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The cinema of me : the self and subjectivity in first person documentary

Author: Alisa Lebow
Publisher: London [etc.] : Wallflower, 2012.
Series: Nonfictions
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alisa Lebow
ISBN: 9780231162142 0231162146 9780231162159 0231162154
OCLC Number: 809934463
Description: xiv, 273 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: AcknowledgmentsContributorsIntroduction, by Alisa LebowPart 1. First Person SingularThe Role of History in the Individual: Working Notes for a Film, by Michael ChananThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, by Andres Di TellaImpersonations of Glauber Rocha by Glauber Rocha, by Jose GattiThe Self-portrait Film: Michelangelo's Last Gaze, by Laura RascaroliCycles of Life: El cielo gira and Spanish Autobiographical Documentary, by Efren CuevasFrom the Interior: Space, Time and Queer Discursivity in Kamal Aljafari's The Roof, by Peter LimbrickPart 2. First Person PluralJennifer Fox's Transcultural Talking Cure: Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman, by Angelica FennerSecrets and Inner Voices: The Self and Subjectivity in Contemporary Indian Documentary, by Sabeena GadihokeIn the Eye of the Storm: The Political Stake of Israeli i-Movies, by Linda DittmarPart 3. Diasporic SubjectivityLooking for Home in Home Movies: The Home Mode in Caribbean Diaspora First Person Film and Video Practice, by Elspeth Kydd'If I Am (Not) for Myself': Michelle Citron's Diasporic First Person(s), by Sophie MayerThe Camera as Peripatetic Migration Machine, by Alisa LebowPart 4. Virtual SubjectivityBlogging Identity.com, by Peter HughesThe ME and the WE: A First Person Meditation on Media Translation in Three Acts, by Alexandra JuhaszFilmographyIndex
Series Title: Nonfictions
Responsibility: ed. by Alisa Lebow.

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Global in its reach, sensitive to the political valences of self-inscription, ground-breaking in its attention to new formats and technologies, The Cinema of Me offers unmistakable proof that the Read more...

 
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