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Portuguese cinema in the speech of political power

Portuguese cinema in the speech of political power
Dictionary about portuguese cinematographic legislation (1896-1974)

Authors: Jorge Seabra
Language: Portuguese
ISBN: 978-989-26-1194-5
Digital ISBN: 978-989-26-1195-2
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14195/978-989-26-1195-2
Publisher: Coimbra University Press
Edition: 1.st
Date: February 2017
Size: 154 mm x 220 mm
N.º Pages: 379

Portuguese cinema in the speech of political power is a dictionary about portuguese cinematografic legislation (1896-1974), since the existence of moving images in Portugal (1896), till 1974, passing through three political regims, wich are the end of Constitutional Monarchy (1896-1910), the First Republic (1910-1926), and The New State (1933-1974). The dictionary contains 123 entries, which are based on six global subjects: (1) The political power and inspective organs (11 entries); (2) The cinema between education and propaganda (12 entries); (3) Criteria, process and organs of censorship (14 entries); (4) The industry, the economic agents and the State (38 entries); (5) The cinematographic show (31 entries); (6) The professional and the sector organs (17 entries). Portuguese cinema in the speech of political power is the first sistematic research about the way as political powers rule the cinematographic activity in Portugal, through a sistematic and continuous source as legislation is, that is understood as a speech through which political power expresses his normative will.
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