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Beyond Casablanca : M.A. Tazi and the adventure of Moroccan cinema

Author: Kevin Dwyer
Publisher: Bloomington : Indiana U.P., 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Takes a fascinating journey through the world of Moroccan cinema.

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Named Person: Mohamed Abderrahman Tazi; Mohamed Abderrahman Tazi
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Dwyer
ISBN: 025334462X 9780253344625 0253217199 9780253217196
OCLC Number: 475141974
Notes: Index ; bibliogr.
Description: ix, 433 s. : illustrations
Contents: AcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Third World, Many Worlds1. The Most Successful Moroccan Film EverInterlude: Film's Power and Function2. Building the National Cinema, Building a CareerInterlude: A First Feature-The Big Trip (1981)3. Huston, Wise, Coppola, Camus and Pasolini, Scorsese and Some Others4. Badis (1989)Interlude: How to Tell a Story-Narrative and Symbols5. The Other Side of the Wind, AlmostInterlude: Lalla Hobby-The Film6. Reflections and ProjectionsConclusion: Future Flights of the BumblebeeNotesBibliographyChronologyIndex
Responsibility: Kevin Dwyer.

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A specialist on the Middle East and North Africa, particularly Morocco, Dwyer (social anthropology, American Univ., Cairo) set himself the task of investigating the complexities of creative activity Read more...

 
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