عنوان مقاله [English]
Arabesque music presented itself as a civil protest and a non-violent movement against the government policies in Turkey from its early formation (the 1930s). The oral in Kurmanji Kurdish literature is also of high significance and rich contents. The hybrid form of the Arabesque and oral songs made it possible for the various minority and majority cultures to accept it to the extent that the government could no longer control it due to its popularity and social development. On one hand, drawing on the underlying theory of qualitative studies, and on the other hand, considering the concept of hybrid culture in post-colonial studies in Homi K. Bhabha opinions, the present paper seeks to present how this genre of music could lay the ground for the formation of Arabesque cinema in Turkey and subsequently the emergence of a new wave of resistance cinema. To this aim, considering the popular movies of the pioneer Kurdish filmmaker Yilmaz Guney as one of the most important filmmakers of that time, the present study tries to select and study the most important components of these movements using a three-step coding method. The findings of the present study demonstrate that based on the concepts derived from the Arabesque culture such as hero fanaticism, marginal settlement, the collapse of family values, the domination of political violence and social trauma and by focusing on the women issues, the modern Turkish cinema has been able to create a form of resistance cinema that is intrinsically remonstrative and identity-centered.