Film and Cinema: Past, Present and Future Perspectives

Joanne Copeland (Editor)

Series: Fine Arts, Music and Literature
BISAC: ART057000

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This book presents past, present and future perspectives on film and cinema. The first chapter reviews the first filming in the Balkans from the year 1896 to 1900. Chapter Two continues with a discussion of the Bulgarians chronicle documentaries filmed in the First World War on the Balkan Fronts from 1915 to 1918. Chapter Three discusses the problem of regional history of cinema concerning Lower Silesia before the year 1945, reviving the discourse on metropolis and province. Chapter Four discusses the unequal treatment of two propaganda film creators: Sergei Eisenstein and Leni Riefenstahl. Chapter Five reconsiders the ability of cinema to predict revolutions and other major events in different countries, taking as a case study the events of the 2011 Arab Spring, which led to the downfall of Egypt’s President Mubarak. Chapter Six describes how the features of cinema may be helpful in relationships, from a therapeutic point of view. Chapter Seven provides an alternative to the standard approach of using cinema in medical training based on a more integrative perspective. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. First Filming in the Balkans (1896–1900)
Peter Kardjilov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria)

Chapter 2. Bulgarians Chronicle Documentaries Filmed in the First World War on the Balkan Fronts (1915–1918)
Peter Kardjilov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria)

Chapter 3. Big City and Small Towns – Cinemas in Lower Silesia before World War II
Andrzej Dębski (Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław, Poland)

Chapter 4. Two Versions of Ideological Cinema: Sergey Eisenstein and Leni Riefenstahl
Jūratė Baranova (Professor at the Department of Philosophy, Lithuanian University of Educational Studies, Lithuania)

Chapter 5. Cinema and the Egyptian Revolution: Between Theory and Praxis
Sariel Birnbaum (Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel)

Chapter 6. Educating to Helping Relationships: An Innovative Approach with the use of Movies
Eugenio Torre, Carmen Usai, Emanuela Maria Teresa Torre, Daniela Ponzetti, Carla Gramaglia, Debora Marangon, and Patrizia Zeppegno (Psychiatry Institute, Department of Translational Medicine, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Novara, Italy, and others)

Chapter 7. A Cineforum Project for Medical Students: Learning from Unexpected Cues
Patrizia Zeppegno, Carla Gramaglia, Emanuela Maria Teresa Torre, Alessandro Feggi, Debora Marangon, Carmen Usai, and Eugenio Torre (Psychiatry Institute, Department of Translational Medicine, Università del Piemonte Orientale, Novara, Italy, and others)

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