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    • Acousmetre : the disembodied voice in cinema 

      Önen, Ufuk (Bilkent University, 2008)
      This study is an attempt to explore the offscreen cinematic space in terms of sound with a special focus on voice, and to analyze the disembodied voices in cinema, in light of the theoretical framework of Michel Chion ...
    • Another approach to cinema : Bergson minus Deleuze 

      Salman, Selda (Bilkent University, 2004)
      In this work, cinema has been investigated philosophically through the ideas of Henri Bergson and Gilles Deleuze, who uses Bergson’s ideas as a basis in his cinema books The Time-Image and The Movement-Image. To clarify ...
    • A Cinematic Journey: Tunc Okan's The Bus (Otobus) and the 'Leaving Home' Theme 

      Erginci, E. (2005)
      Cinema, which is one of the most popular branch of arts nowadays, has a firm relation with literature. Literary works have connections with oral works. In "Cinema tales" it is quite interesting to find out some motives and ...
    • Fantasy films as a postmodern phenomenon 

      Değim, İclal Alev (Bilkent University, 2011)
      The aim of this research is to analyze the fantasy fiction genre films as a postmodern phenomenon. With various ways of looking into the texts, the study focuses on the narrative structure of the fantasy formations with ...
    • Figuring the orient : a discussion of orientalism within the context of Ferzan Özpetek's films 

      Engin, Evrim (Bilkent University, 2004)
      This study aims to inaugurate a thorough reading of two films by Ferzan Özpetek that employ Orient as their setting and major narrative element, Hamam (1997) and Harem Suare (1999), to examine their complicity with the ...
    • Self-adaptation and transnationality in Marjane Satrapi's Poulet aux prunes (2011) 

      Kennedy-Karpat, C. (Oxford University Press, 2015)
      Marjane Satrapi's Poulet aux prunes offers an intriguing example of self-adaptation from comics to live-action film. This essay will consider how the Franco-Iranian Satrapi, within her dual role as self-adapter and ...
    • Valley of the Wolves-Iraq: anti-geopolitics Alla Turca 

      Yanık, L. K. (Brill, 2009)
      This article discusses the Turkish movie Valley of the Wolves-Iraq (Kurtlar Vadisi-Irak), a blockbuster in Turkey in 2006. The movie has made an important mark on the history of Turkish popular culture, not through any ...