Post-Unification Turkish German Cinema : Work, Globalisation and Politics Beyond Representation.

By: Naiboglu, GozdeMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (216 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319644318Subject(s): Motion pictures, Turkish-Germany-History-21st century | Motion pictures, Turkish-Germany-History-20th century | Motion pictures-Germany-History-21st century | Motion pictures-Germany-History-20th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Post-Unification Turkish German Cinema : Work, Globalisation and Politics Beyond RepresentationDDC classification: 791.4309561 LOC classification: HM621-HM656Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Turkish German Cinema Since the 1990s -- The Spatial Turn -- Postrepresentational Film Philosophy and the Ethics of Change -- Overview -- Bibliography -- Part I The Berlin School and Turkish German Cinema -- Chapter 2 Thomas Arslan’s Berlin Trilogy -- An Ethics of Individuation: Geschwister (1997) -- Ethics Versus Morality -- Differential Subjectivities: Dealer (1999) -- Beyond Movement: Der Schöne Tag -- Subjectivity Production as a Process -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Christian Petzold’s Jerichow (2009) -- The Aesthetic Economy of the Virtual -- Bibliography -- Part iI Documentary Film -- Chapter 4 Documentary and the Question of Representation -- Turkish Migration in German Documentaries -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Materiality of Labour: Thomas Arslan’s Aus der Ferne/From Far Away (2006) and Seyhan Derin’s Ben Annemin Kızıyım/I Am My Mother’s Daughter (1996) -- The Subjective Turn in Migrant Nonfiction Cinema -- Thomas Arslan’s From Far Away: Migrant Images -- Seyhan Derin’s I Am My Mother’s Daughter: Biopolitics and Labour -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Postrepresentationalism as a Political Strategy: Aysun Bademsoy’s Am Rand der Städte/On the Outskirts (2006) and Ehre/Honour (2011) -- On the Outskirts -- Ehre -- Postrepresentationalism -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 Machinic Semiotics: Harun Farocki’s Aufstellung/In-Formation (2005) -- The Im/Perceptible, the Visible and the Articulable -- In-Formation -- Images and Words -- Powers of the Fragment -- Bibliography -- Part III Social Realism -- Chapter 8 Viewing Against the Grain: Feo Aladag’s Die Fremde/When We Leave (2010) -- The Time-Image and Break from Representationalism -- Affectability, Cliché and the Crystallisation of Narratives.
Molar Organisation and Reterritorialisation of the Narrative Lines -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 Queering the Ethics of Migration: Yüksel Yavuz’s Kleine Freiheit/A Little Bit of Freedom (2003) -- Queer Ethics -- A Little Bit of Freedom -- Representation and Affect -- The Ethical Turn in the Social Realist Cinema of Europe -- Queering Representational Politics -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Turkish German Cinema Since the 1990s -- The Spatial Turn -- Postrepresentational Film Philosophy and the Ethics of Change -- Overview -- Bibliography -- Part I The Berlin School and Turkish German Cinema -- Chapter 2 Thomas Arslan’s Berlin Trilogy -- An Ethics of Individuation: Geschwister (1997) -- Ethics Versus Morality -- Differential Subjectivities: Dealer (1999) -- Beyond Movement: Der Schöne Tag -- Subjectivity Production as a Process -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Christian Petzold’s Jerichow (2009) -- The Aesthetic Economy of the Virtual -- Bibliography -- Part iI Documentary Film -- Chapter 4 Documentary and the Question of Representation -- Turkish Migration in German Documentaries -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Materiality of Labour: Thomas Arslan’s Aus der Ferne/From Far Away (2006) and Seyhan Derin’s Ben Annemin Kızıyım/I Am My Mother’s Daughter (1996) -- The Subjective Turn in Migrant Nonfiction Cinema -- Thomas Arslan’s From Far Away: Migrant Images -- Seyhan Derin’s I Am My Mother’s Daughter: Biopolitics and Labour -- Bibliography -- Chapter 6 Postrepresentationalism as a Political Strategy: Aysun Bademsoy’s Am Rand der Städte/On the Outskirts (2006) and Ehre/Honour (2011) -- On the Outskirts -- Ehre -- Postrepresentationalism -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 Machinic Semiotics: Harun Farocki’s Aufstellung/In-Formation (2005) -- The Im/Perceptible, the Visible and the Articulable -- In-Formation -- Images and Words -- Powers of the Fragment -- Bibliography -- Part III Social Realism -- Chapter 8 Viewing Against the Grain: Feo Aladag’s Die Fremde/When We Leave (2010) -- The Time-Image and Break from Representationalism -- Affectability, Cliché and the Crystallisation of Narratives.

Molar Organisation and Reterritorialisation of the Narrative Lines -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 Queering the Ethics of Migration: Yüksel Yavuz’s Kleine Freiheit/A Little Bit of Freedom (2003) -- Queer Ethics -- A Little Bit of Freedom -- Representation and Affect -- The Ethical Turn in the Social Realist Cinema of Europe -- Queering Representational Politics -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Bibliography -- Index.

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