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Calidad Revistas Científicas Españolas
VOL.
16(2)/
2003
Author / Susana TORRADO MORALES Doctora en Comunicación. Profesora visitante de la Universidad de Montevideo
Article / The bibliographical repertories on filmes: their chronological evolution

Abstract /

The bibliographical repertoires are secondary documents that help find the necessary information in order to get to know a certain subject. The bibliographies of the seventh art started back in the fourties and fifties in Italy, United States and Germany. The firsts film bibliographies in Spain appeared in the fourties in magazines such as “Primer Plano”, “Gaceta de la prensa Española” or “Bibliografía Hispánica”. This article shows a chronological evolution among the different attempts to compile everything that has been written worldwide about cinema in order to stop and analize in depth the bibliographical repertoires of cinema in Spain since the firsts works of Rodríguez Aragón and Gómez Mesa until the last documental tries of Alonso López Yepes and Juan Delgado Casado.

Keywords /

Bibliographical Repertories, Cinematography, Bibliography, Documentation

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