Cinema and Technology
Hugo, 2011. Director: Martin Scorsese
Paramount / GK Films / The Kobal Collection
Series editors

Santiago Hidalgo, Université de Montréal, Canada
Katharina Loew, University of Massachusetts Boston

Geographical Scope
Chronological Scope
As of 19th century until the present
Editorial Board

Richard Bégin, Université de Montréal
Marta Boni, Université de Montréal
Marta Braun, Ryerson University
Andreas Fickers, Luxembourg University
Thomas Gunning, University of Chicago
Annie van den Oever, University of Groningen
Ariel Rogers, Northwestern University
Philippe Theophanidis, York University
Benoît Turquety, University of Lausanne

Cinema, film, technique, technology, materiality, film history, devices, archives

Cinema and Technology

Cinema and Technology focuses on the emerging field of study on the history of film technology and its impact on the way the world is experienced, rationalized and apprehended. The materiality and nature of film devices, their function and use in diverse industrial, educational, and social contexts, and the integration of film technologies as an enduring element of consciousness, forms the basis of the scholarship presented in our books.

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