Mexican Golden Age Cinema in Tito's Yugoslavia

  title={Mexican Golden Age Cinema in Tito's Yugoslavia},
  author={Robert McKee Irwin},
  journal={The Global South},
  pages={151 - 166}
  • R. Irwin
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • The Global South
This article recounts the astonishing success of Mexican Golden Age film in Yugoslavia in the early 1950s through a case study of the reception of Emilio "el Indio" Fernández's Un día de vida, noting that globalization's most unexpected south-to-south flows have been in place since the earliest years of the cultural industries' establishment in the Global South, in many ways laying the groundwork for the greater triumphs of the contemporary telenovela industries throughout the Global South… Expand
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