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Iordanova, Dina

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Cinema at the periphery by Project Muse( )

14 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 1,627 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From Iceland to Iran, from Singapore to Scotland, a growing intellectual and cultural wave of production is taking cinema beyond the borders of its place of origin - exploring faraway places, interacting with barely known peoples, and making new localities imaginable. In these films, previously entrenched spatial divisions no longer function as firmly fixed grid coordinates, the hierarchical position of place as 'center' is subverted, and new forms of representation become possible. In Cinema at the Periphery, editors Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, and Belén Vidal assemble criticism that explores issues of the periphery, including questions of transnationality, place, space, passage, and migration. Cinema at the Periphery examines the periphery in terms of locations, practices, methods, and themes. It includes geographic case studies of small national cinemas located at the global margins, like New Zealand and Scotland, but also of filmmaking that comes from peripheral cultures, like Palestinian 'stateless' cinema, Australian Aboriginal films, and cinema from Quebec. Therefore, the volume is divided into two key areas: industries and markets on the one hand, and identities and histories on the other. Yet as a whole, the contributors illustrate that the concept of 'periphery' is not fixed but is always changing according to patterns of industry, ideology, and taste. Cinema at the Periphery highlights the inextricable interrelationship that exists between production modes and circulation channels and the emerging narratives of histories and identities they enable. In the present era of globalization, this timely examination of the periphery will interest teachers and students of film and media studies
Ivanovo detstvo = Ivan's childhood by Andreĭ Arsenʹevich Tarkovskiĭ( Visual )

6 editions published between 1962 and 2011 in Russian and English and held by 541 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A 12-year orphan boy works for the Soviet Union's Red Army during World War II, undertaking dangerous reconnaissance missions behind enemy lines
Cinema of the other Europe : the industry and artistry of East Central European film by Dina Iordanova( Book )

13 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 429 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The BFI companion to Eastern European and Russian cinema by Rick Taylor( Book )

3 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 393 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This work is a map to the rich and varied cinema of Eastern Europe, Russia and the former USSR. It includes entries on actors and actresses, film festivals, studios, genres, film movements, directors, critics and producers and technicians
Cinema of flames : Balkan film, culture and the media by Dina Iordanova( Book )

19 editions published between 2001 and 2009 in 3 languages and held by 386 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book surveys the ... films that were made in response to the 1990's crisis in the Balkans, and in particular the Bosnian war"--Ch. 1
Emir Kusturica by Dina Iordanova( Book )

12 editions published between 1996 and 2002 in English and held by 308 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Neotpravlennoe pisʹmo( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in Russian and held by 304 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This absorbing tale of exploration and survival concerns four members of a geological expedition who are stranded in the bleak and unforgiving Siberian wilderness while on a mission to find diamonds
The cinema of the Balkans by Dina Iordanova( Book )

9 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 251 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'The Cinema Of The Balkans' contains 24 essays, each on an individual, select film from the Balkan Region. The collection highlights some of the most important films that represent the rich & diverse culture of the Balkans & reveals the stylistic & thematic affinities that characterise the region
L'aveu = Confession by Costa-Gavras( Visual )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 231 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Based on a harrowing true story, the film presents the history of an influential Czechoslovak dignitary who, in the early fifties, was abducted, imprisoned, and interrogated by fellow members of his country's Communist ruling party, their intentions vague, their methods terrifying
Sweet movie by Dušan Makavejev( Visual )

1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 226 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Miss Canada wins the contest of the "most virgin" Miss Monde 1984 and the prize is marriage to a milk industry tycoon along with his 50 billion dollars fortune. During their honeymoon, Miss Canada does not accept the "golden" penis of her husband, and with the help of black man Jeremiah Muscle, she runs away to Paris. There she meets a Latin singer, El Macho, they have intercourse in the Eiffel Tower and get stuck together. She moves to a weird anarchic community and later becomes an actress working in a chocolate advertisement. Meanwhile, the revolutionary, pedophile, and mad killer Anna Planeta makes candy in her boat while sailing through the canals of a city that seems to be Amsterdam. She meets the sailor Potemkin and they have a torrid affair. Meanwhile, she uses her candies to seduce young boys and kill her lovers. In the middle of the story, what seems to be footage of a Nazi doctor and a slaughter in a war with many dead bodies is presented. Makavejev's bizarre and pointedly satirical vision is totally uncompromising and filled with shocking images, looking at sex in all its complexities
The festival circuit( Book )

5 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 170 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The first in an annual series, the Film Festival Yearbook features articles related to the global proliferation of film festivals. This issue is focused on the dynamics of the film festival circuit, including the roles of individual festivals as nodes on this complex network and the cultural policies that shape its channels of film exhibition and distribution. This inaugural volume includes essays by Dina Iordanova, Ragan Rhyne, Janet Harbord, Charles-Clemens Rüling, Rahul Hamid, Kay Armatage, Ruby Cheung, Ma Ran, J. David Slocum, Mark Cousins, Nick Roddick, Dimitris Kerkinos, Marijke de Valck & Skadi Loist, and William Brown--Publisher website
Moving people, moving images : cinema and trafficking in the new Europe by William Brown( Book )

8 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Digital disruption : cinema moves on-line( Book )

9 editions published in 2012 in English and Italian and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nobody knows anything', said William Goldman of studio filmmaking. This statement is proving increasingly apt as we begin to survey the radical changes that digital distribution, together with the digitisation of production and exhibition, is wreaking on global film circulation. Will digital dissemination produce a massive disruption to the film industry, as it did to mail delivery services, bookselling and music distribution? Is cinema about to move on-line? 'Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves On-line' helps to make sense of what has happened in the short but turbulent history of on-line distribution. It provides a realistic assessment of the disruptions that moving from 'analogue dollars' to 'digital cents' has provoked in the film industry. Looking closely at how the majors have dealt - often unsuccessfully - with these challenges it also pays equal attention to innovations and practices outside the mainstream
Film festivals and imagined communities( Book )

7 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Du site de l'éd.: The second volume in the Film Festival Yearbook series, brings together essays about festivals that use international cinema to mediate the creation of transnational "imagined communities. There are texts about the cultural policies and funding models linked to these festivals, as well as analysis of programming practices linked to these often highly politicised events. The case studies discuss diaspora-linked festivals that take place in Vienna, San Francisco, San Sebastian, Havana, Bradford, Sahara, South Korea and London and that feature cinema from places as diverse as Nepal and Kurdistan, Africa and Latin America. The Resources section features an up-to-date bibliography on film festival scholarship and an extensive thematically-organised listing of a variety of transnational festivals
The film festival reader( Book )

7 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 70 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

What is the importance of film festivals in the context of film culture at large? What logic reigns within the film festival galaxy? Are film festivals tools of power and prestige that make or break the fate of a film? Or do they effectively seal diverse and unique cinema from the wider public whilst simultaneously professing to celebrate it? What are the key features and who are the key stakeholders of the film festival? What, if anything, is wrong with the concept of 'festival films'? What makes a good film festival good or a bad one bad? It is these and other questions that are raised and treated in the classic texts included in this collection. Festivals, for so long a key component of film culture, have been ignored in film studies scholarship that is still dominated by textual approaches. They were neither consistently discussed in the public domain nor were they included in teaching related to film history. This is now rapidly changing. Nowadays, we see a proliferation of concrete and general studies on film festivals and the emergence of a fuller understanding of the actual dynamics of film culture. It is in this context that we offer a representative anthology that collects some of the important texts that have fostered the thinking on festivals so far.--
Film festivals and activism( Book )

6 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 70 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Du site de l'éd.: Film festivals not only build markets and audiences, they also provide platforms for those advocating for change, and in recent years have been playing an increasing role in social justice movements and campaigns. Bringing together the perspectives of scholars, programmers, filmmakers and activists, Film Festivals and Activism provides essential insight into the nature, function and practice of activist film festivals. With interviews, conceptual overviews, case studies, histories, bibliographies, and tables of festivals around the world, this volume offers an invaluable resource for scholars and practitioners alike
Film festivals and East Asia( Book )

6 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Du site de l'éd.: The most exciting developments in world cinema over the past two decades have been linked to East Asian countries such as China, Japan and South Korea. Films made in East Asia triumph at festivals around the globe. Booming film markets are attached to the most important film festivals in Hong Kong, Pusan, Tokyo and Shanghai. The West is only just beginning to wake up to the importance of these film festivals to global film distribution. In their latest volume, Film Festivals and East Asia (2011), scholars from the University of St. Andrews chart cutting-edge developments in global film. Prof. Dina Iordanova has stated: 'In opening up debates on the worldwide network of film festivals we are laying necessary groundwork for the understanding of global film circulation.' This third volume in the Film Festival Yearbook series explores a rapidly expanding but little-studied area in film festival - film festivals in East Asia. The book contains a series of contextual essays and case studies, and a resources section comprising four original interviews with insiders from the most important Asian film festivals, a festival location map, festival listings and East Asian film festival studies-related bibliographies. Contributors include James Bell, Birgit Beumers, Felicia Chan, Yun-hua Chen, Ruby Cheung, Dave Chua, Marijke de Valck, Alex Fischer, Chris Fujiwara, Dina Iordanova, Adam Knee, Kong Rithdee, Sangjoon Lee, Seunghee Lee, Skadi Loist, Adrian Martin, Abé Mark Nornes, Ragan Rhyne, Julian Stringer and Tom Vick
Cinemas of Paris( Book )

4 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Paris, more than any other city on earth, offers a feast for cinema-goers. Cinema's place among the arts is special and far superior to that found anywhere else. The sheer number and variety of theatres dedicated to the diversity of the cinematic art and its pleasures, ensure an enduring festive spirit. Cineastes and cinephiles from the world over gather in Paris to indulge their appetites for film
Cinémas de Paris( Book )

4 editions published in 2017 in French and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les étrangers le savent mieux que les Français : Paris offre une quantité, une diversité et une qualité d'accès au cinéma sans égal dans le monde-- sans même rien d'approchant où que ce soit. Dans cette ville, le cinéma possède un statut particulier, il y est plus vénéré que partout ailleurs. C'est dans les salles obscures qu'a lieu la véritable rencontre entre les spectateurs et les films. Paris, qui compte près de 90 cinémas et 400 écrans, est une terre d'accueil unique pour la diffusion d'œuvres originales, comme en témoignent les réalisateurs du monde entier qui ont souhaité apporter de courtes contributions à cet ouvrage
Film festivals and the Middle East( Book )

4 editions published in 2014 in English and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Du site de l'éd.: The Film Festival Yearbooks have, by and large, been devoted to theoretical and conceptual issues. With this new installment, we go back to the format of FFY3, and focus on a geographical area this time we focus on the Middle East. The Middle East in the title of this book is a diverse, varied, multiple and contested area. It is not an area that can be regarded as one or united . And indeed, we acknowledge that in our coverage we somewhat stretch the concept. This allows us to test the scope of a regional consciousness related to a sequence of associated lands that are not usually referenced by a single term. By investigating the film culture and the respective film festivals of this wider area, we reveal how a culturally-informed geopolitical scope can ultimately shape a distinct and evolving take on the world. Exploring the history and politics of film festivals that are located in non-Western territories and that are thus often influenced by distinctive ideologues and agendas permits us to not only register difference but also see the logic that shapes the diversity. These are festivals that foreground cinematic texts from lesser-known aesthetic and conceptual traditions and display them in unique contexts. The cinemas and the narratives featured here reflect the political and cultural dynamics of an area that alternates between vibrant and volatile. This book then looks in much detail at the large international and smaller national film festivals that take place in the Middle East and North Africa: their programming, audience development and event organisation. This collection of essays investigates the circuit of films, the impact of festivals and the representation of the Middle Eastern peoples, cultures and languages on international screens. This is a study of the many festivals that have shaped the cultural identities of the region in the past, as well as the new and vibrant festivals that permeate the region
 
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Cinema of the other Europe : the industry and artistry of East Central European film
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Cinema of the other Europe : the industry and artistry of East Central European filmThe BFI companion to Eastern European and Russian cinemaCinema of flames : Balkan film, culture and the mediaEmir KusturicaThe cinema of the BalkansThe festival circuitMoving people, moving images : cinema and trafficking in the new EuropeFilm festivals and imagined communitiesFilm festivals and East Asia
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Iordanova, Dina

Iordanova, Dina 1960-

Дина Йорданова

Languages
English (126)

French (5)

Russian (5)

Turkish (1)

Italian (1)

Dutch (1)