Widescreen

Watching. Real. People. Elsewhere

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Cinema has undergone huge changes in the last decade: Asian filmmaking has been making the running; the ne'er do well genre, documentary, has broken through; digitilisation and DVD has revived film history and is revolutionising projection; world cinema has shifted in the direction of the real and the visually grainy; and animation has become more dominant that any time since Disney. Month by month, in the acclaimed journal Prospect, critic and filmmaker Mark Cousins has charted and contextualised these changes. Writing from Britain, Europe, Iran, India and Mexico, he has looked at the social trends and aesthetic implications of modern cinema's shifting sands. Widescreen: Watching. Real. People. Elsewhere is the result; a sceptical, passionate, eye-witness account of film today, argued originally and written with panache.

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ISBN: 9781905674626
Datum uitgifte: 2008


Dit artikel werd toegevoegd op Tuesday 30 November, 1999.

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