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Mapping female subjectivity for the turn of the millennium

). ——20 nuevos directores del cine español ( Madrid : Alianza , 1999 ). Kofman , E. , A. Phizacklea , P. Raghuram , R. Sales . Gender and International Migration in Europe: Employment, Welfare and Politics ( London and New York : Routledge , 2000 ). Konstantarakos , M. Spaces in European Cinema ( Exeter and Portland, OR

in Hispanic and Lusophone women filmmakers

soon produced its own amusing local version to illustrate staffing needs within the newly formed National Health Service. 25 Service Partners portrays hospital care and staff working in a locality where pending international migration had yet to make any visible impact. Indeed, racial concerns had no place in a filming location where, according to cine club historians, the presiding matron disapproved of the plot involving a romance developing

in Amateur film