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Author Carroll, Noël, 1947-

Title Theorizing the moving image / Noël Carroll.

Published New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  791.4301 CARR    DUE 09-06-19
Physical description p. cm.
Series Cambridge studies in film
Contents Foreword / David Bordwell -- I. Medium Specificity Arguments and the Self-Consciously Invented Arts: Film, Video, and Photography -- II. The Specificity of Media in the Arts -- III. Concerning Uniqueness Claims for Photographic and Cinematographic Representation -- IV. Defining the Moving Image -- V. The Power of Movies -- VI. Toward a Theory of Film Suspense -- VII. As the Dial Turns: Notes on Soap Operas -- VIII. Toward a Theory of Point-of-View Editing: Communication, Emotion, and the Movies -- IX. Notes on Movie Music -- X. Notes on the Sight Gag -- XI. Avant-Garde Film and Film Theory -- XII. Causation, the Ampliation of Movement and Avant-Garde Film -- XIII. Language and Cinema: Preliminary Notes for a Theory of Verbal Images -- XIV. A Note on Film Metaphor -- XV. From Real to Reel: Entangled in Nonfiction Film -- XVI. Reply to Carol Brownson and Jack C. Wolf -- XVII. The Image of Women in Film: A Defense of a Paradigm -- XVIII. Film, Rhetoric, and Ideology.
XIX. Film/Mind Analogies: The Case of Hugo Munsterberg -- XX. Hans Richter's Struggle for Film -- XXI. A Brief Comment on Frampton's Notion of Metahistory -- XXII. Cognitivism, Contemporary Film Theory and Method: A Response to Warren Buckland -- XXIII. Cracks in the Acoustic Mirror -- XXIV. A Reply to Health -- XXV. Replies to Hammett and Allen -- XXVI. Film History and Film Theory: An Outline for an Institutional Theory of Film -- XXVII. Art, Film and Ideology: A Response to Blaine Allan -- XXVIII. Toward a Theory of Film Editing.
Subject Motion pictures -- Philosophy.
Television -- Philosophy.
Television broadcasting -- Philosophy.
ISBN 0521460492
0521466075 (pbk.)