Animating film theory /

"Animating Film Theory provides an enriched understanding of the relationship between two of the most unwieldy and unstable organizing concepts in cinema and media studies: animation and film theory. For the most part, animation has been excluded from the purview of film theory. The contributor...

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Other Authors: Beckman, Karen Redrobe, 1971- (Editor)
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Language:English
Published: Durham : Duke University Press, 2014.
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505 0 |a Animation and history / Esther Leslie -- Animating the instant : the secret symmetry between animation and photography / Tom Gunning -- Polygraphic photography and the origins of 3-D animation / Alexander R. Galloway -- "A living, developing egg is present before you" : animation, scientific visualization, modeling / Oliver Gaycken -- André Martin, inventor of animation cinema : prolegomena for a history of terms / Hervé Joubert-Laurencin; translated by Lucy Swanson -- "First principles" of animation / Alan Cholodenko -- Animation, in theory / Suzanne Buchan -- Film as experiment in animation : are films experiments on human beings? / Gertrud Koch; translated by Daniel Hendrickson -- Frame shot : Vertov's ideologies of animation / Mihaela Mihailova and John MacKay -- Signatures of motion : Len Lye's scratch films and the energy of the line / Andrew R. Johnston -- Animating copies : Japanese graphic design, the Xerox machine, and Walter Benjamin / Yuriko Furuhata -- Framing the postmodern : the rhetoric of animated form in experimental identity-politics documentary video in the 1980s and 1990s / Tess Takahashi -- Cartoon film theory : Imamura Taihei on animation, documentary, and photography / Thomas LaMarre -- African American representation through the combination of live action and animation / Christopher P. Lehman -- Animating uncommon life : U.S. Military malaria films (1942-1945) and the Pacific theater / Bishnupriya Ghosh -- Realism in the animation media environment : animation theory from Japan / Marc Steinberg -- Some observations pertaining to cartoon physics; or, The cartoon cat in the machine / Scott Bukatman. 
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