Canadian Cinema: Between the National and the Global

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Canadian Cinema: Between the National and the Global

In this illustrated lecture, Professor Bill Marshall (University of Stirling) explores how both art-house and commercial film in Canada are located in a field of tensions, implicating both external influences (Hollywood, France) and internal factors (rival nationalisms, indigenous groups and other minorities).

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