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Introduction: Auteur Directors, Political Dissent, and Social Critique Josef Gugler1. Nabil Maleh: Syria's Leopard (Syria) Christa Salamandra2. Jocelyne Saab: A Lifetime Journey in Search of Freedom and Beauty (Lebanon) Dalia Said Mostafa3. Michel Khleifi: Filmmaker of Memory (Palestine) Tim Kennedy4. Elia Suleiman: Narrating Negative Space (Palestine) Refqa Abu-Remaileh5. Youssef Chahine: Devouring Mimicries or Juggling with Self and Other (Egypt) Viola Shafik6. Daoud Abd El-Sayed: Parody and Borderline Existence (Egypt) Viola Shafik7. Yousry Nasrallah: The Pursuit of Autonomy in the Arab and European Film Markets (Egypt) Benjamin Geer8. Mohamed Chouikh: From Anti-colonial Commemoration to a Cinema of Contestation (Algeria) Guy Austin9. Merzak Allouache: (Self-)Censorship, Social Critique and the Limits of Political Engagement in Contemporary Algerian Cinema (Algeria) Will Higbee10. Nabil Ayouch: Transgression, Identity, and Difference (Morocco) Jonathan SmolinFilm IndexName Index
Josef Gugler is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Connecticut. He is the author of African Film: Re-Imagining a Continent (IUP, 2003) and editor of Film in the Middle East and North Africa: Creative Dissidence.