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  • Film as a tool to rewrite history: New political cinema in Turkey 

    Authors:Paça Cengiz, Esin
    Publisher and Date:(Kadir Has University, 2010)
    In order to "construct" a national narrative, unsettling moments of Turkish history have been disavowed by the official discourse in Turkey. As a consequence, uneasy and therefore repressed knowledge of the past, which has not been appropriated as a part of the official discourse on national history, is finding its existence in cinematic representations. Along with the mainstream films in which the official discourses on history resonate, the growing interest in representing the past in cinema in ...

  • Versions of Minor Literature: Two Contemporary Cases from 

    Authors:Eken, Bülent
    Publisher and Date:(İmge Kitabevi Yayınları, 2016)
    The concept of “collective enunciation,” which Deleuze and Guattari propose in delineating their idea of minor literature/cinema, remains regrettably underdeveloped for the purpose of exploring the political investment of a given film. In the context of cinema, the concept designates the possibility of attaining a collective voice in film under a set of negative conditions, such as the crisis of a private poetics and the objective disintegration of the category of the “people,” through the ...