social realism

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social realism

n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the use of realist art, literature, etc as a medium for social or political comment
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) another name for socialist realism
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The social realist film had its world premiere at 30th Tokyo International Film Festival 2017 and won two awards--Best Asian Future Film Award and The Spirit of Asia Award by the Japan Foundation Asia Center.
Prominent social realist Edgar Fernandez, head of the NCCA's Visual Arts Committee, declared that art is for all and, addressing the students, said: 'This is your story which will go beyond visual art and include theater and music.
In these kinds of social realist works, the male characters are often portrayed as lazy, drunk, or irresponsible, as opposed to the strong women, and it is to Nunnery's credit that she doesn't resort to such stereotypes.
It is here that early modernist authors like Ford, Conrad, and James continued their experimentations in pushing the novel in bold, new directions, while Wells began his transition away from the "scientific romances" that had made him famous and moved towards more social realist novels and, eventually, more openly didactic works.
Starring Fikret Hakan, Aliye Rona and Erol TaE- in its leading roles, "Yylanlaryn EucE-" is a social realist drama that mainly revolves around the themes of life in a small, remote Anatolian village and a land dispute between fellow villagers.
Blume is conventionally thought of as a social realist, but it is clear from such drawings as Untitled (Town and Woods), 1937, and Allegheny Range, 1938, that he was also a descriptive realist.
Social realist film is a genre which focuses on narratives which challenge and protest against contemporary social issues, preferring to stimulate the audience's intellect, rather than provide entertainment devoid of intellectual issues, where in-depth individual interpretation is fruitless and actively discouraged.
The picture is now in Moscow's Pushkin Museum, but Van Gogh's early social realist portrait The Peasant (1885) is on show, along with a wonderfully animated reed-pen drawing of a Seascape at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer (1888) first exhibited at the 1891 Salon des XX.
Steven Ungar's essay examines Eli Lotar's 1946 documentary Aubervilliers, situating it particularly in relation to the pre-World War II tradition of social realist cinema and the documentary work of Jean Vigo, Joris Ivens, and others.
Researching student learning in higher education; a social realist approach.
If there was a checklist for the British social realist film, this ticks all the boxes.
Another common point of departure for many chapters is the recognition of the break of contemporary films from the social realist modes of the past.