Film Theory: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies

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Philip Simpson, Andrew Utterson, Karen J. Shepherdson
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - Cinematography - 328 pages
 

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Contents

PART
2
Narrative and narration 187
10
PART
12
Towards a critical theory of Third World films 355
13
The digital revolution and the future cinema 373
15
The ontology of the photographic image
19
The birth of the sixth art
25
Sculptureinmotion
34
Extract from The montage of film attractions
99
reviewing social realism
100
PART 11
106
The plastic material
114
a question of identification?
125
The evolution of the language of cinema
136
PART 8
137
language or language system?
149

Some ideas on the cinema
40
The means of the photoplay
41
Photogénie
49
early film and the incredulous
50
notes on some Brechtian theses
51
the visual idea
57
The instrument of discovery and the instrument of inventionthe
63
A lecture on realism
72
Concerning uniqueness claims for photographic
81
perceptual realism digital images and film theory
85
motion picture exhibition
96
Personal identities and representation
165
The semiology of the cinema
177
research notes on some Eisenstein stills
197
Past present and future
219
a revolution
229
Principles of narration
245
The myth of total cinema
261
the political unconscious of formalist theory
268
Digital cinema and the history of a moving image
285
The auteur theory 39
296
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