Reflections on Memory, Intertextuality, and Banned Films
Source of Publication
The Cinema of Muhammad Malas
In this final transcript from the interview, Malas explains the many forms of memory at work in The Night, the impetus behind the making of Bab al-Maqam (2005), the importance of woman in his cinema, and his relationship to intertextuality in Ladder to Damascus (2013). He also discusses three projects that were never screened: The Euphrates (1978), The Cradle (2009), and In Search of Aida (2004), and concludes with a meditation on memory and forgetfulness.
Springer International Publishing
Arts and Humanities
Alkassim, Samirah and Andary, Nezar, "Reflections on Memory, Intertextuality, and Banned Films" (2018). All Works. 2902.
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