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Immagine digitale e persistenza del cinema

Daniela Angelucci

pp. 5-16

The essay analyzes the transformations suffered from the cinema with the advent of digital technology and the theories that hypothesize the disappearance of film. The author affirms that cinema resists as model for new media and as experience of the spectator, despite these transformations. Finally, the essay suggests to abandon the ontological question for a phenomenological description. This description allows to identify some similarity between digital cinema and painting.

Publication details

DOI: 10.4000/estetica.1632

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Angelucci, D. (2011). Immagine digitale e persistenza del cinema. Rivista di estetica 46, pp. 5-16.

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