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El cine como inestética, la vida como no-cine: um estudio sobre la trilogía prohibida de Jafar Panahi

Nagib, L. (2020) El cine como inestética, la vida como no-cine: um estudio sobre la trilogía prohibida de Jafar Panahi. In: Campo, J., Crowder-Taraborrelli, T., Garavelli, C., Piedras, P. and Wilson, K. (eds.) El cine documental Una encrucijada estética y política Inquisiciones contemporáneas al sistema audiovisual de Javier Campo, Tomás Crowder-Ta. Prometeo, Buenos Aires, pp. 155-173. ISBN 9789878331287

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Abstract/Summary

This chapter will address cinema’s constitutive dilemma between indexicality and manipulation by means of a reflection on ‘non-cinema’, that is, a cinema that ambitions to be real life itself. The focus will fall onto Jafar Panahi’s forbidden trilogy, This Is Not a Film (In film nist, co-directed by Mojtaba Mirtahmasb, 2011), Closed Curtain (Pardé, co-directed by Kambuzia Partovi, 2013) and Taxi Tehran (Taxi, 2015), all of which have come into being despite (or rather as a result of) the ban from making films imposed on him by the Iranian authorities.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Film, Theatre & Television
ID Code:81203
Uncontrolled Keywords:Jafar Panahi; This is not a film; Closed Curtain; Taxi Tehran; Iranian Cinema; World Cinema; Realism
Publisher:Prometeo

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