Genre forming function of intermediality : (Sergii Parajanov's Kyiv Frescoes (Kyivs'ky Fresky) script specificity) Cover Image

Жанротворческая функция интермедиальности (киносценарная специфика "Киевских фресок" Сергея Параджанова)
Genre forming function of intermediality : (Sergii Parajanov's Kyiv Frescoes (Kyivs'ky Fresky) script specificity)

Author(s): Natalia Nikoriak
Subject(s): Film / Cinema / Cinematography, Philology
Published by: Česká asociace slavistů
Keywords: S. Parajanov; Kyiv Frescoes (Kyivs'ky Fresky); script; composition; intermediality; ekphrasys; palimpsest; reception

Summary/Abstract: The purpose of this research is to study intermediality as one of the dominant concepts of literary practice in recent years (N. Tishunina, L. Khaida, O. Profe, N. Mocherniuk, V. Prosalova etc.) by the example of Sergii Parajanov's Kyiv Frescoes (Kyivs'ky Fresky) script text. The topicality of this theme emanates from the need to analyze screenplay intermedial codes, including intermedial nature of text architectonic and composition organization, personal sphere and chronotope intermediality, as well as screenplay ekphractic elements and constructive palimpsest. In the text of this screenplay, intermediality appears to be a genre-specific factor. Research methodology is based on complex tools of modern approaches to the separation and analysis of new literary forms for which the state of intermedial contextuality (set of structural and semantic principles, genre studies discourse, and receptive poetics practice). Use of intermediality markers is stipulated by the film author's desire to return to the art's original syncretism. In addition, the text intermedial dimension represents the screenwriter's aesthetic modus, specifically, the Spanish context of the screenplay, as well as the artist's own receptive and productive needs and the productivity of his impressions of other artists' works. Intermedial discourse constitutes a specific hermeneutic resource that can not be ignored.

  • Issue Year: IX/2016
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 7-20
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: Russian