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Reflexivity in Film and Literature: <br /><br />
From Don Quixote to Jean-Luc Godard
Reflexivity refers to those moments in fiction and film when the work suddenly calls attention to itself as a fictional construct. For example, in literature, a character might suddenly step out of the story and address the reader.

A Short History of Dutch Video Art
A compilation of the fundamental contributions of artists from diverse cultural backgrounds involved in the development of Dutch video art.

Jim Davis:<br /><br />
Horizons of Light
The six Jim Davis films in this Horizons of Light collection span the years 1947 to 1971, from when Davis began to make films to when, because of increasing illness, he stopped. These films collectively show how Davis began to make films to document…

Essential Brakhage:<br /><br />
Selected Writings on Film-Making
In the course of making nearly 400 films over the past 50 years, Stan Brakhage became synonymous with independent American filmmaking, particularly its avant-garde component. This major collection of writings draws primarily upon two long…

Die Tödliche Doris<br /><br />
In seven years, from 1980 - 1987, the diverse work of Die Tödliche Doris was created. Starting with music, the Berlin group occupied all areas of art such as painting, sculpture, photography, performance, video, literature and also the medium of…

Jenseits der Trampelpfade Heft 14 - Fachblatt für Fotografie Film und andere Kunst
Robust periodical in which Wilhelm and Annette are joined by some of the friends who made an appearance in the previous issue of “Trampelpfade”: John Heys, Nick Zedd, Shirin Barthel and Florian Cramer. Nick Zedd presents his extremist manifesto and…

Film, A Sound Art
The first half of Film, a Sound Art considers developments in technology, aesthetic trends, and individual artistic style that recast the history of film as the evolution of a truly audiovisual language. The second half explores the intersection of…

Image on the Art and Evolution of the Film:<br /><br />
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Photographs and Articles from the Magazine of the International Museum of Photography
Early filmmaking is studied in a collection of articles and photographs from "Image," including interviews with and analyses of films.
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