European cinema in the languages of stateless and small nations
This article deals with the recent incorporation within the field of academic reflection bearing a variety of terms – the cinema of small nations, identity, in minority/minorised languages; the reconceptualisation of the term national cinema, which is symptomatic of the multiplicity of practices of surviving languages; and a discussion of EU policy on two fronts, linguistic and film. Method. This point relates to measures dealing with original version and original version with subtitles and the difficult political transformation in cultural, identity and ideological issues, forged over long periods, which exceed the constitution of the European Union. The way in which they are handled politically, in the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, or in a presentation by the Committee on Culture and Education to the European Parliament, is limited and paradoxical. Results and Discussion. Finally, we will contrast EU policy with recent institutional policies in Galicia, Wales and Finland.
Financing Entity: Ministerio de Economía e CompetitividadeStart Date: 31/12/2013End Date: 31/12/2015I.P.: Margarita Ledo AndiónParticipating Researchers: Margarita Ledo Andión Enrique Castelló Mayo Antía López Gómez Marta Pérez Pereiro Ana Isabel Rodríguez Vázquez , Demetrio Brisset, Francisco Apillaga, José Gabriel Ferreras, Begoña Gutiérrez, Miren Manias, Mª Ángeles Martínez, Francisco Reyes, Francisco Sierra, Javier Sierra, Xosé Soengas, Mónica Valderrama Participating Entities: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad de Málaga, Universidad de Murcia, Universidad de Salamanca, Universidad de Sevilla, Universidad del País Vasco, Universidade de Vigo