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Argentine Cinema and National Identity (1966-1976)$
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Carolina Rocha

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781786940544

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781786940544.001.0001

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Argentine Cinema, 1973–1976

Argentine Cinema, 1973–1976

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(p.61) Chapter 4 Argentine Cinema, 1973–1976
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Argentine Cinema and National Identity (1966-1976)
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Carolina Rocha

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9781786940544.003.0005

This chapter documents the changes and continuity in legislation regulation Argentine filmmaking. As the revolución argentina came to an end in 1973, a new cinema law was signed on February 21. Law 20,170 of Promotion and Industrial Recuperation which replaced Law 17,741 was implemented on May 14, 1968 would remain in use until 1994. Despite the return of General Perón and democracy, filmmakers faced increasing problems as censorship continued to be implemented and the NIC lacked directors who could develop long-term policies. I also highlight the achievements of Argentine cinematography abroad. Finally, I contextualize the crisis of Argentine cinematography in 1976.

Keywords:   Law 20,170, NIC, Hugo del Carril, La tregua

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