Besides the screen: moving images through distribution, promotion and curation

Virginia Crisp (Editor), G.M. Gonring (Editor)

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Abstract

Besides the Screen seeks to make an intervention into film and screen studies by examining and considering the elements of cinematic experience, production and dissemination that exist beside the screen. New media technologies impact cinema well beyond the screen; they also promote the reorganization of its logic of distribution, modes of consumption and viewing regimes. This publication speculates about the changes in modes of accessing, distributing, storing and promoting moving images and how they might affect cinematographic experience, economy and historiography. In doing so, Besides the Screen examines three key themes: distribution, promotion and curation. The volume's main argument is that we must examine those practices that exist besides the screen if we are to consider fully how filmic experience is mediated by various technological and societal changes in the early decades of the twenty-first century.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
ISBN (Print)9781137471017
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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The full text of this book is not available from the repository. Please note V. Crisp & G.M. Gonring are the editors of this book.

Keywords

  • film and television
  • direction and production
  • film and television industry
  • cultural and media studies
  • new media and digital media

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  • In the grooves of the cinematographic circuit

    Gonring, G. M. & Crisp, V., Jan 2015, Besides the Screen: Moving Images through Distribution, Promotion and Curation. Gonring, G. M. & Crisp, V. (eds.). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 1-20

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