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Cineaste on film criticism, programming, and preservation in the new millennium

Author: Cynthia A Barto Lucia; Rahul Hamid, (Editor)
Publisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, 2017. ©2017
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : State or province government publication : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Digital technology and the Internet have revolutionized film criticism, programming, and preservation in deeply paradoxical ways. The Internet allows almost everyone to participate in critical discourse, but many print publications and salaried positions for professional film critics have been eliminated. Digital technologies have broadened access to filmmaking capabilities, as well as making thousands of older  Read more...
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Cineaste on film criticism, programming, and preservation in the new millennium.
Austin : University of Texas Press, 2017
(DLC) 2017010806
(OCoLC)975998435
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia A Barto Lucia; Rahul Hamid, (Editor)
ISBN: 9781477313428 1477313427 9781477313435 1477313435
OCLC Number: 1003855987
Description: 1 online resource (x, 380 pages)
Contents: Film criticism in America today: a critical symposium (2000) --
International film criticism today: a critical symposium (2005) --
Film criticism in the age of the internet: a critical symposium (2008) --
Film criticism: the next generation: a critical symposium (2013) --
"I still love going to the movies": an interview with Pauline Kael (2000) --
Cult films, commentary tracks, and censorious critics: an interview with John Bloom (2003) --
Repertory film programming: a critical symposium (2010) --
Utopian festivals and cinephilic dreams: an interview with Peter von Bagh (2012) --
The (cinematic) gospel according to Mark: an interview with Mark Cousins (2013) --
Film preservation in the digital age: a critical symposium (2011) --
MOD man: an interview with George Feltenstein (2011).
Responsibility: edited by Cynthia Lucia and Rahul Hamid.

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Digital technology and the Internet have revolutionized film criticism, programming, and preservation in deeply paradoxical ways. The Internet allows almost everyone to participate in critical discourse, but many print publications and salaried positions for professional film critics have been eliminated. Digital technologies have broadened access to filmmaking capabilities, as well as making thousands of older films available on DVD and electronically. At the same time, however, fewer older films can be viewed in their original celluloid format, and newer, digitally produced films that have no "material" prototype are threatened by ever-changing servers that render them obsolete and inaccessible. Cineaste, one of the oldest and most influential publications focusing on film, has investigated these trends through a series of symposia with the top film critics, programmers, and preservationists in the United States and beyond. This volume compiles several of these symposia: "Film Criticism in America Today" (2000), "International Film Criticism Today" (2005), "Film Criticism in the Age of the Internet" (2008), "Film Criticism: The Next Generation" (2013), "The Art of Repertory Film Exhibition and Digital Age Challenges" (2010), and "Film Preservation in the Digital Age" (2011). It also includes interviews with the late, celebrated New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael and the critic John Bloom ("Joe Bob Briggs"), as well as interviews with the programmers/curators Peter von Bagh and Mark Cousins and with the film preservationist George Feltenstein.

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