The State of Post-Cinema

Tracing the Moving Image in the Age of Digital Dissemination
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Addresses circulations of the moving image in the global experimental cinema underground
Acknowledgments.- Introduction.- Like Water: On the Reconfigurations of the Cinema in the Age of Digital Networks (Malte Hagener, Vinzenz Hediger, Alena Strohmaier).- I. Informal Economies: Promises and Threats of Dissemination Technologies.- Venice to Go: Digital Circulation and the Value of Cultural In/difference in Film (Vinzenz Hediger).- Arab Storytelling in the Digital Age: From Musalsalat to Web Drama? (Alexandra Buccianti).- Mapping the Circulation of Films by Women Filmmakers with Maghrebi Funding (Patricia Caillé).- II. Informal Networks: National-Regional-Global Nexus.- The Good Pirates: Moroccan Cinema in the Age of Digital Reproduction (Jamal Bahmad).- Watching the Forbidden: Reception of Banned Films in Iran (Zeydabadi-Nejad).- Why Sories Matter: Jafar Panahi and the Contours of Cinema (Alena Strohmaier).- Informal Translation, Post-Cinema and Global Media Flows (Tessa Dwyer and Ramon Lobato).- III. Informal Aesthetics: Reshaping Cine-Cultures.- Post-Cinematic Distribution Flows. Alternative Content, Sports Films and the (In)stability of the Multiplex Market (Florian Hoof).- Distributing Moving Image Art After Digitization (Erika Balsom).- Cinephilia and Film Culture in the Age of Digital Networks (Malte Hagener).- The Secret Lives of Images (Marc Siegel).- Interview with Kevin B. Lee.- Index
This book approaches the topic of the state of post-cinema from a new direction. The authors explore how film has left the cinema as a fixed site and institution and now appears ubiquitous - in the museum and on the street, on planes and cars and new digital communication platforms of various kinds. The authors investigate how film has become more than cinema, no longer a medium that is based on the photochemical recording and replay of movement. Most often, the state of post-cinema is conceptualized from the "high end" of the most advanced technology; discussions focus on performance capture and digital 3-D, 4-K projection and industrial light & magic. Here, the authors' approach is focused on the "low-end" circulation of filmic images. This includes informal networks of exchange and transaction, such as p2p-networks, video platforms and so called "piracy" with a special focus on the Middle East and North Africa, where political and social transformations make new forms of circulation and presentation particularly visible.
Editiert von: Malte Hagener, Vinzenz Hediger, Alena Strohmaier
Malte Hagener is professor for film at Philipps-Universität Marburg. Recent publications include Moving Forward, Looking Back: The European Avant-garde and the Invention of Film Culture (2007), Film Theory: An Introduction through the Senses(2010, with T. Elseasser) and The Emergence of Film Culture (2014, as editor).

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Autor: Malte Hagener
ISBN-13 :: 9781137529381
ISBN: 1137529385
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.01.2017
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Gewicht: 457g
Seiten: 233
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 218x151x22 mm, Bibliographie
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