Oxi: An Act of Resistance (screenplay and commentary)


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Oxi (Gr. Determiner, lit. ‘No’, fig. ‘Resistance’, pronounced ‘ochi’) retells Sophocles’ Antigone through the contemporary Greek crisis and modern European philosophy. A collaboration between the renowned British auteur Ken McMullen and the literary theorist Martin McQuillan, the film draws upon and responds to the importance of the Antigone of modern thought (Hegel, Arendt, Lacan, Derrida, Butler), while coming up close to the politics of the street and the malign effects of the austerity experiment in Greece today.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRowan & Littlefield International
Number of pages282
ISBN (Print)9781783482689
Publication statusPublished - 31 Oct 2015


  • Screenplay
  • Commentary
  • European Philosophy
  • Derrida
  • Cixous
  • Balibar
  • Negri

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