Filming for Freedom - Cinema as a Critical Voice of the Mubarak Regime
by Antony, Melissa
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The trend of film as a means of activism, be it environmental, political, etc. is a growing phenomenon in contemporary, global society. Filming for Freedom examines the evolution of Egyptian film in correlation with social activism over the final decade of the Mubarak Regime. Relationships between film, censorship, freedom of expression and legal confinements are explored relative to the ever-increasing dissatisfaction with the political system under President Hosni Mubarak.
Melissa Antony received a B.A. in Languages and Linguistics at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada and a B.A. at the Humboldt University of Berlin in Area Studies. She researches in various regions of the world focusing on topics dealing with migration, media, environmental and psychological anthropology.
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10 November 2014
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.003 m; 0.127 kg