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THE ADVANCED RESEARCH TEAM ON HISTORY AND EPISTEMOLOGY OF MOVING IMAGE STUDY IS DEDICATED TO INVESTIGATING THE EVOLUTION AND THE VARIOUS FACETS OF FILM AND MOVING IMAGE STUDIES AS DISCIPLINARY PROJECTS WITHIN ACADEMIA AND BEYOND
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Lefebvre, Martin
Il n'est peut-être pas de meilleure facon de décrire l'ensemble de l'œuvre de Francois Truffaut que de la considérer comme une immense galerie des glaces.
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Furuhata, Yuriko
During the 1960s and early 1970s, Japanese avant-garde filmmakers intensely explored the shifting role of the image in political activism and media events. Known as the "season of politics," the era was filled with widely covered dramatic events from hijackings and hostage crises to student protests. This season of politics was, Yuriko Furuhata argues, the season of image politics.
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Steinberg, Marc
In Anime’s Media Mix, Marc Steinberg convincingly shows that anime is far more than a style of Japanese animation.
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Acland, Charles

Since the late 1950s, the idea that hidden, imperceptible messages could influence mass behaviour has been debated, feared, and ridiculed. In Swift Viewing, Charles R. Acland reveals the secret story of subliminal influence, showing how an obscure concept from experimental psychology became a mainstream belief about our vulnerability to manipulation in an age of media clutter.

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Cowan, Michael

Modernity, as has often been observed, was fundamentally concerned with questions of temporality. The period around 1900, in particular, witnessed numerous efforts to define, discipline or 'liberate' temporal experience. Within this broader framework of thinking about temporality, 'rhythm' came to form the object of an intense and widespread preoccupation.

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By exploring the use of film in mid-twentieth-century institutions, including libraries, museums, classrooms, and professional organizations, the essays in Useful Cinema show how moving images became an ordinary feature of American life.

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Salazkina, Masha
During the 1920s and ’30s, Mexico attracted an international roster of artists and intellectuals—including Orson Welles, Katherine Anne Porter, and Leon Trotsky—who were drawn to the heady tumult engendered by battling cultural ideologies in an emerging center for the avant-garde.
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A new book edited by Rosanna Maule and Julie Beaulieu has been released. In the Dark Room examines Duras's contribution to contemporary cinema. You can purchase the book here.

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