histrionics: Media, History, and Nation in Bolívar soy yo/ Bolivar is Me (Jorge Alí Triana ,2002) 	Geoffrey Kantaris	
8. Killing Time in Cuba: Juan Carlos Tabío's Lista de espera/Waiting Lista (2000) 	Rob Stone	
9. The Power of Looking: Politics and the Gaze in Salvador Carrasco's La Otra Conquista /The Other Conquest (1999) 	Miraim Haddu	
10. Peruvian Cinema and the Struggle for International Recognition: Case Study on El Destino no tiene favoritos/Destiny Has No Favorites (Alvaro Velarde, 2003)		Sarah Barrow
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Motion pictures -- Latin America.