Asst. Prof. Dr. Tülay Çelik provides a balanced and well-reasoned criticism of the new director-cinema in Turkey against the background of globalised marketing through the International Film Festivals and networks of distribution outlets. Dr. Çelik argues for the preservation of the art in the films and the individual dynamism of the director-producer phenomenon. She cautions against festival directors, distribution managers and the international co-producers determining the production process exclusively and from reducing the ethos of the new film dynamism to sheer consumption.
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|International Film Festivals: A Cinema Struggling to Exist Between New Resources and New ‘Dependencies’|
|Tulay Celik||206 - 221|
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