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  • ISBN 1848855273
  • ISBN13 978-1848855274
  • Language English
  • Author Christopher Gow
  • Publisher I.B.Tauris (August 15, 2011)
  • Pages 240
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  • Subcategory Humanities
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The New Iranian Cinema has had a fascinating success story in world cinema and critics have hailed Iranian films as alternatives to the homogenizing global influence of mainstream Hollywood cinema. Drawing on seminal ideas of “art cinema,” Christopher Gow examines how the success of this cinema and the films of Abbas Kiarostami, its foremost proponent, can be accounted for by the extent to which they fit into a pre-established notion of art cinema. Gow also expands understanding of post-revolutionary Iranian cinema by examining the links between the New Iranian Cinema and émigré Iranian filmmaking, from the uncompromising German films of Sohrab Shahid Saless, to Vadim Perlman's exploration of the Iranian experience of exile in the Oscar-nominated House of Sand and Fog. He reveals how this large and dispersed émigré Iranian cinema challenges our understanding of New Iranian Cinema itself and of national cinema in general.

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PUTTING CINEMATIC DIRT IN ITS PLACE - Trash: African Cinema from Below. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2013. Existing evidence and documents reveals significant difference in amount. and quality of artistic cinema products before and after revolutionary. The difference is a considerable growth in these products during 1980s and 1990s and remarkable international success for Iranian artistic cinema as well.

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The New Iranian Cinema has had a fascinating success story in world cinema and critics have hailed Iranian films as.

The New Iranian Cinema has had a fascinating success story in world cinema and critics have hailed Iranian films as alternatives to the homogenising global influence of mainstream Hollywood cinema.

Conclusion: Iranian cinema in long shot. Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-224), filmography, and index. International library of Iranian studies - 39, International library of Iranian studies - 39. Classifications.

Gow, Christopher, From Iran to Hollywood and Some Places in-Between: Reframing Post-Revolutionary Iranian Cinema, I. B. Tauris, 2011. Summary: An outsider’s view of domestic and émigré Iranian cinemas, with the thesis that the new post-revolutionary Iranian cinema is in fact a continuation of rich filmmaking traditions that were merely interrupted by the Islamic Revolution. Cinema has always been a puzzle in Iran. Is a film made by Iranians living in Germany still part of Iranian cinema? How does the question of exile vs. diaspora (as analyzed by Hamid Naficy; p. 71) figure in this regard?

Reframing Post-revolutionary Iranian Cinema

Reframing Post-revolutionary Iranian Cinema. by Christopher Gow. ebook. Iranian cinema has had one of the most fascinating success stories in world cinema over the last twenty years, with critics in Europe and North America hailing it as an alternative to the homogenising global influence of mainstream Hollywood cinema. The book reveals how this large and dispersed émigré Iranian cinema challenges our understanding of New Iranian Cinema itself, as well as concepts of national cinema more generally.

Christopher Gow. The New Iranian Cinema has had a fascinating success story in world cinema and critics have hailed Iranian films as alternatives to the homogenising global influence of mainstream Hollywood cinema

Christopher Gow. The New Iranian Cinema has had a fascinating success story in world cinema and critics have hailed Iranian films as alternatives to the homogenising global influence of mainstream Hollywood cinema.

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International library of Iranian studies ; 33. Subjects: Motion pictures Iran History 20th century. Gender in Cuban cinema from the modern to the postmodern, by: Baron, Guy. Published: (2011). From Iran to Hollywood and some places in-between reframing post-revolutionary Iranian cinema, by: Gow, Christopher. Consuming visions : cinema, writing, and modernity in Rio de Janeiro, by: Conde, Maite, 1971- Published: (2012). Consuming visions cinema, writing, and modernity in Rio de Janeiro, by: Conde, Maite, 1971- Published: (2012).