Dissolves of Passion: Materially Thinking Through Editing in Videographic Compilation
October , 2020
Primary Language en
Subjects Art
Journal Section Book Reviews
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-1577-7202
Author: Constantin PARVULESCU (Primary Author)
Institution: Babes-Bolyai University, Department of Cinema and Media Studies
Country: Romania


Dates Publication Date : September 30, 2020
Edited by Adrian Silvan Ionescu, Marian Țuțui, and Savaş Arslan, Balkan Cinema and the Great Wars is a testament to the fertility of Balkan cinema. The collection is the product of a conference held in Bucharest in 2018 on the representation of wars and conflicts in Balkan cinema, and it explores, among other things, how battlefield heroism, patriotic sentiment, alternative histories, and the landscapes of death and destruction are presented in fiction films, documentaries, and newsreels. Edited by Adrian Silvan Ionescu, Marian Țuțui, and Savaş Arslan, Balkan Cinema and the Great Wars is a testament to the fertility of Balkan cinema. The collection is the product of a conference held in Bucharest in 2018 on the representation of wars and conflicts in Balkan cinema, and it explores, among other things, how battlefield heroism, patriotic sentiment, alternative histories, and the landscapes of death and destruction are presented in fiction films, documentaries, and newsreels.
Balkan cinema, film history, Great Wars
English