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The imagined community is the idea that each member will not necessarily meet face-to-face but still feel a shared collective identity. Anderson acknowledges that regardless of the “actual inequality . . the nation is always conceived as a deep, horizontal comradeship” (7). Iordanova (2010) points out the difference between print media’s role in the construction of identity and that of the ﬁlm festival. Anderson states that the regularity of the newspaper addresses the reader as part of the imagined community within their respective nation, even though everyone reads the paper separately and at different times.