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Performing Autorship in the Work of Vinko Brešan (and Srđan Dragojević) / Gilić, Nikica.

By: Gilić, Nikica.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Performing Autorship in the Work of Vinko Brešan (and Srđan Dragojević) [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.06 | autorship, performance, politics, Vinko Brešan, ideology, Srđan Dragojević, film | autorship, performance, politics, Vinko Brešan, ideology, Srđan Dragojević, film In: ASEES, 2018 Annual ConventionSummary: When discussing the performance (or performing) of autorship in cinema, it makes sense to take into account populist and popular authors (i.e. V. Brešan, S. Dragojević, E. Kusturice, etc.) who reach wider audience and attract more attention in a society (or in societies), thus enabling them to be more of an influence in the political sphere. It is interesting to notice that the work of Vinko Brešan (the most popular contemporary Croatian filmmaker) does not go beyond the mainstream ideologies of Croatia, which does not prevent certain cultural and political circles to consider him a left-wing extremist, entirely missing the point of his films. Srđan Dragojević in his transnational success of The Parade shows similar traits (and is similarly misunderstood by the left), while both directors fit the definition of auteur quite well.
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When discussing the performance (or performing) of autorship in cinema, it makes sense to take into account populist and popular authors (i.e. V. Brešan, S. Dragojević, E. Kusturice, etc.) who reach wider audience and attract more attention in a society (or in societies), thus enabling them to be more of an influence in the political sphere. It is interesting to notice that the work of Vinko Brešan (the most popular contemporary Croatian filmmaker) does not go beyond the mainstream ideologies of Croatia, which does not prevent certain cultural and political circles to consider him a left-wing extremist, entirely missing the point of his films. Srđan Dragojević in his transnational success of The Parade shows similar traits (and is similarly misunderstood by the left), while both directors fit the definition of auteur quite well.

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