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The audience effect : on the collective cinema experience

Author: Julian Hanich
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018] ©2018
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Is the experience of watching a film with others in a cinema crucially different from watching a film alone? Does laughing together amplify our enjoyment, and when watching a film in communal rapt attention, does this intensify the whole experience? Attending a film in a cinema implies being influenced by other people, an 'audience effect' that is particularly noticeable once affective responses like laughter,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Hanich, Julian, 1975-
Audience effect.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2018]
(OCoLC)1014458498
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julian Hanich
ISBN: 9781474414968 1474414966 9781474414975 1474414974
OCLC Number: 1065537609
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 325 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Part I. Establishing shot: definition and history. 1. Introduction: What is the audience effect? --
2. Excavating the audience effect: precursors in the history of film theory --
Part II. Long shot: types of collective viewing. Introductory notes --
3. Quiet-attentive viewing: toward a typology of collective spectatorship, part I --
4. Expressive-diverted viewing: toward a typology of collective spectatorship, part II --
Part III. Medium shot: on the cinema's affective audience effects. 5. I, you, and we: investigating the cinema's affective audience interrelations --
6. Feeling close: conceptualizing the cinema's affective we-experience --
Part IV. Close-up: case studies of affective audience effects. 7. Chuckle, chortle, cackle: a phenomenology of cinematic laughter --
8. When viewers silently weep: a phenomenology of cinematic tears --
9. Trouble every day: a phenomenology of cinematic anger --
Part V. fade-out: conclusion. 10. The audience effect in the cinema and beyond.
Responsibility: Julian Hanich.

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In this innovative book, Julian Hanich explores the subjectively lived experience of watching films together, to discover a fuller understanding of cinema as an art form and a social institution that  Read more...

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"Carefully researched...For those looking to learn more about the complex responses of audiences of cinematic art this is the book you should consult." -- Bob Lane, Vancouver Island University, Read more...

 
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