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Cinematic Appeals: The Experience of New Movie Technologies (Film and Culture Series) Paperback – 6 Dec 2013


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Rogers' fascinating book looks at the affective addresses of two technologically-innovative periods of film history, the widescreen revolution in the mid-1950s and the digitization of the cinema in the late 1990s to explore the different notions of spectatorial embodiment that these technologies provide, ranging from the immersive participation of the widescreen era to the relative disembodiment of the fragmented and alienated spectator in the digital era. Rogers has made an important intervention in the on-going discussions of spectatorship and embodiment in the cinema that will determine the direction of future scholarship in those fields.--John Belton, Rutgers University

Ariel Rogers's fascinating book looks at the affective addresses of technologically-innovative periods in film history to explore the different notions of spectatorial embodiment these technologies provide, from the immersive participation of the widescreen era to the relative disembodiment of the fragmented and alienated spectator in the digital era. She has made an important intervention in the ongoing discussions of spectatorship and embodiment in the cinema that will determine the direction of future scholarship in those fields.--John Belton, Rutgers University

Ariel Rogers's fascinating book looks at the affective addresses of technologically-innovative periods in film history to explore the different notions of spectatorial embodiment these technologies provide, from the immersive participation of the widescreen era to the relative disembodiment of the fragmented and alienated spectator in the digital era. She has made an important intervention in the ongoing discussions of spectatorship and embodiment in the cinema that will determine the direction of future scholarship in those fields.

--John Belton, Rutgers University

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Ariel Rogers is assistant professor in the Department of Radio/Television/Film at Northwestern University.

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