Books

Book Title: Proof / David Auburn
Translator: Dr. Shahabeddin Adel

Publisher: Bidgol
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN no.: 978-600-5193-06-0

Abstract:
David AuBurn, an American playwright, was born in Chicago in 1970. He studied at the University of British Literature, and later spent two years in drama writing in New York, and used professors such as Marsh Norman and Christopher Durang.The play was first screened at the Manhattan Theater Club in 2000, followed by Daniel J Sullivan on Broadway in the same year, and in that same year, the five famous Tony, Pulitzer Prize, New York Critics Awards, and so on. The story is about a math professor who lives with his daughter; the play has four characters, and the mathematical relation with madness and sadness is the loss of the most important discussions of the play.
The original version of the Proof game (titled Proof) was published in 2000. The play narrates the story of a girl named Catherine. Catherine is a math student at the University of Chicago who suffers from mental illness. This scientist dies after a long period of illness. After her death, Catherine finds that one of her father’s former students has kidnapped one of her discoveries from her office and is trying to record it in her name.

 Keywords:
Proof, David Auburn, American drama, 20th century, proof a play

Book Title: Contemporary Evolutions in the Concept of Cinematic time
Writer By: Dr. Shahabeddin Adel

Publisher: University of ART
Publication Date: 2011
ISBN no.: 1451-152

Abstract:
The narrative of the storytelling infrastructure is in the cinema, and the use of time in cinematic narrative design makes such studies necessary. The cinematic image of the Elemental is in time. Two fundamental questions can be raised, first, that time has been influential in the evolution of the expression of cinematic narrative. Secondly, if it has been influential, in the postmodern era, one can see a new reading of its time and function in cinematic narratives? The history of the use of time in cinema can be divided into classical, modern, and postmodern courses. But the important function of time in contemporary narratives is the cinematic, which is based on the new reading of contemporary cinema.

 Keywords:
Time in cinema, cinema, critique and commentary, narrative

Book Title: Ethological Cinema
Writer By: Dr. Shahabeddin Adel

Publisher: Soroush
Publication Date: 2001
ISBN no.: 964-435-570-9

Abstract:
The cinema starts in the world with documentaries. This way the Lumiere brothers put their cameras directly in front of everyday reality and recorded them on a tape of cellulose nitrogen tetrazolamide. In their turn, the films in their first production period brought about the cumbersome facts, and after the reluctance of the people to make these films, the Lumiere brothers, with the consent of the country’s authorities and governments, They filmed around the world, which, in their own way, were more productive than the aesthetic aspect, with colonial thoughts appealing to the heads of state.
In recognition of the first productions of ethnographic films, McDougall, David. States: “The great French ethnologist, Jean-Paul Roan, described Baldwin Spenser as the world’s first ethnographic documentary, who produced films from the early native Australians in the year 1901 (” Rain and Kangaroo “). Is. But David MacDougall, a scholar of folk theater, believes that the first ethno-film of film history is a film by F. Regnault of the North African Native Pottery Works that came to Paris to He was filming at the Colonial Exhibition in 1895. »
Nonetheless, documentary cinema in folk studies in Iran begins with travel films that are purely exploratory or designed to propagate the origins of folk thought. But gradually, under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture and Arts, the first ethno-film films were made with the names of Shaghayegh Susan in 1964 by Hushang Shafti and the Holy Mother of God in 1963 from Hajir Darius.

 Keywords:
Documentary cinema, Ethological Cinema, Ethological Cinema documentary, Iranian cinema, Ethological

Book Title: Cinema Mirror Time (2)
Writer By: Dr. Shahabeddin Adel

Publisher: Hadaf
Publication Date: 1985
ISBN no.:

Abstract:
Brazilian director Arnoldo Jabour began his career as a critique of theater and playwright before he was involved with the Cineman movement. His films include 1967’s “Public Opinion”, “Pindorama” of 1971, “Every Nurse Will Be Punished”, 1973, 1975 “Marriage”, “Everything Goes On”, 1978, Prize Winner at the Brazilian Cinema Festival It was first

Keywords:
Cinema Mirror of Time, narrative, screenwriter, Arnoldo Jabour

Book Title: Cinema Mirror Time (1)
Writer By: Dr. Shahabeddin Adel

Publisher: Hadaf
Publication Date: 1985
ISBN no.:

Abstract:

Keywords:
Cinema Mirror of Time, narrative, screenwriter,

Book Title: Fascism in the cinema
Writer By: Dr. Shahabeddin Adel , Siamak Shafa

Publisher: Hadaf
Publication Date: 1984
ISBN no.:

Abstract:
The film of triumph of will as a major propaganda masterpiece was a major contributor to the emergence of Nazism, many critics believed that Lenny Riefenstahl’s role in this unforgivable success, however, has pointed out that no film has been criticized as opposed to this by opponents. . Most countries that came up against the ideas of Nazism and Hilter’s thoughts portrayed the corners of the film of triumph of will to neutralize Nazi thoughts as promotional films.

So far, no trace has ever been able to depict Adolf Hitler’s evil nature as a film of triumph of will. Riefenstahl’s figures have never been lied. They have depicted a story that has never lost the horror of the event.

Keywords:
Fascism, Nazism, Fascism in the cinema,Triumph of will, Adolf Hitler