The Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East
By (author) Gonul Donmez-Colin
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Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East by Gonul Donmez-Colin
Book Description"The Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East" contains twenty-four essays, each concerning an individual film, with a geographical scope that runs from Morocco all the way to Iran. The volume explores not just established film cultures such as those of Turkey and Israel, but also nascent cinemas such as "Palestine" and "Syria". Some of the selected films include "Cairo Station" (Egypt, 1958), "The Runner" (Iran, 1989), "Once Upon a Time, Beirut" (Lebanon, 1994), "Ten" (Iran, 2002) and "Uzak" (Turkey, 2003). With a preface by the Canne Palmes d'Or-winning director Abbas Kiarostami, "The Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East" unveils a diverse region of filmmaking of interest to all consumers of global cinema.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781905674107
(231mm x 189mm x 21mm)
Imprint: Wallflower Press
Publisher: Wallflower Press
Publish Date: 4-Jun-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Gonul Donmez-Colin
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A collection of several interviews with filmmakers, whose works represent the trends in the film industries of their respective countries. Preceding the interviews, the author provides an introduction delineating historical information regarding the film industries of the countries included.
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Author Biography - Gonul Donmez-Colin
Gonul Donmez-Colin is a writer, researcher and lecturer. Among her books in English are Women, Islam and Cinema (2004) and Turkish Cinema and Politics of Identity (forthcoming 2007). She has been a regular contributor to Le Monde Diplomatique, Central Asian Survey, Cinemaya Asian Film Quarterly, and the Turkish national daily, Cumhuriyet.
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