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CINEJ Cinema Journal 7 (1) 2018

Editor: Bengisu Bayrak

You can download the latest issue of CINEJ Cinema Journal from here:

Murat Akser

Halit Refig's I Lost My Heart to a Turk: Woman, Islam and Modernity in Turkish Cinema

Zafer Parlak, Mehmet Işık

Presentation of Nuri Bilge Ceylan and his Cinema in the Turkish Media

Selma Köksal

Apocalypse at Painting to Cinema: The end of Western Civilization and Hegemony

Ayla Kanbur

From Box Office to Memory: Telling Stories is not an Innocent Act

Caio Augusto Camargo Bogoni, Renate B. Michel

Interpersonal Relations as a Tool to Film Directing

Naveen Mishra

What’s in the Backdrop: Representation of Landscape in Bollywood Cinema

Janet Barış

Order, Disobedience and Power in Kieslowski’s Dekalog

Richard Andrew Voeltz

The Black Tent (1956) and Bengazi (1955): The Image of Arabs in Two post-Empire Journeys into the Deserts of Libya

Emilie Herbert

Violence in the Postcolonial Ghetto: Ngozi Onwurah's Welcome II the Terrordome (1994)

Muhammad Muhsin Ibrahim, Aliyu Yakubu Yusuf

Going Beyond Boundaries: There is a Way and the Use of English Medium in Hausa Film Industry

Özlem Denli

Political Claustrophobia in Lars von Trier’s Europa and America Trilogies

Elif Kahraman Dönmez

Let’s Make it American: American Remakes of the British Films

Book Reviews

Jeanine Pfahlert

Film and Television Genres of the Late Soviet Era

Patrick Adamson

Comic Venus: Women and Comedy in American Silent Film

Sarah Lonsdale

The War that Won't Die: The Spanish Civil War in Cinema

James Hodgson

Queer Theory and Brokeback Mountain

Maria Korolkova

Global Cinematic Cities: New Landscape of Film and Media


Murat Akser, Ph.D.
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School of Arts and Humanities
Ulster University, Magee campus
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