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November 13, 2005

Death of Film/Decay of Cinema

For now, just a bookmark post, but while re-reading Charlie Kiel's "'American' Cinema in the 1990s and Beyond" (available in a useful collection by Jon Lewis), I came across Godfrey Cheshire's New York Press essay, "The Death of Film/The Decay of Cinema," one of the more interesting early essays on the replacement of film with digital projection. I'm still digesting the article, but interesting that Godfrey links the digital and the millenial.

Update: While I'm thinking about it, Matt has a link to a lecture by Richard W. Lyman Award winner John Unsworth on "New Methods for Humanities Research."

Posted by chuck at November 13, 2005 12:22 PM

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