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The Filmmaker's PhilosopherMerab Mamardashvili and Russian Cinema$
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Alyssa DeBlasio

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781474444484

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2020

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474444484.001.0001

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Dmitry Mamuliya’s Another Sky (2010): The Language of Consciousness

Dmitry Mamuliya’s Another Sky (2010): The Language of Consciousness

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(p.78) Chapter 3 Dmitry Mamuliya’s Another Sky (2010): The Language of Consciousness
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The Filmmaker's Philosopher
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Alyssa DeBlasio

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474444484.003.0004

Georgian-born director Dmitry Mamuliya studied under Mamardashvili at Tbilisi State University during the final years of the philosopher’s life. Mamuliya’s 2010 Another Sky is a festival film about the lives of a Tadjik migrant family in Moscow. This chapter engages Mamuliya’s experimental approach to sound and the absence of voice in Another Sky with Mamardashvili’s philosophy of language, which emphasized that cultural violence was first and foremost a problem of language. The chapter also addresses the topic of migration and citizenship in Mamardashvili’s own biography, especially in the final decade of his life, when he was forcibly repatriated to Tbilisi by Soviet authorities.

Keywords:   Dmitry Mamuliya / Dmitrii Mamuliia, Another Sky, Georgian cinema

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