عنوان مقاله [English]
In recent years, efforts have been made to expand the field of subject selection in literary research, to provide studies in films, television, painting and other "cultural texts." An approach that appears to be the result of expanding theories related to critical semiotics and cultural studies, but has led to the provision of research that does not have the philosophical goals and foundations of these theories. This article focuses on literary scholarly research on the subject of cinema and seeks to understand what aspects of the relationship between literature and cinema are of greater interest to academic literary research in Iran and what remains to be neglected. Literary studies appear to be in cinema looking for structure, narrative and other literary components. In these articles, cinematics are often seen as literary texts, and their cinematic features are marginalized, and cinematic studies with a critical and cultural approach and the consideration of a particular aesthetic of films are investigated in a few articles. This paper also shows a serious methodological weakness in the field of cinematic studies in literary research, since the purpose of the studies in adaptive cinema seems to be the fact that the investigations of literary texts and the other dimensions of the relationship between literature and cinema seem to be unclear, and from the perspective of literature, the only ways by which cinema has been studied has been to describe the structure and content of narratives of the films.