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The Film Spectator

From Sign to Mind (Amsterdam University Press - Film Culture in Transition)
  • 258 Pages
  • 3.28 MB
  • English
Amsterdam University Press
Film theory & criticism, Performing Arts, Film Theory, Pop Arts / Pop Culture, Cinema/Film: Book, Semiotics, Philosophy, Film & Video - History & Criticism, General, Performing Arts / Film / General, Film & Video - General, Motion pic
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL9490807M
ISBN 109053561315
ISBN 139789053561317

As a film enthusiast and current film instructor, I would like to share with you some of my reflections on spectatorship, cinema culture, and cinema as art. All postings and essays are works reflecting my own thoughts and ideas based on my research, experiences as a film spectator and instructor, and studies.

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[Warren Buckland;] -- This is the first collection of essays in English to give prominence to the work of European film scholars whose aim is "to understand how film is understood." The Film Spectator raises fundamental. Everyone knows the thrill of being transported by a film, but what is it that makes movie watching such a compelling emotional experience.

In Moving Viewers, Carl Plantinga explores this question and the implications of its answer for aesthetics, the psychology of spectatorship, and the place of movies in culture. Through an in-depth discussion of.

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She lives in Turin, Italy, where she works as a simultaneous translator. There are no romantic relationships in her life, but she allows herself one almost ritualistic attachment: that of observing Massimo, a man in his /10().

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Difference Between Audience and Spectator Origins. Audience comes from Latin audire meaning ‘hear’. Spectator comes from Latin spectare meaning ‘gaze at’, or ‘observe’.

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