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Technology and Film Scholarship Experience, Study, Theory / edited by Santiago Hidalgo ; foreword by Andre Gaudreault. [print]

Contributor(s): Gaudreault, Andre [writer of foreword.] | Hidalgo, Santiago [editor] | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextSeries: Film theory in media historyDescription: 1 online resource (264 pages) : illustrations (some color), color mapContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789048525270; 9048525276Subject(s): Performing Arts | Filmtheorie | Technology in motion pictures | Performing Arts | Technology in motion pictures -- HistoryGenre/Form: History. LOC classification: PN1995.9.T43PN1995.9.T43.H632.T434 2018Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Section I Experience -- 1. When Did Cinema Become Cinema? Technology, History, and the Moving Pictures / Charles Musser -- 2. Exhibition Practices in Transition: Spectators, Audiences, and Projectors / Jan Olsson -- 3. Reel Changes: Post-mortem Cinephilia or the Resistance of Melancholia / Andre Habib -- 4. Walter Benjamin's Play Room: Where the Future So Eloquently Nests, or: What is Cinema Again? / Dana Cooley -- Section II Study -- 5. Hitchcock, Film Studies, and New Media: The Impact of Technology on the Analysis of Film / David Colangelo -- 6. Film Analysis and Statistics: A Field Report / Charles O'Brien -- 7. A `Distant Reading' of the `Chaser Theory': Local Views and the Digital Generation of New Cinema History / Paul Moore -- Section III Theory -- 8. Cine-Graphism: A New Approach to the Evolution of Film Language through Technology / Tom Gunning -- 9. Can We Have the Cave and Leave It Too? On the Meaning of Cinema as Technology / Vinzenz Hediger -- 10. On Viewfinders, Video Assist Systems, and Tape Splicers: Questioning the History of Techniques and Technology in Cinema / Benoit Turquety.
Summary: "This volume brings together a wide range of research on the ways in which technological innovations have established new and changing conditions for the experience, study and theorization of film. Drawn from the IMPACT film conference (The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Historiography and Theory of Cinema) held in Montreal in 2011, the book includes contributions from such leading figures in the field as Tom Gunning, Charles Musser, Jan Olsson and Vinzenz Hediger."--Publisher website
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Machine generated contents note: Section I Experience -- 1. When Did Cinema Become Cinema? Technology, History, and the Moving Pictures / Charles Musser -- 2. Exhibition Practices in Transition: Spectators, Audiences, and Projectors / Jan Olsson -- 3. Reel Changes: Post-mortem Cinephilia or the Resistance of Melancholia / Andre Habib -- 4. Walter Benjamin's Play Room: Where the Future So Eloquently Nests, or: What is Cinema Again? / Dana Cooley -- Section II Study -- 5. Hitchcock, Film Studies, and New Media: The Impact of Technology on the Analysis of Film / David Colangelo -- 6. Film Analysis and Statistics: A Field Report / Charles O'Brien -- 7. A `Distant Reading' of the `Chaser Theory': Local Views and the Digital Generation of New Cinema History / Paul Moore -- Section III Theory -- 8. Cine-Graphism: A New Approach to the Evolution of Film Language through Technology / Tom Gunning -- 9. Can We Have the Cave and Leave It Too? On the Meaning of Cinema as Technology / Vinzenz Hediger -- 10. On Viewfinders, Video Assist Systems, and Tape Splicers: Questioning the History of Techniques and Technology in Cinema / Benoit Turquety.

"This volume brings together a wide range of research on the ways in which technological innovations have established new and changing conditions for the experience, study and theorization of film. Drawn from the IMPACT film conference (The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Historiography and Theory of Cinema) held in Montreal in 2011, the book includes contributions from such leading figures in the field as Tom Gunning, Charles Musser, Jan Olsson and Vinzenz Hediger."--Publisher website

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