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The virtual life of film [electronic resource] / D.N. Rodowick.

By: Rodowick, David Norman.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2007Description: 1 online resource (x, 193 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780674042834 (electronic bk.); 0674042832 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Photography -- Digital techniques | Digital cinematography | Cin�ema num�erique | Photographie num�erique | PHOTOGRAPHY -- Techniques -- Cinematography & Videography | ART -- Film & Video | Filmkunst | Digitale techniekenGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Virtual life of film.DDC classification: 778.5/3 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
I. The virtual life of film. Futureworld -- The incredible shrinking medium -- Back to the future -- II. What was cinema? Film begets video -- The death of cinema and the birth of film studies -- A medium in all things -- Automatisms and art -- Automatism and photography -- Succession and the film strip -- Ways of worldmaking -- A world past -- An ethics of time -- III. A new landscape (without image). An elegy for film -- The new "media" -- Paradoxes of perceptual realism -- Real is as real does -- Lost in translation: analogy and index revisited -- Simulation, or automatism as algorithm -- An image that is not "one" -- Two futures for electronic images, or what comes after photography? -- The digital event -- Transcoded ontologies, or "a guess at the riddle" -- Old and new, or the (virtual) renascence of cinema studies.
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I. The virtual life of film. Futureworld -- The incredible shrinking medium -- Back to the future -- II. What was cinema? Film begets video -- The death of cinema and the birth of film studies -- A medium in all things -- Automatisms and art -- Automatism and photography -- Succession and the film strip -- Ways of worldmaking -- A world past -- An ethics of time -- III. A new landscape (without image). An elegy for film -- The new "media" -- Paradoxes of perceptual realism -- Real is as real does -- Lost in translation: analogy and index revisited -- Simulation, or automatism as algorithm -- An image that is not "one" -- Two futures for electronic images, or what comes after photography? -- The digital event -- Transcoded ontologies, or "a guess at the riddle" -- Old and new, or the (virtual) renascence of cinema studies.

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