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We kindly inform you that, as long as the subject affiliation of our In this case, please broaden your search criteria. In the past two decades, Iranian film has become firmly established on the international film scene and its most reputable film-makers Abbas Kiarostami, Mohsen Makh-malbaf and his daughter Samira, Majid Majidi, ci Jaf ar Panahi will always be welcome at international film festivals.
Both the audiences and the critics are impressed by the simplicity and spiritual depth, beauty and emotionality, whereby the latter have been repetitively trying to answer the question what makes Iranian films so impressive. The answer may be sought in the cultural context of Iran, which boasts historic, political, religious, and aesthetic values.
The paper has made an attempt to combine these circumstances and by employing cultural and anthropological perspective, to capture the developmental milestones and values of this remarkable artistic entity. Ionesco chose the theatrical space because of its openeness and of the possibility to suspend monolithic identity in order to allow the dynamic logic of the contradictories express the complexity of a human soul and mind. They had in mind mostly tabloid TV based on crime, blood and sex.
It includes new genres of television, Hollywood movies etc. According to Benjamin Barber jihad stopped to be Islamic and nowadays the idea becomes part of Western point of view: a reason to support American propaganda hidden inside mass distributed movies.
Barber explains jihad as a postmodern ideology which uses financial infrastructure and show business to spread on. The type of plays written by Jon Fosse seems awash with the post-dramatic creations transiting the cultural European contemporaneousness: lingering, idleness, speech fragmentation, linguistic minimalism, all in specific proportion and various occurrences, participating together in the making of a singular, astoundingly current dramatic universe.
Of course, its reception depends, in different countries, of what we may call a constructed national identity, along with its stereotypes. Given our condition of theatre consumer audience, we are often influenced by an irrational belief in the images of what is typical for a national character, even if we are aware of their excessively simplifying and sometimes provoking nature.
National stereotypes may form more or less constant elements of the cultural legacy present in the reference system of our daily communication. Undoubtedly, we will confront the issue of the increasingly fast circulation of cultural goods, generating perceptive levelling and, why not, globalisation of the catharsis achieving mechanisms in the Western- European influenced theatrical sphere. Shibboleth authentication is only available to registered institutions.
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