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Ander eta Yul. Una anomalía en la producción cinematográfica vasca

SILES OJEDA, Begoña (2001) Ander eta Yul. Una anomalía en la producción cinematográfica vasca. Ikusgaiak. Cuadernos de Cinematografía (5). pp. 65-77.

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Abstract

One could say quite forcefully that the film Ander eta Yul by Ana Díez is an anomaly in Basque cinematographic production. Yes, Ander eta Yul is the first fiction film directed by a woman director within the Basque cinematographic industry from its very origins. Together with Ana Díez, we can only name another two women directors of Basque origin that, throughout the history of Basque cinema, have placed themselves behind a camera to direct: Arantxa Lazcano, Mirentxu Purroy and Helena Taberna. The story in Ander eta Yul is, first of all, an announced death. All the elements of the discourse and of the story speak both about the Ander's real death, and Yul's symbolic death. And this is so, because Ander eta Yul is a story without a future, and only the past and the present have a presence in this story, in which the 'other one', with his differences, must be annulled.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Díez, Ana; Taberna Aierra, Helena; Lazcano, Arantxa; Purroy Ferrer, Mirentxu; Cinematografía
Subjects:Sciences of Arts and Letters > Other artistic specialities
ID Code:6848
Last Modified:11 May 2011 16:40
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