The article focuses on the National Cinema category, which is applied to a grouping of a nation-state's film output in a particular period. Several factors that have affected the certainties of both the notions of nations and of national cinemas during the 1990s include corporate globalization, political upheavals, population displacements and technological innovations. Other critical categories of cinemas are the Accented Cinemas, Third Cinema, Postcolonial Cinema, World Cinema and Global Cinema.
|Journal||Early Popular Visual Culture|
|State||Published - Sep 2008|