Christina Stojanova

Film Critic, Canada

Christina Stojanova is an academic, curator and writer focusing on cultural semiotics of totalitarian cinema; on ethnic and gender representation in English Canadian and Québec cinema and on phenomenology of horror in Russian and Eastern European cinema. She is a member of the Association of Quebec Film Critics since 1997 and has contributed regularly to "Kinema", "Cine-bulles", "KinoKultura", and the "Montreal Gazette". Currently, she teaches at the Department of Media Production and Studies at the University of Regina. Her major publications include chapters in Berlin "Culturescapes" (U of T Press, 2008), "Making it Like a Man: Canadian Masculinities" (Wilfrid Laurier U Press, 2008), "Eastern European Cinema" (Routledge, USA, 2006), "Traditions in World Cinema" (Edinburgh U Press, UK, 2006), "Horror International" (Wayne U Press, USA, 2005), "Alternative Europe" (Wallflower, UK, 2004), "Cinema and Globalization" (Editura Victor, Romania, 2003).

Moral Tales By Christina Stojanova

in 31st Montreal World Film Festival

The competition selection of the 32nd Montreal Inter... read more

Paradise Lost and Regained By Christina Stojanova

in 41st Karlovy Vary Film Festival

Jan Hrebejk's Beauty in Trouble (Kráska v nesnázich,... read more

Characters and Circumstances: Notes On the Competition Program of the 31st Moscow IFF

in 31st Moscow International Film Festival

If a common aesthetic denominator of the competition... read more

The Coming Of Age Edition

in 21st Sofia International Film Festival

Like most competition programs of first and second f... read more