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TOURIST tells the mysterious story of Jack Sturrett, a book reviewer for a London literary magazine. Dissatisfied with his job, he makes an impulsive decision to leave the city without informing anyone of his departure. He boards a bus which takes him to a small town up north where he gets a job as a tourist guide after becoming so widely read in the town's history that he passes for a local. Outside work he maintains the identity of a tourist, living in hotels and constantly reinventing his back-story. As his fake local persona becomes threateningly real, he finds himself a suspect in a murder investigation.
Temenuga Trifonova is Associate Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at York University in Toronto. Her first novel, REWRITE, was published by NON Publishing (Vancouver) in 2014. A film adaptation of TOURIST (2017), which she wrote and directed, won "Best Feature" at Mostra del Cinema di Taranto, Italy (2018). The film has been screened at the Philosophica Film Festival (Skopje, 2018), and the Blow-Up International Art House Film Festival (Chicago, 2017). Trifonova is the author of the scholarly monographs WARPED MINDS: CINEMA AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY (2014) and THE IMAGE IN FRENCH PHILOSOPHY (2007), and the edited volumes CONTEMPORARY VISUAL CULTURE AND THE SUBLIME (2017) and EUROPEAN FILM THEORY (2008). She has been a visiting scholar and/or artist at the American Academy in Rome, the Brown Foundation at the Dora Maar House (France), The Fondation des Treilles (France), the New York University Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, and the Pushkinskaya Art Centre in St. Petersburg. She is currently a Marie Curie Fellow at Le Studium Centre for Advanced Studies in Tours, France.