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Cinema and Technology: Cultures, Theories, Practices

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Cinema and Technology: Cultures, Theories, Practices

Cinema and Technology: Cultures, Theories, Practices
By Bruce Bennett, Marc Furstenau, Adrian MacKenzie
 
The essays collected in Cinema and Technology map out a new interdisciplinary terrain, combining contemporary analyses of material and visual culture, deploying the methods of film studies, media and cultural studies, media anthropology, and science and technology studies. Rather than describing a technological "crisis," or separating the technological and aesthetic halves of the cinema, they present a manifold, expansive reconsideration of the life of technologies in the cultures, theories and practices of cinematic production and consumption.


Table of Contents
Biographical Notes • Acknowledgements • Introduction: B.Bennett, M.Furstenau & A.MackenziePART I: FORMAT • The Perilous Gauge: Canadian Independent Film Exhibition and the 16mm Mobile Menace; P.Lester • BMW Films and the Star Wars Kid: 'Early Web Cinema' and Technology; A.Clay • On Some Limits to Film Theory (Mainly From Science); J.Elkins PART II: NORMS • Socially Combustible: Panicky People, Flammable Films, and the Dangerous New Technology of the Nickelodeon; P.Moore • Cinema and its Doubles: Kittler vs. Deleuze; J.Harris • Genomic Science in Contemporary Film: Institutions, Individuals and Genre;K.O'Riordan • PART III: SCANNING • Cinema as Technology: Encounters with an Interface; A.Wood • Demonlover: Interval, Affect and the Aesthetics of Digital Dislocation'Into the d├ęcor': Attention and Distraction, Foreground and Background;C.Rodrigues • Children, Robots, Cinephilia and Technophobia; B.Bennett • PART IV: MOVEMENT • Lola and the Vampire: Technologies of Time and Movement in German Cinema;M.Langford • Inbetweening: Animation, Deleuze, Film Theory; B.Schaffer • Affective Troubles and Cinema; M-L.Angerer • Afterword: Digital Cinema and the Apparatus: Archaeologies, Epistemologies, Ontologies; T.Elsaesser* Bibliography • Index
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