Archives, Ephemeral Cinema, and New Screen Histories in Canada
Dir. : Zoë Druick and Gerda Cammaer
What do digital platforms mean for cinema studies in Canada? In an era when digital media are proliferating and thousands upon thousands of clips are available online, it seems counter-intuitive to say that audio-visual history is quickly disappearing. But the two processes are actually happening in tandem. Adopting a media-archaeological approach to the history of cinema, contributors to Cinephemera cover a wide range of pressing issues relating to Canadian cinema's ephemerality, including neglected or overlooked histories, the work of found footage filmmakers, questions about access and copyright, and practices of film archiving.
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|Anglais||Broché / souple||6 x 9||32.95 $ CA||414|