Dialogues of recreation between literature and cinema: the Erendidas of the verb and the image in motion
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The main object of study assumed in this paper are the media and semiotic dialogues of the relationship literature-cinema having cultural contexts as background. From multiple factors and study models which include cinema, the aim is to analyze the movement of the creative process between the works La increible y triste historia de la candida Erendira y su abuela desalmada (1972) by Garcia Marquez and the film Erendira (1983) by Ruy Guerra. In addition to looking after a relationship of analysis in which the film is only based on the story, it is sought to think how the cultural contexts of the artists and the potential representatives of the media resignify readings that are materialized by creating an interpenetration of the artistic discourses. Therefore, this paper strives to present cross-readings that make it possible to understand treatments of cultural issues in the story from the point of view of cinematographic resources and the same in reverse.