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Indigenous media and the Video nas Aldeias project
Paul Henley

that these films serve to ‘mediate’, that is, both to represent and impact upon social relations, both within the groups that produced them and between those groups and outsiders. Typically, she argued, ‘indigenous media’ productions are concerned with healing the ‘ruptures in time and history’ brought about by contact with the settler states. As such, they can be both ‘assertive and conservative’ of local identities, on the one hand documenting injustices and demanding reparations, while on the other seeking to conserve a record of traditional subsistence, religious

in Beyond observation
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Ian Scott and Henry Thompson

theme, Stone and Kuznick argued that the USA was transformed by its financing of France and England during the Second World War from a debtor nation to a creditor: one that, C or po ration s in the aftermath of the war, had been changed radically. On Stone’s own evidence the picture is a complicated one. McKinley’s 1900 re-​election had demonstrated a popular appetite for an expansionist agenda, but there can be little doubt that the channelling of German war reparations back to US finance houses after the First World War played its part in the financial and

in The cinema of Oliver Stone