cinema

Target practice with Relays and Keys (anti-aircraft computer built from telephone relays). Advertisement. 1945. Bell Telephone Laboratories. From Popular Science.

Tom Gunning on the Moving Image

In this lecture Tom Gunning discusses the blow book, magic, and the history of cinema. This image of a blow book comes from Werner Nekes, http://wernernekes.de/00_cms/cms/front_content.php?idart=505

This episode features a bootleg recording of film historian Thomas Gunning delivering the lecture "Inventing the Moving Image (and then Forgetting It)" in June 2010 at the workshop On the Periphery of Cinema: Practices, Materials, Objects organized by Katja Müller-Helle and Alena J.

What is Postcinema? Interview with Steven Shaviro (Episode 12)

Theorists of non-continuity: Marx, Engels, and Steven Shaviro. Source: @shaviro Twitter feed

Film and media theorist Steven Shaviro discusses postcinema, the meaning of the affective turn in the humanities, non-continuity in contemporary film cultures, digital technologies, neoliberalism, the place of politics in the academy, Harmony Korine's SPRING BREAKERS, and the aesthetics of Disney Stars gone bad. This discussion elaborates on Dr. Shaviro's lecture available as episode 11 of the CULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES podcast.

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Steven Shaviro on SPRING BREAKERS by Harmony Korine (Episode 11)

This episode features film theorist Steven Shaviro's lecture "'Every time I try to Fly': Hamony Korine's Spring Breakers," held on Nov 22, 2013 at the Post-Cinematic Perspectives conference (organized by Dr. Lisa Åkervall and Dr.

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