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The Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East (24 Frames)

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The Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East contains twenty-four essays, each concerning an individual film from Morocco all the way to Iran. The volume explores not only the established film cultures of Turkey, Egypt, and Israel, but also the nascent cinemas of Palestine and : Paperback.

The Cinema of North Africa and the Middle East contains twenty-four essays, each concerning an individual film from Morocco all the way to Iran. The volume explores not only the established film cultures of Turkey, Egypt, and Israel, but also the nascent cinemas of Palestine and Syria.

Featuring hundreds of striking film stills and unique graphic materials such as storyboards and posters, this book brings alive on the page a diverse and vibrant cinema culture. Films made in this region have maturity and stand alongside some of the finest cinema in the world.

This book is Format: Hardcover. 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 : The cinema of North Africa and the Middle East.

[Gönül Dönmez-Colin; Abbas Kiarostami;] -- "Twenty-four essays on individual selected films, many by scholars and writers based in the region.

It explores established film cultures such as those of Turkey and Iran, and also nascent cinemas. Film in the Middle East and North Africa: Creative Dissidence Paperback – Novem by Josef Gugler (Editor)Format: Paperback. The cinema of North Africa and the Middle East by Gönül Dönmez-Colin ; [preface by Abbas Kiarostami] Call Number: Baker/Berry PN A35 C ISBN: Author: Ali Houissa.

The Cinema, the Middle East, and the Transnational: Panel brings together leading curators, producers, filmmakers, and scholars from the Middle East and the US to explore the present state of Arab/Middle Eastern cinema, the emergence of transnational trends, and prospects for the conference brings together a transnational array of leading scholars to engage and develop Author: Ali Houissa.

Synopsis "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".4/5(1).

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The Arab whodunnit: crime fiction makes a comeback in the Middle East now showing in cinemas across Egypt, is one of many unsentimental reflections. Middle East and North Africa Author: Jonathan Guyer.

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