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Julio Cortazar [electronic resource]

EDITRAMA (Firm)
Format
Video; Computer Resource; Online Video; Online
Summary
Influenced by Jean Cocteau, Jules Verne, Alfred Jarry, and Jorge Luis Borges, it is not surprising that Julio Cortazar created a body of surrealist literature that depicts the world as a phantasmagoric maze. In this program, the late author reflects on his view of reality, the creative process, his sentimental nature, and other topics. In addition, he talks about several of his books, including Rayuela, a significant contribution to the novel and paradigmatic of the Boom; the politically charged El libro de Manuel; Octaedro; Las armas secretas; Historias de cronopios y famas; and Los premios.
Release Date
1998
Run Time
124 min.
Language
In Spanish
Notes
  • Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on November 01, 2013.
  • Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Series
Five Latin American Authors Speak
Five Latin American Authors Speak
Contents
  • Interviewing a Latin American Author (1:04)
  • War Time Infancy (2:48)
  • Barcelona Years (2:50)
  • Cortázar's Heritage (2:15)
  • Cortázar's Childhood Neighborhood (2:36)
  • Cortázar's Social Life (3:32)
  • Cortázar's First Novel (2:24)
  • Accused of Plagiarism (2:19)
  • Fatherless Childhood (2:17)
  • Cortázar's Education (4:14)
  • "Presencia" (4:36)
  • Cortázar's Style (1:59)
  • "Los Reyes" (6:13)
  • Cortázar's Creativity (4:41)
  • "Bestiario" (3:42)
  • "Casa Tomada" (3:21)
  • Cortázar's Writing Process (3:43)
  • Cortázar's Fantastic Experience (3:24)
  • Cortázar's Self Imposed Exile (5:11)
  • Translating Poe (2:47)
  • "Las Armas Secretas" (2:56)
  • "Los Premios" (3:52)
  • "Historias de Cronopios y de Famas" (3:31)
  • "Rayuela" (7:27)
  • Cortázar's Renown (1:31)
  • "La Autopista del Sur" (3:04)
  • "La Vuelta al Día en Ochenta Mundos" (1:19)
  • "62/Modelo para Armar" (2:17)
  • "Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires" (1:33)
  • "Último Round" (1:48)
  • "Fantomas" (5:47)
  • "Libro de Manuel" (6:55)
  • "Octaedro" (2:11)
  • Latin American "Boom" (6:11)
  • Fostering a Latin American Identity (2:09)
  • Concluding Cortázar's Interview (1:04)
  • Credits: Julio Cortazar (1:34)
Published
New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2013], c1998.
Publisher no.
  • 10607s Films Media Group
  • 10610 Films Media Group
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Description
1 streaming video file (124 min.) : sd., b&w.
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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