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Bibliography: Animals, Landscapes and Violence in Contemporary Latin American Film

  • Andermann, Jens. 2014. ‘Exhausted Landscapes: Reframing the Rural in Recent Argentine and Brazilian Films’. Cinema Journal 53 (2): 50-70.
  • Andermann, Jens. 2018. Tierras en trance: arte y naturaleza después del paisaje. Santiago de Chile: Ediciones Metales Pesados.
  • Bollington, Lucy. 2017. ‘“The Open Whole”: Human-Non-human Relationality in Carlos Reygadas’ Post Tenebras Lux’. Bulletin of Spanish Visual Studies 1 (1), ‘Animals in Visual Hispanism’, eds. Jo Evans and Sarah Wright: 139-160.
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  • De los Ríos, Valeria. 2015. ‘Look(ing) at the Animals: The Presence of the Animal in Contemporary Southern Cone Cinema and in Carlos Busqued’s Bajo este sol tremendo’. Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 24 (1): 33–46.
  • De Luca, Tiago. 2015. ‘Natural Views: Animals, Contingency and Death in Carlos Reygadas’ Japón and Lisandro Alonso’s Los muertos’. In Tiago de Luca and Nuno Barradas Jorge (eds). Slow Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
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  • Kohn, Eduardo. 2013. How Forests Think: Toward an Anthropology Beyond the Human. Berkeley: University of California Press.
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  • Lippit, Akira Mizuta. 2002. ‘The Death of an Animal’. Film Quarterly 56 (1): 9-22.
  • Martin, Deborah. 2016. The Cinema of Lucrecia Martel. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
  • McMahon, Laura. 2015. ‘Introduction’ to Screen Animals Dossier, ed. Laura McMahon, Screen (56)1: 81-87.
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  • Wolfe, Cary. 2013. Before the Law: Humans and Other Animals in a Biopolitical Frame. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.