Tag: film theory
Film theory is at a crossroads. The more I think about it, it’s more like the crazy Los Angeles freeway over/underpasses. Is the right way intertextual/intermedial/transmedial/psychological? Is there a right way at all? I’ve been running a studio this semester which looks at the role of the frame in the age of digital cinema. It’s […]
‘Framing is a position of thinking.’ – Daniel Frampton, Filmosophy, p. 125. As previously alluded to, I’m in the very strange process of having to think through my own comprehension of the cinematic medium. In a way, I’m taking baby steps towards my own theory of film. I’ll be taking these initial explorations to a couple […]
The more I think about it, though, the more intrigued I’m getting about just what my conception of cinema is.