Andronika Martonova

4 Mar 2018

Andronika Martonova

Andronika Martonova
Assoc. Prof. PhD
Main areas of research: History, theory and aesthetics of Asian film; visual culture of East, Southeast. South and Central Asia; Korean Wave Hallyu; contemporary achievements of feature, documentary and animated Asian film; archival studies; Asian silent film; traditional Asian arts; Asian cultures in Bulgaria and the Balkans; filmmaking and religions; Asian diasporas’ films in the West; problems of screen adaptation
 

2012 – Assoc. Prof., winning a competition for the academic position at IAS with Hanumān’s Crowns. Images of Cultural Identity in Contemporary Thai Film.
2009 – Asst. Prof. (SRF of 1st degree);
2006 – Asst. Prof. (SRF of 2nd degree);
2006 –PhD, Department of Screen Arts, IAS, with Far East Film: Genre and Narrative Structures and Cultural and Aesthetical Interactions at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century, supervised by late Prof. Alexander Yanakiev, DSc;
2008 – MA in East Asian Cultural Studies, Center for Eastern Languages and Studies, Center for Korean Studies, University of Sofia, on Interpretations of the ancient Indian Treatise on Dramaturgy, Nātyaśāstra and of the Traditional Indian Poetics in the Indian Movie Devdas, supervised by Assoc. Prof. Galina Ruseva Sokolova;
2001 – MA in Film Studies on The Screen Adaptations by Akira Kurosawa. Interpretational Principles, supervised by Prof. Vera Naidenova, DSc.
 
Publications:
Мартонова, А. Йероглифът на киното (Естетика и смисъл във филмите на Източна Азия). Панорама, София, 2007, pp. 245, ISBN 978 954 9655 31 5
Мартонова, А. (Не)приличният Ерос в японската визуална култура. (шунга, хентай, анимация, кино). // Проблеми на изкуството, Институт за изследване на изкуствата, , pp.  7-15, 2015,  ISSN 0032-9371
Мартонова, А. Подценената реалност (Пост-Тянанмън в китайското независимо документално кино). – In: Първа международна конференция „Добре дошли в Киберия – Записки от дигиталния терен”, pp. 361-380, БАН – ИЕФЕМ, 2014, ISВN 978-954-8458-49-8
Martonova, A. About the Films on “silk reel”: the Chinese silent cinema in the Bulgarian press  – In: The Silk Road – Papers from the International  Conference  Organized by Confucius institute in Sofia, Bulgaria, June 3-4, 2011. Sofia, Confucius Institute, 2011, pp. 66-72 (in English) ISBN 978-959-92505-1-0
Martonova, A. Contemporary Korean cinema – production, tradition and … Kim Ki-Duk. – In: The Plum Blossom. Sofia, Ex-M, 2004, pp. 129 – 151

Projects:
 Interpretation of Traditional Korean Cultural Values in Modern Korean Cinema, research grant winner, KOFIC, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 2005. Implemented by the Center for Eastern Languages and Studies, Center for Korean Studies, jointly with NAFTA.