Streaming Minority Languages: The Case of Basque Language Cinema on Netflix

@inproceedings{Agirre2021StreamingML,
  title={Streaming Minority Languages: The Case of Basque Language Cinema on Netflix},
  author={Katixa Agirre},
  year={2021}
}
El presente artículo se centra en cómo el nuevo cine en euskera se está adaptando a las plataformas de streaming, tomando el caso de las tres películas presentes en Netflix hoy en día: Loreak (2014), Handia (2017) y Errementari (2018). Primero se analiza Netflix y su estrategia de branding en torno a la diversidad, y cómo esta puede también entenderse como diversidad cultural y lingüística. Después se analiza el proceso por el que estos tres films en euskera han llegado a la plataforma de… 

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