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Brydon, Lavinia (2013)
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: PN1993
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    • 1.  For this reason an index would have proved useful.
    • 2. Paolo Cherchi Usai. The death of cinema: History, cultural memory and the digital dark age (London: British Film Institute, 2001).
    • 3.  Laura Mulvey. Death 24x a second: Stillness and the moving image (London: Reaktion, 2006).
    • 4. Susan Sontag. 'The Decay of Cinema', New York Times, 25 February 1996.
    • 5. Francesco Casetti. 'Back to the motherland: The film theatre in the postmedia age', Screen, 52, 1 (2011): 1-12.
    • 6. This sentiment is also expressed in Francesco Casetti's recent essay for NECSUS, where he states that 'only by contemplating its own death can cinema now find new reasons to live'. See Francesco Casetti, 'The relocation of cinema', NECSUS_European Journal of Media Studies, #2, Autumn 2012 (http://www.necsus-ejms.org/the-relocation-of-cinema/).
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