The New Iranian Cinema: Politics, Representation and Identity

The New Iranian Cinema Politics Representation and Identity Iranian cinema is today widely recognized not merely as a distinctive national cinema but as one of the most innovative in the world This international stature both fascinates Western observers and a

  • Title: The New Iranian Cinema: Politics, Representation and Identity
  • Author: Richard Tapper
  • ISBN: 9781860648045
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • Iranian cinema is today widely recognized not merely as a distinctive national cinema, but as one of the most innovative in the world This international stature both fascinates Western observers and appears paradoxical in line with perceptions of Iran as anti modern The largely Iranian contributors to this book look in depth at how Iranian cinema became a true world cinIranian cinema is today widely recognized not merely as a distinctive national cinema, but as one of the most innovative in the world This international stature both fascinates Western observers and appears paradoxical in line with perceptions of Iran as anti modern The largely Iranian contributors to this book look in depth at how Iranian cinema became a true world cinema From a range of perspectives, they explore cinema s development in post Revolution Iran and its place in Iranian culture.

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    1. This book is a very good start for those who want to know a little bit more about the Iranian cinema. There you can find the political, cultural context of those movies. Especially interesting article is written by the most famous Iranian cinema expert Hamid Naficy. On the other hand, the book was published in 2002, so the writers are very much optimistic because Khatami was the president. They were hoping for the better future for Iranian cinema than it is now.

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