|Title:||Yoyes and extranjeras by helena taberna, stories of women, displacement and belonging||Authors:||Costa Villaverde, Elisa Isabel||UNESCO Clasification:||55 Historia||Keywords:||Spanish women’s
|Issue Date:||2007||Publisher:||1741-1548||Journal:||Studies in European Cinema||Abstract:||Yoyes (2000), the fictionalised biography of a former member of the terrorist band ETA, and Extranjeras [Foreign Women] (2003), a documentary offering an insight into the lives of female immigrants living in Madrid, are the two most recent works by Navarrese film-maker Helena Taberna. In them, Taberna directs attention to three major issues of capital importance in both the cinematic medium and the socio-political context of the Spain of today: women's cinema, the subject of terrorism and the phenomenon of immigration. This article examines a thread of common themes that consists of the presence of women and their stories of displacement and belonging.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/47797||ISSN:||1741-1548||DOI:||10.1386/seci.4.2.85_1||Source:||Studies in European Cinema[ISSN 1741-1548],v. 4, p. 85-97|
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