La imagen de las islas Baleares en el cine anterior a 1939

Show simple item record Brotons Capó, Maria Magdalena 2024-01-19T07:33:33Z 2024-01-19T07:33:33Z
dc.description.abstract The origins of cinema in the Balearic Islands are closely linked to stories of travellers who came to these islands in search of good weather, splendid landscapes and the picturesqueness of centuries-old traditions and customs. Along with the filming of local pioneers, documentaries by the great French producers of the turn of the century, Pathé and Gaumont, abound. These films contrast with written testimonies by visitors who landed on islands not yet discovered by mass tourism. The steep and rocky landscape is the perfect setting for this fictions. Majorcan productions, co-productions and amateur films, also from Menorca and Ibiza, constitute the visual testimony of the Balearic Islands prior to 1936.
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dc.relation.ispartof Rassegna Iberistica, 2020, vol. 43, num. 113
dc.rights , 2020
dc.subject.classification 79 - Diversions. Espectacles. Cinema. Teatre. Dansa. Jocs. Esports
dc.subject.classification Art
dc.subject.other 79 - Recreation. Entertainment. Games. Sport
dc.subject.other Art
dc.title La imagen de las islas Baleares en el cine anterior a 1939
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article 2024-01-19T07:33:33Z
dc.subject.keywords Historia y teoria del cine
dc.subject.keywords turismo balear
dc.subject.keywords paisaje
dc.subject.keywords Cine de los orígenes
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