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A History of Greek Cinema. London: Bloomsbury. Khatib, Lina. 2008. Lebanese Cinema: Imagining the Civil War and Beyond. London and New York: I. B. Tauris. Kitromilides, Paschalis. 1979. ” In Small States in the Modern World: The Conditions of Survival, edited by Paschalis Kitromilides and Peter Worsley, 143–84. Nicosia: The New Cyprus Association. Kleanthous, Alexis. 2005. O Kypriakos Kinimatografos (1962–2005) (Cypriot Cinema). Athens: Egokeros. Kleanthous-Hadjikyriakou, Soula. 1995. “Kypriakos Kinimatografos: Provlimata kai Prooptikes” (“Cypriot Cinema: Issues and Prospects”).
Recorded in color, in Greek with English subtitles, the film was released in Greece in 1975 by Fox Lorber, an international distribution company, which re-released the film internationally in 2000 with a new epilogue. It has been widely seen both in and outside Cyprus over the last 35 years. Although its presentation of events is unarguably one-sided—apart from the Turkish-Cypriot leader, Rauf Denktaş, Turkish Cypriots are never shown or heard in the film—Attila ’74 has been mined for original footage of the war’s aftermath by contemporary filmmakers with a more balanced eye.
Kleanthous, Alexis. 2005. O Kypriakos Kinimatografos (1962–2005) (Cypriot Cinema). Athens: Egokeros. Kleanthous-Hadjikyriakou, Soula. 1995. “Kypriakos Kinimatografos: Provlimata kai Prooptikes” (“Cypriot Cinema: Issues and Prospects”). In The History of Cinema in Cyprus, edited by Nicos Shiafkalis, 163–5. Nicosia: 7th Art Friends Club. Lopez, Ricardo. 2010. “Kypriaki Teniothiki: Mia Prospathia Akomi sta Spargana” (“Cyprus Film Archive: A Process Still in an Embryonic State”). In Politismos, Technes, MME (Culture, Arts, Media), edited by Andreas Sophocleous, 165–70.