Date of Publication
Bachelor of Arts Major in Communication Arts
College of Liberal Arts
Awarded as best thesis, 2006
Vicente Victor Emmanuel G. Groyon, III
Defense Panel Member
Elvert De la Cruz Bañares
Edward S. Cabagnot
Judy Freya Q. Sibayan
The postmodern condition necessitated a re-evaluation of the values and practices of the world structure and how it gains its legitimacy. The arts confronted this problem through reflexibility in literature and film, Metafiction and Counter-Cinema respectively. But counter-cinema has its limits compared to Metafiction: it only showed metafictional tendencies. The proponents having found a lack of discourse on the Metafictional film motivated the problem this paper and consequently, the film addressed: to consolidate the mode of narrative of Counter-Cinema and the narrative mode of Metafiction in literature by providing a definition for a Metafictional film and describing a mode of narrative.
Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F Henry Sy Sr. Hall
27,  leaves ; 28 cm.
Alicer, N., Crisologo, C., & Lañas, B. (2006). Doble Vista. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_honors/269