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AN AESTHETIC OF ASTONISHMENT : EARLY FILM AND THE INCREDULOUS SPECTATOR
Written in English
In: Art & Text no.34 (Spring 1989) : 31-45.
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An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the Incredulous Spectator. Is part of Book Title Film theory and criticism: introductory readings Author(s) Leo Braudy, Marshall Cohen Date Publisher Oxford University Press Pub place New York Edition 7th ed ISBN ISBN AN AESTHETIC OF ASTONISHMENT: EARLY FILM AND THE INCREDULOUS SPECTATOR by TOM GUNNING, unknown edition, in English.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. AN AESTHETIC OF ASTONISHMENT: EARLY FILM AND THE INCREDULOUS SPECTATOR by TOM GUNNING; 1 edition. 3 The above argument can be observed from the discussions presented in the article “An Aesthetics of Astonishment” by Tom Gunning.
The author argues that cinematography has for decades presented a world characterized by vividness. At the same time, vitality is also diminished by non-realistic qualities such a deprivation of words and lives shorn of the living.
Tom Gunning, An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the (In)credulous Spectator, Art and Text 34 (Spring ). An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the (In)credulous Spectator. Add to My Bookmarks Export Tom, Gunning Is part of Book Title Film theory and criticism: introductory readings Author(s) Leo Braudy, Marshall Cohen Date Publisher Oxford University Press The Rise of the American Film Industry Previous: Silent Films and.
Unformatted text preview: TOM GUNNING AN AESTHETIC OF ASTONISHMENT: EARLY FILM AND THE (IN) SPECTATOR TERROR IN THE AISLES The damming of the stream of real life, the moment when its ﬂow comes to a standstill, makes itself felt as reﬂux: this reﬂux is BENJAMIN, “What Is Epic Theatre?" (ﬁrst version) In traditional.
Tom Gunning. “An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the Incredulous Spectator.” In Viewing Positions: Ways of Seeing Film, edited by Linda Williams, – New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press.
Gunning, Tom, “An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the Incredulous Spectator,” in Viewing Positions: Ways of Seeing Film, ed. Linda Williams (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, ), p. An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the Incredulous Spectator Tom Gunning Schlossberg 's Passing: Identity and Interpretation in Sexuality, Race, and Religion.
Gunning, Tom, “An Aesthetic of Astonishment: Early Film and the Incredulous Spectator,” in Film Theory and Criticism, ed. Braudy, Leo and Cohen, Marshall (New Author: Baz Dreisinger. ular culture and early film history. One will recall that Roland Barthes defines myth-making as a deformation of meaning.
Myth empties the material and historical depths of a given image or object, replacing them with a thin scrim of concepts and cultural fictions imposed from elsewhere.3 The mythology of Lumière rests upon historical. Gunning Tom Gunning, " An Aesthetics of Astonishment: Early Film and the Incredulous Spectator, " Art & Text, no.
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