Browsing by KHAS Author "Cengi̇z, Esi̇n Paça"
Cinema Has Split the Girl's Soul Into Pieces: Scrutinizing Representations of Women in Films From Turkey The 1980s in Turkey were marked by the emergence of new cinematic forms, including films dealing with issues regarding female subjectivity. This article argues that within the scope of an extensive body of films produced about women in the 1980s, Her Name Is Vasfiye, Aaahh Belinda!, How to Save Asiye, Ten Women, and My Dreams, My Love and You opened up a significant space for discussions about ideological constructions concerning images of women in cinema. By deploying reflexive and fragmented ...
Authors:Spence, Louise; Cengi̇z, Esi̇n Paça
Publisher and Date:(Routledge Journals Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2012)This article argues that Su Friedrich's 1984 film The Ties That Bind employs what were at the time atypical forms and techniques to push the limits of the traditional historical documentary. Its aesthetic experimentation helps to redefine the idea of historical representation in film and does so mainly by treating evidence as both partial (in both senses of the word) and contingent offering a radical challenge to normative history and destabilizing the notion of history as authority. Unlike ...