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by Amy Kronish

eBook World Cinema: Israel download ISBN: 0838636977
Author: Amy Kronish
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr (August 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 266
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Category: Humour
Subcategory: Movies

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Amy Kronish, World cinema: Israel, Trowbridge, Wiltshire: Flicks Books, 1996. Amy Kronish and Costel Safirman, Israeli film: a reference guide, Westport, Conn. Discursive Identities in the (R)evolution of the New Israeli Queer Cinema. In Talmon, Miri and Peleg, Yaron (Ed., Israeli Cinema: Identities in Motion (pp. 313–325). Austin, TX: Texas University Press, 2011. Ella Shohat, Israeli cinema: East West and the politics of representation, Austin: Univ.

World Cinema: Israel. ISBN 10: 0838636977, ISBN 13: 9780838636978. The book offers an analysis of Israeli film as a reflection of both social issues and cultural development, and chronicles the evolution of the film industry in a small and new country besieged by serious internal and external conflicts.

AMY KRONISH is a freelance film consultant from Jerusalem who has lectured, written, taught, and produced extensively and internationally. She is previously the author of World Cinema: Israel. For 15 years she worked at the Jerusalem Film Archive, where she eventually served as Curate of Jewish and Israeli Film.

Amy Kronish, World cinema: Israel, Trowbridge, Wiltshire : Flicks Books, 1996

Amy Kronish, World cinema: Israel, Trowbridge, Wiltshire : Flicks Books, 1996. Amy Kronish and Costel Safirman, Israeli film : a reference guide, Westport, Conn. National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, .

Home Browse Books Book details, Israeli Film: A Reference Guide. There is no doubt that Israeli cinema reflects the existential dilemmas and the social achievements of both Arabs and Jews within Israeli society. Israeli Film: A Reference Guide. By Amy Kronish, Costel Safirman. Israeli cinema is a central tool for understanding the contemporary challenges facing Israeli society as it has developed its identity during the past decades. Although films can be considered individual pieces of work, we can gain a unique perspective on the nation's society through a careful analysis of the subject matter, issues, and styles of expression of this unique medium.

Newly updated to include analysis of internationally acclaimed films produced up to 2010! This book provides a fascinating account of film-making in Israel, from the early pioneering newsreels and documentaries to the bold work of contemporary feature directors such as Uri Barbash, Michal Bat-Adam, Moshe Mizrahi and Dan Wolman, and controversial documentarists such as Amos Gitai and Ram Loevy. The book offers an analysis of Israeli film as a reflection of both social issues and cultural development, and chronicles the evolution of the film industry in a small and new country besieged by serious internal and external conflicts. Zionism, the period of the British Mandate in Palestine and the establishment of the State of Israel, the relationship between Arab and Jew, the cinema's extended preoccupation with war and its aftermath, and the representation of women, are all closely discussed.