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This article analyzes the enunciative devices of the contemporary essay film in Spain. It studies the most significant works, analyzing their textual enunciative devices and their different functions: voice-over, voice-in, subtitles, intertitles, and the disappearance of the text. It also analyzes the relationship between these devices and intermedial forms (the diary, the letter, the self-portrait), audio-visual materials (the author’s own filming, found footage, animation, photography, painting, etc.) and the rhetorical elements used (juxtaposition, black image, fade, overprint, deceleration, split screen, etc.). It concludes that the contemporary Spanish essay film generates a progressive deconstruction of essayistic subjectivity through procedures associated with the enunciative devices analyzed—fictionalization, subtraction, deautomatization, objectification, deintensification, decentering and erasure—which oscillate between the poles of rational and emotional reflection.
Dispositivos de enunciación del film-ensayo - Lourdes Monterrubio - Accepted Manuscript.pdf
Enuniciatve Devices of the Contemporary Spanish Essay Film (ACCEPTED MANUSCRIPT) - Lourdes Monterrubio Ibáñez.pdf