Artistas trabajando bajo la dirección de Philippoteaux en The Battle of Gettysburg.

“Escalofríos en la espalda”: los panoramas y los orígenes de la recreación cinematográfica

Alison Griffiths, Trad. Pamela Gionco, Lesly Peterlini

Resumen


Traducción al español del texto, originariamente en inglés, de Alison Griffiths “'Shivers down your spine': panoramas and the origins of the cinematic reenactment”, Screen, vol. 44, n.1, 2003, pp. 1-37.

Palabras clave: traducción, Alison Griffiths, panoramas, recreación cinematográfica, cine silente

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Shivers down your spine”: panoramas and the origins of the cinematic reenactment

Abstract: Spanish translation of Alison Griffiths’ text “'Shivers down your spine': panoramas and the origins of the cinematic reenactment”, Screen, vol. 44, n.1, 2003, pp. 1-37.

Keywords: translation, Alison Griffiths, panoramas, cinematic reenactment, early cinema

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Arrepios na espinha”: panoramas e as origens da reconstituição cinematográfica

Resumo: Tradução para o espanhol do texto em inglês de Alison Griffiths'Shivers down your spine': panoramas and the origins of the cinematic reenactment”, Screen, vol. 44, n.1, 2003, pp. 1-37.

Palavras-chave: tradução, Alison Griffiths, panoramas, reconstituição cinematográfica, cinema dos inícios.

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Fecha de recepción: 11 de octubre de 2020

Fecha de aceptación: 19 de diciembre de 2020


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