chapter  8
between rocks and hard places: the interstitial mode ofproduction in exilic cinema
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A defining characteristic of what I have called the "accented style" of exilic and diasporic cinema is the mode of production, distribution, and consumption of this cinema (referred to as "mode of production" for convenience). This mode of film production takes a number of forms; chief among them the interstitial and collective types. In this chapter I will deal with the interstitial category alone.