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Cinema Futures: Cain, Abel or Cable?

The Screen Arts in the Digital Age (Amsterdam University Press - Film Culture in Transition)

by Kay Hoffmann

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Published by Amsterdam University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cinema industry,
  • Films, cinema,
  • Radio & television industry,
  • Performing Arts / Film / General,
  • Motion pictures,
  • Motion pictures and television,
  • Television,
  • Performing Arts/Dance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12808220M
    ISBN 109053563121
    ISBN 109789053563120


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Examining the complex dynamics of convergence and divergence among the audio-visual media, the authors are realistic in their estimate of the future of the cinema's distinctive aesthetic identity Cited by: 8. In the late s, the cinema was pronounced dead. Television, like a Biblical Cain had slain his brother Abel.

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Cinema Futures: Cain, Abel or Cable. presents a careful and forceful argument about predictions that tend to be made when new technologies appear. Examining the complex dynamics of convergence and divergence among the audio-visual media, the authors are realistic in their estimate of the future of the cinema's aesthetic identity, and robustly optimistic that the.

Thomas Elsaesser (bornin Berlin-Charlottenburg) is an international film historian and professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of Amsterdam. He is also the writer and director of The Sun Island, a documentary essay film about his grandfather, the renowned architect Martin Elsaesser.

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Digital cinema: delivery event, time Book title Cinema futures: Cain, Abel or cable?: the screen arts in the digital age Pages (from-to) Number of pages 22 Publisher Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press ISBN Serie Film culture in transition Document type Chapter Faculty Faculty of Humanities (FGw) Institute.

Ellis, JCinema and Television: Laios and Oedipus. in T Elsaesser & K Hoffmann (eds), Cinema Futures: Cain, Abel or Cable?. Amsterdam University Press, pp.

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Carter Moulton. Carter Moulton. Elsaesser, T, Hoffman, K (eds) Cinema Futures: Cain, Abel or Cable. The New Media Book. London. Wheeler Winston Dixon, The Second Century of Cinema: The Past and Future of the Moving Image (Albany: SUNY Press, ), 4.

↩ Paolo Cerchi Usai, The Death of Cinema: History, Cultural Memory and the Digital Dark Age (London: BFI, ). ↩ Ibid., ↩ Dominique Païni, Le Cinéma: un art moderne (Paris: Cahiers du cinéma, ), Request PDF | On Jan 1,Ivan Bort Gual and others published Film Screens // Pantallas de(l) cine | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

3 Ibid., p. 98 I call this plotline the future because it is the future from the spectator's point of view (at least in the year the movie was released).