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The new media book

Author: Dan Harries
Publisher: London : British Film Institute, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Providing an accessible, critical intervention into the field of moving image studies, this book features 20 newly commissioned essays in a format designed to be of wide use to a range of courses in digital media, film and television studies.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Harries
ISBN: 0851709249 9780851709246 0851709257 9780851709253
OCLC Number: 155998435
Notes: Sean Cubitt is Professor of Screen and Media Studies at the University of Waikato.
Description: x, 262 pages, [4] pages of plates : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Technologies. 1.1. Cable, Satellite and Digital Technologies / Michele Hilmes. 1.2. Digital Filming and Special Effects / Sean Cubitt. 1.3. CD and DVD / Anne Friedberg. 1.4. The Internet and the World Wide Web / Jeremy G. Butler --
2. Production. 2.1. The Business of New Media / John Caldwell. 2.2. The New Intertextual Commodity / P. David Marshall. 2.3. Innovation, Piracy and the Ethos of New Media / Douglas Thomas. 2.4. Emerging Global Ecologies of Production / Tom O'Regan and Ben Goldsmith --
3. Texts. 3.1. The Impact of Digital Technologies on Film Aesthetics / Michael Allen. 3.2. Narrative Equivocations between Movies and Games / Marsha Kinder. 3.3. Online Comics and the Reframing of the Moving Image / Scott Bukatman. 3.4. The Myths of Interactive Cinema / Peter Lunenfeld --
4. Consumption. 4.1. Interactive Audiences? / Henry Jenkins. 4.2. Watching the Internet / Dan Harries. 4.3. Self, Other and Electronic Media / Tara McPherson. 4.4. The Future of Film Distribution and Exhibition / Janet Wasko --
5. Contexts. 5.1. Old Media as New Media: Cinema / Lev Manovich. 5.2. Old Media as New Media: Television / William Uricchio. 5.3. New Media as Old Media: Cinema / Jan Simons. 5.4. New Media as Old Media: Television / William Boddy.
Responsibility: edited by Dan Harries.

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