Ileana Nicoleta SĂLCUDEAN
Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai, Cluj-Napoca, Facultatea de Teatru și Televiziune
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5-6 / 2018
The Film Festivals in The Perspective Of Cultural Anthropology Case Study: Transilvania International Film Festival
The new morphology of film festivals brings a new light on film festivals and the theory of culture, especially with the new reconfiguration of festivals Europe, the insertion of new technologies and new opportunities to create networks. From the point of view of cultural anthropology, I analyze the new film festival rendering the distinction space/place; mapping/tracking replacing universal/particular; local/global, following contemporary approaches of convergence and network as more efficient in the globalization context. Film festivals shift away from the stereotyped category of nation and auteur as connected to Europe towards the global economy and the city . The case study of Transilvania International Film Festival is bringing forth questions regarding the Western European vs. Eastern European film festival models and how are the Eastern and Central European festivals incorporating the traits of the Western European film festival.
Keywords: creative industries, Hollywood film vs. Film Europe, Transilvania International Film Festival, convergence and network.