Portrayal of the journalist in Spanish cinema from 1990 to 2010

Representación del periodista en el cine español desde 1990 hasta 2010

doxa.comunicación | 29, pp. 139-159 | 139

July-December of 2019

ISSN: 1696-019X / e-ISSN: 2386-3978

How to cite this article:

San José de la Rosa, C., Miguel Borrás, M. and Gil Torres, A. (2019). Portrayal of the journalist in Spanish cinema from 1990 to 2010. Doxa Comunicación, 29, pp. 139-159.

https://doi.org/10.31921/doxacom.n29a7

Cristina San José de la Rosa. She has a degree in Information Sciences (Pontifical University of Salamanca) and a degree in Hispanic Philology (University of Salamanca and the National University of Distance Education (UNED). Her professional career spans 22 years in El Norte de Castilla de Valladolid, Antena 3 Castilla y León, and El Mundo de Castilla y León. In 2006 was awarded the Journalism Award of Valladolid Province. Her doctoral thesis on journalism in Spanish cinema was written in 2017, and her lines of research are related to the presence of journalists in films and cinematic journalism. Since 2013, she has been a professor of Journalistic Writing, Interpretative Journalistic Genres, Cultural Journalism, and Information Theories in the Journalism Degree at the University of Valladolid. She has collaborated to the Culture sections of El Mundo de Castilla y León, in the digital newspaper Tribuna de Valladolid, and in Radio Televisión Castilla y León.

Universidad de Valladolid, España

cristina.sanjose@uva.es

ORCID: 0000-0001-6891-3170

Mercedes Miguel Borrás. She holds a PhD in Audiovisual Communication (Complutense University of Madrid). She is an associate member of the Film Academy in addition to an Associate Professor (University of Valladolid). Her line of research is focused on the poetics of cinema and realism. Her latest publications are related to the following topics: Ken Loach: la voz de los desheredados. Señas de identidad de un cineasta (2018); El cortometraje de ficción español como herramienta de representación de las adicciones sociales: “Exprés” (2018); El cine como verdad rev(b)elada (2015); Volver a la esencia del cine. Hacia una revisión de sus formas expresivas (2013); El cine como escritura: un acercamiento a la obra de Buñuel y Truffaut a través de” Viridiana” y “Los cuatrocientos golpes” (2015) and La poética en el cine según Mario Brenta (2016).

Universidad de Valladolid, España

mercedes.miguel@uva.es

ORCID: 0000-0001-7736-1080

Alicia Gil Torres. Assistant Professor in Journalism at the University of Valladolid. She is a commu-nication consultant and provides advice to political parties, trade unions and companies. Her latest position was Cabinet Director of the State Secretariat of España Global (MAUEC), where she worked on the production of a national narrative to address the threats of disinformation in the framework of the so-called “Catalonian Independence Process”. As a researcher, she has participated in a large number of funded projects and currently belongs to the research group Politainment en el entorno de la postverdad: nuevas narrativas, clickbait y gamification, at the University of Valladolid.

Universidad de Valladolid, España

alicia.gil@uva.es

ORCID: 0000-0002-8042-2208