Trial available until May 4, 2012
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The Golden Age of Mexican Cinema is illuminated in this collection of popular movie periodicals. Not only does it include chief magazines such as Cinema Reporter (1943–1965) and Cine Mundial (1954–1955), it also features extremely rare copies of El Cine Gráfico from 1935 and of the weekly El Mundo Ilustrado (1902–1910). The true extent of the popularity of Mexican film is illustrated by Cinelandia (1931–1947), which was published in Hollywood both in Spanish and in English. This collection also includes dozens of film flyers, which were distributed on the streets to lure people into the cinema. Finally, for the first time this collection gives access to the personal scrap books of Fernando de Fuentes (1894–1958), one of the leading Latin-American filmmakers to this day. These volumes contain reviews, movie stills, programs, and advertisements, shedding a unique light on the career of this pioneering director.
Trial available April 5 — June 30, 2012
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Érudit is the only North-American dissemination platform of scholarly and cultural journals in French language. Érudit is a platform whose mission is to promote and disseminate research and culture. Érudit is a non-profit corporation and an inter-university consortium of the Université de Montréal, Université Laval, and Université du Québec, which has operated in the area of digital publishing since 1998.
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