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Author Knopf, Kerstin

Title Decolonizing the Lens of Power : Indigenous Films in North America
Published Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2008


Description 1 online resource (563 pages)
Series Cross/Cultures - Readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English, 100
Contents Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1 The Foucauldian Lens of Power Decolonized; 2 A Postcolonial Approach to Indigenous Filmmaking in North America; 3 Oral Tradition as Reflected in Film; 4 Short Films; Figures; 5 Dramatic Films; Conclusion; Works Cited; Appendix; Index
Summary This is the first book that comprehensively examines Indigenous filmmaking in North America, as it analyzes in detail a variety of representative films by Canadian and US-American Indigenous filmmakers: two films that contextualize the oral tradition, three short films, and four dramatic films. The book explores how members of colonized groups use the medium of film as a means for cultural and political expression and thus enter the dominant colonial film discourse and create an answering discourse. The theoretical framework is developed as an interdisciplinary approach, combining postcolonial
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Subject Indian motion pictures -- North America
Ethnographic films -- North America
Indians in the motion picture industry -- North America
Indians in motion pictures.
Indian mass media -- North America
Indigenous peoples and mass media -- North America
Ethnographic films.
Indian mass media.
Indian motion pictures.
Indians in motion pictures.
Indians in the motion picture industry.
Indigenous peoples and mass media.
North America.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789042028838