The Deleuzian Cineaste: placing movement at the heart of film analysis
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School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts
In this thesis, routine interest in visual images as fundamental to film studies is displaced in favor of a focus on movement. Gilles Deleuze’s Cinema books provide the foundation but mediation between their philosophical intentions and the demands of film analysis becomes necessary. The figure of the Deleuzian cineaste is constructed as the means to identify a systematic approach to filmic movement in its many forms and to demonstrate subsequent analysis based on movement.
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