Doom patrols : a theoretical fiction about postmodernism / Steven Shaviro
London: High Risk Books, 1997.
Echographies of television : filmed interviews / Jacques Derrida and Bernard Stiegler ; translated by Jennifer Bajorek.
Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, .
Call No: 62 WUR Author: Derrida, Jacques; Stiegler, Bernard; Bajorek, Jennifer Source: UK Place: Cambridge, UK Publisher: Polity Press PubDate:  PhysDes: viii, 174 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm Subject: ADORNO, THEODOR W.; DERRIDA, JACQUES; FOUCAULT, MICHEL; FASSBENDER, MICHAEL; FASSBINDER, RAINER WERNER; HERZOG, WERNER; HITCHCOCK, ALFRED Summary: "In this new book, Jacques Derrida talks with Bernard Stiegler about the effect of teletechnologies on our philosophical and political moment. Improvising before a camera, the two philosophers are confronted by the very technologies they discuss and so are forced to address all the more directly the urgent questions that they raise. What does it mean to speak of the present in a situation of "live" recording? How can we respond, responsibly, to a question when we know that the so-called "natural" conditions of expression, discussion, reflection, and deliberation have been breached?" "As Derrida and Stiegler discuss the role of teletechnologies in modern society, the political implications of Derrida's thought become apparent. Drawing on recent events in Europe, Derrida and Stiegler explore the impact of television and the internet on our understanding of the state, its borders and citizenship. Their discussion examines the relationship between the juridical and the technical, and it shows how new technologies for manipulating and transmitting images have influenced our notions of democracy, history and the body. The book opens with a shorter interview with Derrida on the news media, and closes with a provocative essay by Stiegler on the epistemology of digital photography." "In Echographies of Television, Derrida and Stiegler open up questions that are of key social and political importance. Their book will be of great interest to all those already familiar with Derrida's work, as well as to students and scholars of philosophy, literature, sociology and media studies."--BOOK JACKET. Notes: Includes bibliographical references. - Translation from the French. ISBN: 074562037X Contents: Artifactualities / Jacques Derrida -- Echographies of Television / Jacques Derrida and Bernard Stiegler -- 1. Right of Inspection -- 2. Artifactuality, Homohegemony -- 3. Acts of Memory: Topolitics and Teletechnology -- 4. Inheritances - and Rhythm -- 5. The "Cultural Exception": The States of the State, the Event -- 6. The Archive Market: Truth, Testimony, Evidence -- 7. Phonographies: Meaning - from Heritage to Horizon -- 8. Spectrographies -- 9. Vigilances of the Unconscious -- The Discrete Image / Bernard Stiegler. More info
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Gender and knowledge : elements of a postmodern feminism / Susan J. Hekman
Oxford: Polity, 1990.
Inventing film studies / Lee Grieveson and Haidee Wasson, editors
Durham: Duke University Press, 2008.
Call No: 670 INV GRI Author: Grieveson, Lee; Wasson, Haidee Source: UK Place: Durham Publisher: Duke University Press PubDate: 2008 PhysDes: xxxii, 446 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: American Film Institute; AVANT-GARDE FILMS; COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGERY; CRITICISM; FILM ART MEDIA; FILM CULTURE; FILM NOIR; FILM STUDY AND RESEARCH; FILMOGRAPHIES; HISTORY OF CINEMA. SILENT PERIOD; MARXISM AND THE CINEMA; MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA; MUSEUM OF MODERN ART [NEW YORK]; PHILOSOPHY AND THE CINEMA; PSYCHOANALYSIS AND THE CINEMA; REALISM IN FILMS; SOCIETIES, FILM; SOCIOLOGY AND THE CINEMA; SPECTATORSHIP; ALTHUSSER, LOUIS; BACHMANN, GIDEON; BARRY, IRIS; BAZIN, ANDRE; BELLOUR, RAYMOND; BERGSTROM, JANET; BORDWELL, DAVID; BRAKHAGE, STAN; BURGESS, ERNEST; BUSCOMBE, ED; CHAPLIN, CHARLES; COOK, PAM; DEREN, MAYA; FOUCAULT, MICHEL; FULLER, SAMUEL; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; GRIERSON, JOHN; GRIFFITH, DAVID WARK; GRIFFITHS, RICHARD; HAWKS, HOWARD; HAYS, WILL; HEATH, STEPHEN; HUFF, THEODORE; MACCABE, COLIN; METZ, CHRISTIAN; PARK, ROBERT; PATTERSON, FRANCES TAYLOR; PENLEY, CONSTANCE; RAINER, YVONNE; RAMSAYE, TERRY; RICHTER, HANS; ROTHA, PAUL; SARRIS, ANDREW; SCORSESE, MARTIN; SELDES, GILBERT; SHORT, REV WILLIAM H; STERN, SEYMOUR; THRASHER, FREDRICK; VOGEL, AMOS; VON STROHEIM, ERICH; WEINBERG, HERMAN G; WHANNEL, PADDY; WOLLEN, PETER Summary: Inventing Film Studies offers original and provocative insights into the institutional and intellectual foundations of cinema studies. Many scholars have linked the origins of the discipline to late-1960s developments in the academy such as structuralist theory and student protest. Yet this collection reveals the broader material and institutional forces—both inside and outside of the university—that have long shaped the field. Beginning with the first investigations of cinema in the early twentieth century, this volume provides detailed examinations of the varied social, political, and intellectual milieus in which knowledge of cinema has been generated. The contributors explain how multiple instantiations of film study have had a tremendous influence on the methodologies, curricula, modes of publication, and professional organizations that now constitute the university-based discipline. Extending the historical insights into the present, contributors also consider the directions film study might take in changing technological and cultural environments. -- Publisher description Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 9780822342892 Contents: The Academy and Motion Pictures / Lee Grieveson, Haidee Wasson
-- Making Cinema Knowable --
Cinema Studies and the Conduct of Conduct / Lee Grieveson
Taking Liberties: The Payne Fund Studies and the Creation of the Media Expert / Mark Lynn Anderson
"Reaching the Multimillions": Liberal Internationalism and the Establishment of Documentary Film / Zoe Druick
Young Art, Old Colleges: Early Episodes in the American Study of Film / Dana Polan
-- Making Cinema Educational --
Studying Movies at the Museum: The Museum of Modern Art and Cinema's Changing Object / Haidee Wasson
Classrooms, Clubs, and Community Circuits: Cultural Authority and the Film Council Movement, 1946-1957 / Charles R. Acland
Experimental Film and the Development of Film Study in America / Michael Zryd
From Cinephilia to Film Studies / Laura Mulvev, Peter Wollen
-- Making Cinema Legible --
Experimentation and Innovation in Three American Film Journals of the 1950s / Haden Guest
Screen and 1970s Film Theory / Philip Rosen
(Re)Inventing Camera Obscura / Amelie Hastie, Lynne Joyrich, Patricia White, Sharon Willis
Little Books / Mark Betz
-- Making and Remaking Cinema Studies --
Footstool Film School: Home Entertainment as Home Education / Alison Trope
Dr. Strange Media, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Film Theory / D. N. Rodowick More info
Philosophy goes to the movies : an introduction to philosophy / Christopher Falzon
London: Routledge, 2002.
Call No: 626 FAL Author: Falzon, Christopher Edition: third edition Place: London Publisher: Routledge PubDate: 2002 PhysDes: 330p. : illustrations ; 24 cm Subject: PHILOSOPHY AND THE CINEMA; THEORY; FOUCAULT, MICHEL; A NOUS, LA LIBERTE! (FR, Rene Clair, 1931); ADDICTION, THE (US, Abel Ferrara, 1995); AGNES OF GOD (US, Norman Jewison, 1985); AGUIRRE, DER ZORN GOTTES (GW, Werner Herzog, 1972); ALIEN RESURRECTION (US, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1997); ALL OF ME (US, Carl Reiner, 1984); ALPHAVILLE (FR, Jean-Luc Godard, 1965); AMADEUS (US, Milos Forman, 1984); AMATEUR (US, Hal Hartley, 1994); ANGEL HEART (US, Alan Parker, 1987); ANTZ (US, Eric Darnell, Lawrence Guterman & Tim Johnson II, 1998); APOCALYPSE NOW (US, Francis Ford Coppola, 1979); BASIC INSTINCT (US, Paul Verhoeven, 1992); BEAVIS AND BUTTHEAD DO AMERICA (US, Mike Judge, 1996); BEDAZZLED (US, Stanely Donen, 1967); BEING JOHN MALKOVICH (UK/US, Spike Jonze, 1999); BEING THERE (US, Hal Ashby, 1979); BIG (US, Penny Marshall, 1988); BIG SLEEP, THE (US, Howard Hawkes, 1946); BLADE RUNNER (US, Ridley Scott, 1982); BLAISE PASCAL (IT, Roberto Rossellini, 1972); BLUE VELVET (US, David Lynch, 1986); BOB ROBERTS (US, Tim Robbins, 1992); BRAZIL; BREAKER MORANT (AT, Bruce Beresford, 1980); A BOUT DE SOUFFLE (FR, Jean-Luc Godard, 1959); BREATHLESS (FR, Jean-Luc Godard, 1959); CABARET (US, Bob Fosse, 1972); CASABLANCA (US, Michael Curtiz, 1942); CASPER (US, Brad Silberling, 1995); CHANCES ARE (US, Emile Ardolino, 1989); CHINATOWN (US, Roman Polanski, 1974); CINEMA PLUS; CITIZEN KANE (US, Orson Welles, 1941); CLOCKWORK ORANGE, A (UK, Stanley Kubrick, 1971); COLOSSUS: FORBIN PROJECT (US, Joseph Sargent, 1970); CONFORMISTA, IL (IT/FR, Bernardo Bertolucci, 1970); COOK, THE THIEF, HIS WIFE & HER LOVER, THE (NE/FR, Peter Greenaway, 1989); CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS (US, Woody Allen, 1989); CRIMES OF PASSION (US, Ken Russell, 1984); CRUCIBLE, THE (US, Nicholas Hytner, 1996); CRYING GAME, THE (UK, Neil Jordan, 1992); DANGEROUS LIAISONS (US, Stephen Frears, 1988); DARK CITY (US, Alex Proyas, 1997); DARK STAR (US, John Carpenter, 1974); DEAD AGAIN (US, Kenneth Branagh, 1991); DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND (AT, Fred Schepisi, 1976); DRACULA (US, Tod Browning, 1931); EASY RIDER (US, Dennis Hopper, 1969); EDUCATING RITA (UK, Lewis Gilbert, 1983); ELEPHANT MAN, THE (US, David Lynch, 1980); ENEMY OF THE STATE (US, Tony Scott, 1998); JEDER FUR SICH UND GOTT GEGEN ALLE (GW, Werner Herzog, 1974); FACE/OFF (US, John Woo [pseud. of Wu Yusen], 1997); FAHRENHEIT 451 (UK, Francois Truffaut, 1966); FATAL ATTRACTION (US, Adrian Lyne, 1987); FIVE EASY PIECES (US, Bob Rafelson, 1970); FLY, THE (US, David Cronenberg, 1986); FORTRESS (AT/US, Stuart Gordon, 1993); FRANKENSTEIN (US, James Whale, 1931); FRIGHTENERS, THE (NZ/US, Peter Jackson, 1996); FULL METAL JACKET (UK, Stanley Kubrick, 1987); GATTACA (US, Andrew Niccol, 1997); GHOST (US, Jerry Zucker, 1990); GHOSTS. . . OF THE CIVIL DEAD (AT, John Hillcoat, 1988); ANGST DES TORMANNS BEIM ELFMETER, DIE (GW/AU, Wim Wenders, 1972); GROUNDHOG DAY (US, Harold Ramis, 1993); HANDMAID'S TALE, THE (US/GW, Volker Schlondorff, 1990); HANNAH AND HER SISTERS (US, Woody Allen, 1986); HE SAID, SHE SAID (US, Ken Kwapis and Marisa Silver, 1991); HIGH HOPES (UK, Mike Leigh, 1988); HIGH NOON (US, Fred Zinnemann, 1952); HILARY AND JACKIE (UK, Anand Tucker, 1998); MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (UK, Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones, 1974); IF... (UK, Lindsay Anderson, 1968); INHERIT THE WIND (US, Stanley Kramer, 1960); INTERIORS (US, Woody Allen, 1978); INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE (US, Neil Jordan, 1994); INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS (US, Don Siegel, 1956); ISLAND OF LOST SOULS, THE (US, Erle C. Kenton, 1932); IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE (US, Frank Capra, 1946); JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG (US, Stanley Kramer, 1961); JURASSIC PARK (US, Steven Spielberg,, 1993); KOYAANISQATSI (US, Godfrey Reggio, 1982); LADYBIRD, LADYBIRD (UK, Kenneth Loach, 1994); ULTIMA CENA, LA (CU, Tomas Gutierrez Alea, 1976); MONTY PYTHON'S LIFE OF BRIAN (UK, Terry Jones, 1979); LOVE AND DEATH (US, Woody Allen, 1975); M (G, Fritz Lang, 1931); MAD MAX (AT, George Miller, 1979); MALTESE FALCON, THE (US, John Huston, 1941); MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, THE (US, John Frankenheimer, 1962); MATEWAN (US, John Sayles, 1987); MATRIX, THE (US, Larry Wachowski & Andy Wachowski, 1999); MONTY PYTHON'S THE MEANING OF LIFE (UK, Terry Jones, 1983); MEPHISTO (HU/GW, Istvan Szabo, 1981); METROPOLIS (G, Fritz Lang, 1926); MISSION, THE (UK, Roland Joffe, 1986); MODERN TIMES (US, Charles Chaplin, 1936); MON ONCLE (FR/IT, Jacques Tati, 1958); MONTY PYTHON AND THE HOLY GRAIL (UK, Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones, 1974); MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS[TV] (UK, 1969-1974); MY FAIR LADY (US, George Cukor, 1964); NAME DER ROSE, DER (GW/IT/FR, Jean-Jacques Annaud, 1986); NORMA RAE (US, Martin Ritt, 1979); NUTTY PROFESSOR, THE (US, Jerry Lewis, 1963); O LUCKY MAN! (UK, Lindsay Anderson, 1973); OKTIABR [OCTOBER] (UR, Sergei Eisenstein, 1928); OLIVIER, OLIVIER (FR, Agnieszka Holland, 1992); ON THE BEACH (US, Stanley Kramer, 1959); ON THE WATERFRONT (US, Elia Kazan, 1954); ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST (US, Milos Forman, 1975); PEOPLE VS LARRY FLYNT, THE (US, Milos Forman, 1996); PLAYER, THE (US, Robert Altman, 1992); PLAYTIME (FR, Jacques Tati, 1967); PRINCESS BRIDE, THE (US, Rob Reiner, 1987); PURA FORMALITA, UNA (IT/FR, Guiseppe Tornatore, 1994); STILTE ROND CHRISTINE M., DE (NE, Marleen Gorris, 1982); QUIZ SHOW (US, Robert Redford, 1994); RAIN (US, Louis Milestone, 1932); RAIN MAN (US, Barry Levinson, 1988); RAPTURE, THE (US, Michael Tolkin, 1991); RASHOMON (JA, Akira Kurosawa, 1950); REAR WINDOW (US, Alfred Hitchcock, 1954); REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (US, Nicholas Ray, 1955); RETOUR DE MARTIN GUERRE, LE (FR, Daniel Vigne, 1982); ROBOCOP (US, Paul Verhoeven, 1987); ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD (UK, Tom Stoppard, 1990); SALT OF THE EARTH (US, Herbert J. Biberman, 1954); SAVING PRIVATE RYAN (US, Steven Spielberg, 1998); SCHINDLER'S LIST (US, Steven Spielberg, 1993); SEA OF LOVE (US, Harold Becker, 1989); SEVEN [SE7EN] (US, David Fincher, 1995); SJUNDE INSEGLET, DET (SW, Ingmar Bergman, 1957); SHOCKER (US, Wes Craven, 1989); SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, THE (US, Jonathan Demme, 1991); SIMON DEL DESIERTO (MX, Luis Bunuel, 1965); SLEEPER (US, Woody Allen, 1973); SOPHIE'S CHOICE (US, Alan J. Pakula, 1982); STAGE FRIGHT (UK, Alfred Hitchcock, 1950); STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN (US, Nicholas Meyer, 1982); STAR TREK; STAR WARS (US, George Lucas, 1977); SUTURE (US, Scott McGehee & David Siegel, 1993); SWITCH (US, Blake Edwards, 1991); TERMINATOR, THE (US, James Cameron, 1984); TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (US, James Cameron, 1991); TESTAMENT DU DOCTEUR CORDELIER, LE (FR, Jean Renoir, 1961); THINGS TO COME (UK, William Cameron Menzies, 1936); TROIS COULEURS: BLEU (FR, Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1993); THREE FACES OF EVE (US, Nunnally Johnson, 1957); TOTAL RECALL (US, Paul Verhoeven, 1990); TRUMAN SHOW, THE (US, Peter Weir, 1998); USUAL SUSPECTS, THE (US, Bryan Singer, 1995); VICE VERSA (US, Brian Gilbert, 1988); JUNGFRUKALLAN (SW, Ingmar Bergman, 1960); WAG THE DOG (US, Barry Levinson, 1997); WALL STREET (US, Oliver Stone, 1987); WILD ONE, THE (US, Laslo Benedek, 1953); WITTGENSTEIN (UK, Derek Jarman, 1993); YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE (US, Fritz Lang, 1937) Summary: Now emulated in several competing publications, but still unsurpassed in clarity and insight, Philosophy Goes to the Movies: An Introduction to Philosophy, Third Edition builds on the approach that made the two earlier editions so successful. Drawing on many popular and some lesser known films from around the world, Christopher Falzon introduces students to key areas in philosophy, like: Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, The Theory of Knowledge, The Self and Personal Identity, Critical Thinking.
Perfect for beginners, this book guides the reader through philosophy using illuminating cinematic works, like Avatar, Inception, Fight Club, Wings of Desire, Run Lola Run, A Clockwork Orange, Blade Runner, Dirty Harry and many other films.
The fully revised and updated Third Edition features: an expanded introduction that provides a new discussion of the relationship between film and philosophy; new material on notable philosophers such as Aristotle, Merleau-Ponty and Rawls; and coverage of new topics like virtue ethics and what Socrates offers for critical thinking. An updated glossary, references and bibliography, and a filmography, are also included in the Third Edition. -- publisher's web site Notes: Includes glossary ISBN: 9780415538169 Contents: Preface -- Introduction -- 1 - Plato’s Picture Show - the theory of knowledge -- 2 - All of Me - the self and personal identity -- 3 - Crimes and Misdemeanors - moral philosophy -- 4 - Antz - social and political philosophy -- 5 - Modern Times - society, science, and technology -- 6 - The Holy Grail - critical thinking -- Further Reading -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Filmography -- Index More info
The philosophy of tv noir / edited by Steven M. Sanders and Aeon J. Skoble
Lexington, KN: University of Kentucky Press, c2008.
Call No: 734.1 PHI Author: Sanders, Steven M.; Skoble, Aeon J. Place: Lexington, KN Publisher: University of Kentucky Press PubDate: c2008 PhysDes: viiii, 272 p. ; 24 cm Series: the philosophy of popular culure Subject: AESTHETICS; ALIENS IN FILMS; CHARACTERIZATION IN FILMS; ETHICS AND TV; FILM NOIR; RELIGION AND TV; CARTER, CHRIS; FOUCAULT, MICHEL; GREENE, GRAHAM; BIG SLEEP, THE (US, Howard Hawkes, 1946); CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION [TV] (US/CA, 2000-); DARK CITY (US, Alex Proyas, 1997); D.O.A. (US, Ruldolph Mate, 1950); DOUBLE INDEMNITY (US, Billy Wilder, 1944); FUGITIVE, THE (US, Andrew Davis, 1993); HE WALKS BY NIGHT (US, Alfred Werker, 1948); LEVIATHAN (US/IT, George Pan Cosmatos, 1989); NAKED CITY [TV] (US, 1958-1963); X-FILES, THE [TV] (US, 1993-) Summary: Film noir reflects the fatalistic themes and visual style of hard-boiled novelists and many emigre filmmakers in 1940s and 1950s America, emphasizing crime, alienation, and moral ambiguity. In The Philosophy of TV Noir, Steven M. Sanders and Aeon J. Skoble argue that the legacy of film noir classics such as The Maltese Falcon, Kiss Me Deadly, and The Big Sleep is also found in episodic television from the mid-1950s to the present. In this first-of-its-kind collection, contributors from philosophy, film studies, and literature raise fundamental questions about the human predicament, giving this unique volume its moral resonance and demonstrating why television noir deserves our attention." "With this focus on the philosophical dimensions of crime, espionage, and science fiction series, The Philosophy of TV Noir draws out the full implications of film noir and establishes TV noir as an art form in its own right."--BOOK JACKET Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 9780813124490 Contents: Dragnet, film noir, and postwar realism / R. Barton Palmer -- Naked city: the relativist turn in TV noir / Robert E. Fitzgibbons -- John Drake in Greeneland: noir themes in Secret agent / Sander Lee -- Action and integrity in The fugitive / Aeon J. Skoble -- Noir et blanc in color: existentialism and Miami vice / Steven M. Sanders -- 24 and the existential man of revolt / Jennifer L. McMahon -- Carniva`le knowledge: give me that old-time noir religion / Eric Bronson -- The Sopranos, film noir, and nihilism / Kevin L. Stoehr -- CSI and the art of forensic detection / Deborah Knight, George McKnight -- Detection and the logic of abduction in The X-files / Jerold J. Abrams, Elizabeth Cooke -- Kingdom of darkness: autonomy and conspiracy in The X-files and Millennium / Michael Valdez Moses -- The prisoner and self-imprisonment / Shai Biderman, William J. Devlin -- Twin Peaks, noir, and open interpretation / Jason Holt. More info
The pirate's fiancee : feminism, reading, postmodernism / Meaghan Morris
London New York: Verso, 1988.
The subject of documentary / Michael Renov
Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2004.
Call No: 761 REN Author: Renov, Michael Place: Minneapolis, MN Publisher: University of Minnesota Press PubDate: 2004 PhysDes: xxiv, 286 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Series: Visible evididence: volume 16 Subject: DOCUMENTARIES; CINEMA VERITE; BARTHES, ROLAND; BRECHT, BERTHOLD; DERRIDA, JACQUES; FOUCAULT, MICHEL; FREUD, SIGMUND; GODARD, JEAN-LUC; IVENS, JORIS; LACAN, JACQUES; MCLUHAN, MARSHALL; MEKAS, JONAS; VERTOV, DZIGA; WEXLER, HASKELL; MEDIUM COOL (US, Haskell Wexler, 1969); CELOVEK S KINOAPPARATOM (UR, Dziga Vertov, 1929) Summary: "Michael Renov focuses on how documentary filmmaking has become an important means for both examining and constructing selfhood. Renov analyzes films in which the subjectivity of the filmmaker is expressly defined, from Haskell Wexler's Medium Cool to Jonas Mekas's Lost, Lost, Lost, and contemplates such nontraditional modes of autobiographical practice as the essay film, the video confession, and the personal Web page." -- Publisher's website. Notes: Essays either previously published or previously presented at various conferences.
Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9780816634415 Donation: Adrian Miles Contents: Part 1: Social subjectivity -- 1: Early newsreel : the construction of a political imaginary for the new left -- 2. The "real" in fiction : Brecht, Medium cool, and the refusal of incorporation -- 3. Warring images : stereotype and American representations of the Japanese, 1941-1991 -- 4. Lost, lost, lost : Mekas as essayist -- Part 2: The subject in theory -- 5. Charged vision : the place of desire in documentary film theory -- 6. The subject in history : the new autobiography in film and video -- 7. Filling up the hole in the real : death and mourning in contemporary documentary film and video -- 8. Documentary disavowals and the digital -- 9. Technology and ethnographic dialogue -- 10. The address to the other : ethical discourse in Everything's for you -- Part three: modes of subjectivity -- 11. New subjectivities : documentary and self-representation in the post-verite age -- 12. The electronic essay -- 13. Video confessions -- 14. Domestic ethnography and the construction of the "other" self. -- 15. The end of autobiography or new beginnings? (or, everything, you never knew you would know about someone you will probably never meet). More info
Vamps & tramps : new essays / Camille Paglia
London: Penguin, 1995, c1994.
Author: Paglia, Camille Place: London Publisher: Penguin PubDate: 1995, c1994 PhysDes: xxv, 532 p. : ill. ; 21 cm Subject: HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE CINEMA; PORNOGRAPHIC FILMS; POPULAR CULTURE AND THE CINEMA; SEX IN FILMS; TRANSVESTISM; FOUCAULT, MICHEL; GARLAND, JUDY; GREER, GERMAINE; LACAN, JACQUES; MONROE, MARILYN; REYNOLDS, DEBBIE; STREISAND, BARBRA; WILDE, OSCAR Notes: "First published in the USA by Vintage Books, 1994"
Includes bibliographical references and index ISBN: 014024825 More info