Post-totalitarian cinema in Eastern European Countries: Models and Identities

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Автор : сборник

Издателство : Институт за изследване на изкуствата – БАН

ISBN : 9789548594790

Година : 2019

Корица : мека

Страници : 218

Език : английски

Код: 9789548594790 Категории: ,


The book gathers 21 studies by researchers and academics from eight countries (Bulgaria, Canada, Georgia, Kazakhstan, North Macedonia, UK, Romania and Serbia) that analyze the evolution of cinema in the former communist countries, identifying both common models and specific phenomena. The studies were presented at the conference of the same name, which took place in Velingrad (Bulgaria) between 2 and 5 November 2018 – an event otganized by the Institute of Art Studies in Sofia. Among the contributors is Marian Țuțui („G. Oprescu“ Institute of Art History), author of the paper 30 years of post-communist cinema in Romania divided into four periods.


Transition, Crisis, Identities, Typologies

Bulgarian film 1988-2018: crossing borders, conquering territories
Ingeborg Bratoeva-Daraktchieva

Rethinking national identity crises in Bulgarian animation: the new generations
Nadezhda Marinchevska

The national film transition period in Georgia (1991-2000)
viad Dolidze

30 years of post-communist cinema in Romania divided into four periods
Marian Tutui

Identity dialogues: an approach towards the theoretical framework in the aspects of modern Bulgarian film
Andronika Martonova

On the typology of self-financed Bulgarian feature films after 1990
Alexander Donev

Macedonian film after the fall of communism
Atanas Chuposki

Considering the crisis in Bulgarian film of the decade after the fall of the totalitarian regime
Alexander Staykov

Toponyms, Migration, Gender

The Balkans’ Europolis: Sulina as synecdoche
Alex Forbes

Migration of young people in Serbian cinema: go, stay, or come back?
Radenko Rankovic

Subjectivity and the female double
Christina Stojanova

Transition in Serbian film industry in the example of female producers and directors
Ana Daleore

Documentaries, Authors, Interpretations

Post-totalitarian documentary film: the period as viewed by directors
Aibarsha Bozheyeva

Auteur interpretations in documentaries
Teodora Doncheva

ival artifact in Eastern European documentary as locus of recollection
Raluca lacob.

Visuality, Poetics, Experiments, Audiences

The specific national poetics and new archetypes in the post-totalitarian Bulgarian film
Elitza Gotzeva

Bulgarian feature short film adaptations in the twenty-first century
Petia Alexandrova

Visual solutions to Kazakh and Eastern European post-socialist films (1989-2018
Snezhana Baimukhanova

Borders of new Bulgarian experimental film
Iosif Astrukov

Fragments of Bulgarian cinema for children. Aesthetics and communication
Radostina Neykova

(Bulgarian) film criticism in a constant state of transition
Rosen Spasov.