La disputa por las identidades étnicas en el cine mexicano contemporáneo
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Peoples (Ethnic groups)
Sciences, Social
Indigenous peoples


The article analyzes the extent to which recent mexican cinema, both fiction and documentary, have been transforming their discourse on ethnic identities in recent years. Based on a interdisciplinary methodology that articulates the categories of cinematographic analysis with those of anthropological and social studies, it tries to show some attempts to decolonize the view of indigenous peoples in fiction cinema, as well as the diverse tendencies present in the documentary film ranging from understanding the ethnic as cultural reproduction to raising the processes of resistance and the transformation of identities.

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