A wide-ranging collection of essays on the film-philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. Deleuze and Film explores how different films from around the world 'think' about topics like history, national identity, geopolitics, ethics, gender, genre, affect, religion, surveillance culture, digital aesthetics and the body. Mapping the global diversity of this cinematic thinking, this book greatly expands upon the range of films discussed in Deleuze's Cinema books.Indeed, Fincher states that the digital system relies heavily on a#39;manual overridea#39; to allow the digital artists to complete a fully realistic ... that special/new type of star, which, if observed under a greater magnification, actually reveals itself to be an entire galaxy, composed of myriad swirling ... Brown, W. (2009b), a#39;Beowulf: The Digital Monster Moviea#39;, in animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 4 (2): 153a 68.
|Title||:||Deleuze and Film|
|Author||:||David Martin-Jones, William Brown|
|Publisher||:||Edinburgh University Press - 2012-04-04|