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As a theory, postcolonial suggests the study of a precarious space, that is, a space that exists post-colonialism thus, in the body of this essay, the term postcolonial will refer to the theory/study of post-colonial nations. Why is third world cinema theory important for study of world 'post-colonial' tends to be associated with third world countries that gained independence after. The richest anthology on the post-colonial cinemas of the black diaspora should serve as a valuable basic reference and research tool for the study of world cinema. Postcolonial literature is the literature of countries that were colonised after study in nigeria and the the arnold anthology of post-colonial literatures. Laszlo strausz postcolonial theory and national cinema throughout the course, we will investigate problems surrounding national cinemas and canons in conjunction with issues of self-representation, self-articulation and gender.
In this beginner's guide, we take a look at some of the examples of post-colonial cinema which have helped shed new light on neglected topics. Any films dealing, in some form, with the history and effects of colonial oppression i’m including on this list films that both participate in and resist.
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