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Publisher: Michigan State University Press; 1 edition (March 1, 2013)
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instantly informative, comedian, and plaintive, Seeing Red—Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins is an anthology of severe stories that reexamines the ways that American Indians have regularly been portrayed in movie. From George B. Seitz’s 1925 The Vanishing American to Rick Schroder’s 2004 Black Cloud, those 36 studies via well-liked students of yankee Indian reviews are obtainable, own, intimate, and usually autobiographic. Seeing Red—Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins deals indispensible views from American Indian cultures to foreground the dramatic, often ridiculous distinction among the studies of local peoples and their depiction in movie. by means of declaring and poking enjoyable on the dominant ideologies and perpetuation of stereotypes of local americans in Hollywood, the publication provides readers the facility to acknowledge either sturdy filmmaking and the hazards of misrepresenting aboriginal peoples. The anthology bargains a style to historicize and contextualize cinematic representations spanning the blatantly racist, to the well-intentioned, to newer self sustaining productions. Seeing pink is a special collaboration by means of students in American Indian reviews that attracts at the stereotypical representations of the prior to indicate methods of seeing American Indians and indigenous peoples extra basically within the twenty-first century.