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Interviews to Guillermo Orozco e Luis Alfonso Albornoz

15/01/2016

The Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais has uploaded to its Vimeo Channel two new interviews to experts within the eDCINEMA research project. In this case the interviewees are Guillermo Orozco and Luis Alfonso Albornoz. Orozco is Professor at University of Guadalajara (México). Albornoz is Professor in the Department of Journalism and Audiovisual Communication at the Carlos III University of Madrid and Head of the R+D Project ‘Diversidad Audiovisual’ www.diversidadaudiovisual.org. In these intervewes, they approach topics related to GEA’s proyect, as the standarization of contents, the effect of technologic changes or linguistic variants, with the objective to explore the relation between cinema and diversity policies.


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