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This paper examines cinematic representations of religion and religious communities in the early cinema of the Yugoslav space. This paper introduces the readers to the rich heritage of the cinema of the Yugoslav space by providing 1) the first study of the representations of religion and the concepts of faith in the early film, and 2) novel approaches in reading religion and history through film. Film is used as a primary rather than supplementary source in historical research on diverse religious and ethnic communities in this part of the Balkan Peninsula. This is the first study that investigates the importance, place, and role of religion in everyday life in the Yugoslav space through the case study of the early documentary film between 1896 and 1939. This paper will enrich scientific inquiry by providing new approaches for researching history through the documentary film.
"Reframing Space: Religion, History, and Memory in the Early Documentary Film of the Yugoslav Space,"
Journal of Religion & Film: Vol. 27:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/jrf/vol27/iss2/3
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