MIZENSEN FILM CRITICAL IN THE CONTEXT OF SHADOWS AND FACES FILM


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Authors

  • Pelin YOLCU Dicle Üniversitesi, Diyarbakır Teknik Bilimler Meslek Yüksek Okulu, Görsel İşitsel Teknikler ve Medya Yapımcılığı Bölümü
  • Sedat ŞİMŞEK Selçuk Üniversitesi, İletişim Fakültesi, Radyo Tv Bölümü

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31623/iksad062508

Keywords:

Cinema, Movie Criticism, Derviş Zaim, Shadows and Surrogates

Abstract

Narratives are the tool of human beings to fight death. The fate of Scheherazade, who tells a story every night in order not to succumb to death, is the fate of human beings. Man has begun to tell about death from the moment he realizes that he is mortal. Walter Benjamin says that the storyteller has taken his authority from the dead. It is a need to tell, to share the experience. The human being is a storytelling entity that also needs stories. Myths and tales explained the world to human beings in periods when rational reason was not used and science was not yet developed. Legends and tales are the first teachers of humanity, and in the following ages, human beings continued to create new narratives with new tools. By the XX century, humanity meets with a new storytelling tool. Cinema has the ability to be a very important tool in people's communication with each other, nature and society. Cinema is an art that heralds the fact that there are other people on earth who have intertwined their dreams and lives. It may be considered one of the first representatives of the universal mindset. Because "the way of thinking of the practice of imagination, the way of thinking can be mentioned in the strict ties of world view, tradition, tradition, an economic being, and the educational status. Dervis Zaim's Film Shadows and Surrogates, one of the most important directors of Modern Turkish Cinema, was used as an example in the study. In order to give a qualitative understanding of the work, the film was evaluated under the headings of technical structure, light, sound, time and space, actor, movement and performance, decor, costume and makeup

Published

2020-10-15

How to Cite

YOLCU, P., & ŞİMŞEK , S. (2020). MIZENSEN FILM CRITICAL IN THE CONTEXT OF SHADOWS AND FACES FILM. IKSAD JOURNAL, 6(25), 750–759. https://doi.org/10.31623/iksad062508

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