Companion encyclopedia of Middle Eastern and North African film / edited by Oliver Leaman.

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Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed.
Published/​Created
London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
Description
624p.

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The Companion Encyclopedia of Middle Eastern and North African Film is a unique, one volume work which illuminates a fascinating variety of cinema which is little known outside its own area. The Encyclopedia is divided into nine chapters, each written by a leading scholar in the field. Each chapter covers the history and major issues of film within that area, as well as providing bibliographies of the leading films, directors and actors. The areas covered are: Central Asia, Egypt, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, The Magreb, Palestine, Turkey. This Encyclopedia will be an invaluable reference tool for students and scholars of Film and Media Studies. It contains more than 60 black and white photographs of featured films, includes references and suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter, and the volume concludes with comprehensive name, film and general indexes.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • chapter Central Asian cinema / Gönul Dönmez-Colin
  • chapter Egyptian cinema / Viola Shafik
  • chapter Iranian cinema / Hamid Naficy
  • chapter Israeli cinema / Judd Ne’eman
  • chapter Cinema in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Kuwait / Kiki Kennedy-Day
  • chapter Cinema in Libya / Amal Sulayman Mahmoud al-‘Ubaydi
  • chapter Cinema in the Maghreb / Roy Armes
  • chapter Cinema in Palestine / Viola Shafik
  • chapter Turkish cinema / Nezih Erdoğan Deniz Göktürk.
ISBN
  • 1-134-66251-3
  • 0-415-75755-X
  • 0-203-42649-5
  • 1-134-66252-1
  • 1-280-06249-5
OCLC
  • 252908581
  • 1000441338
Doi
  • 10.4324/9780203426494
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