Deleuze and Film

A Feminist Introduction

    • 349,00 kr
    • 349,00 kr

Publisher Description

In the first book-length introduction to Deleuze's work

on film from a feminist perspective, Teresa Rizzo ranges across Deleuze's books

on Cinema, his other writings, and feminist re-workings of his philosophy to

re-think the film viewing experience. More than a commentary on Deleuze's books

on Cinema, Rizzo's work addresses a significant gap in film theory, building a

bridge between the spectatorship studies and apparatus theories of the 1970s,

and new theorisations of the cinematic experience. Developing a concept of a

'cinematic assemblage', the book focuses on affective

and intensive connections between film and viewer. Through a

careful analysis of a range of film texts and genres that have been important

to feminist film scholarship, such as the Alien

series and the modern horror film, Rizzo puts Deleuze's key concepts to

work in exciting new ways.

GENRE
Non-Fiction
RELEASED
2012
26 April
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
208
Pages
PUBLISHER
Continuum
SIZE
1.2
MB