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It was not until the mid- s that the post-revolutionary state invested in cinema on a large scale, which led to the formation of a film industry that in the s dominated the market of the Spanish-speaking world Latin America, Spain and the United States. This period, known as the Golden Age , saw the emergence of new genres, directors with distinctive styles and a local star system that helped to assure a massive audience.

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Love of these older films has been fuelled by the state and by media companies that have promoted this film heritage through retrospectives, commercial DVD editions and constant TV reruns. The initial stage of the project has involved the formation of a multidisciplinary working group that includes film scholars, collectors, museographers, scriptwriters, architects and visual artists.

The design of these rooms will be based on both the research carried out by film historians and the proposals made by museographers and artists. In addition, there will be outdoor public exhibitions that will include installations and activities such as film screenings, a collective book with research articles that will be based on the exhibition; and a television series produced by TV UNAM using some of the research findings.

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