[1] Emilio Salomón is a Peruvian producer with whom I worked on several movies during the 1980s. He communicated this information to me in a personal conversation about the situation of cinema law in Peru.[return to page 1 of essay]

[2] The person who uploaded the clip to YouTube indicates release dateas 1999. This is erroneous. The film was produced throughout 1999, and released in 2000.

[3] Luis Figueroa is a Peruvian filmmaker, member of the Cine Club Cuzco, and the School of Cuzco Cinema during the 1950s and 1970s.

[4] Alberto Duran is a Peruvian filmmaker involved in pressing the government for a new film law. He is the author of Peruvian film Alias la Gringa among several other features.

[5] This quote comes from Cinema Novo, an article written by Carlos Diegues and published in Randal Johnson and Robert Stam (1982), Brazilian Cinema. The article has been reprinted in Michael Martin's (1997) New Latin American Cinema.


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