Revista Mediterránea de Comunicación

El cine negro español: del spanish noir al policiaco actual [Reseña]

Daniel Maldonado-Casas

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/MEDCOM000007

Resumen

The Spanish black cinema: from the Spanish noir to the present police one. It proposes a trip from the background of the Spanish black cinema - 1940s - to the present. The play, broken into 6 chapters - actually 8, although the last two are considered annexes with encyclopedic functions - goes chronologically through the evolution of the gender, making notes about his most relevant feature films and directors. The author guides us through comments and personal opinions, that are based in both critics from professionals of the time - Méndez Leite or Fernandez Santos - and declarations from the filmmakers themselves - from Rovira Beleta to Enrique Urbizu.


Palabras clave

black cinema; spanish black cinema; noir; police cinema; criminal cinema

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Referencias

Medina, E. (2000). Cine negro y policíaco español de los años 50. Barcelona: Laertes

Luque Carreras, J.A. (2015). El cine negro en español. Madrid: T&B Editores.

Sánchez Barba, F. (2007). Brumas del franquismo. El auge del cine negro español (1950-1965). Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona. Colección Libros Film-Historia.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/MEDCOM000007





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