I am happy to announce that New Cinema, New Media: Reinventing Turkish Cinema is out now.
Special thanks to my colleagues editors (Deniz Bayrakdar and Melis Oguz), to Elisabeth Salverda for proofreading,
to all the contributors and to all the people from Cambridge Scholars Publishing who made this possible.
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The book can be found here
PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK
This volume covers approaches concerning the relationship between innovation in cinema and the politics of filmmaking in new cinema practices in Turkey. The contributors focus on historiography, genres, mainstream and art cinema production, and transnational cinema, as well as changing narratives and identities. The new cinema movement in Turkey is here analysed from perspectives of new technologies, new production and distribution structures, the impact of film training, the televisual industry, new actors in commercial and art cinema, as well as the impact of the film festival circuit. Additionally, recurring themes of memory, trauma, and identity are dealt with from multidisciplinary angles. The volume covers in depth analyses of the internationally renowned filmmakers Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Fatih Akin, Semih Kaplanoglu, Reha Erdem, Zeki Demirkubuz, Yesim Ustaoglu and Dervis Zaim. A timely study on the centenary of Turkish cinema in 2014, students of Middle Eastern Studies, Film Studies, Cultural Studies, Urban Studies, Gender studies, and identity studies will find this volume extremely relevant to their work.
1. A World That Never Was: Old Special Effects, New Eyes
2. Flaherty, Fatty Arbuckle and the Invisible Bride: Nanook of the North
and the Origins of Documentary
3. The Radical Novelty of Robin Woods Political Film Criticism
4. Towards a New Historiography of Turkish Cinema
5. The Existential Boundaries of Nuri Bilge Ceylans Cinema:
In the Beginning Was the Father: Why Papa?
6. The Concept of National Cinema and the New Turkish Cinema
7. Realism alla Turca: Valley of the Wolves
8. The Old and the New Ways of Kurdish Filmmaking in Turkey:
Potentials and Risks
9. New Documentary, New Cinema and New Media
10. Why do New Turkish Films End by the Sea?
Last Scenes in Contemporary German/Turkish Cinema
11. Do Ones Dreams Become Smaller As One Becomes Bigger?:
Memory, Trauma and the Child in Turkish Cinema
12. Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction: A New Genre in Turkish Cinema?
13. Arm-wrestling a Superpower: Representations of the United States
and Americans in Turkish Films
14. A New Look at Film Reception: Summer Theatres
15. International Film Festivals: A Cinema Struggling to Exist
between New Resources and New Dependencies
16. Thinking Out Loud: On the Adaptations of Hurmuz with 7 Husbands
17. Cinema of Thresholds, Without Gravity, Under Urgent Times:
Distant Voices, Still Lives
Tül Akbal Süalp
18. Inbetweenness as a Mode of Resistance in Reha Erdems Cinema
19. Spatial Realism: From Urban to Rural
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