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Abstract


USAGE OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN CINEMA: KABADAYI MOVIE EXAMPLE

Photography, painting, theatre, opera, graphics etc. emerges as an art that supports different art fields. Cinema is one of these arts. Cinema, which owes its existence to photography, has kept its relationship with photography alive since its invention. As in cinema, photography defines time, space and people. Photography is like magic. Photography has the power to define the past and the present. The past tense can be revived through photography. The past tense can be articulated with the present tense within the cinematic tense. It is seen that photographs are used for different purposes in many films. Photography also contributes to cinema within the framework of plot and narrative structure. The photograph can determine how the story will progress, how it will develop, how the character will behave, what the conditions will be for the conflict to take place. As a tool that records the moment, photography also functions as memory, identity and proof. From this perspective, it will be seen how important photography is for cinema. This article aims to analyze the relationship between photography and cinema in the history of cinema, by referring to the films in which photographs are used, and in particular, through the concepts of plot, narrative structure, character and memory, the 2007 film Kabadayı, directed by Ömer Vargı.



Keywords
Photography, cinema, memory



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