The DVD Revolution: Movies, Culture, and Technology
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005 - 179 páginas
As the DVD becomes the popular vehicle of record for films, it is also becoming a unique and unprecedented way for the interested viewer to learn more about filmmaking than has ever been possible before. Because of its ability to reproduce the dimensions and quality of the celluloid image, film fans and scholars can have practically perfect reproductions of classic and contemporary films at their disposal. Not only will this book be of interest to the burgeoning population of DVD fans and collectors, but it will provide insights that should be of interest to both students of popular culture and of film.
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Home DVD viewing has become such an integral and powerful part of the Ameri- can film experience that it is likely to soon achieve in perception what it already has in fact : dominance over the filmmaking world .
Or is it a culture that has become attuned to the visual in ways never before seen ? Of course , it is all of these things . Together , they present an irresistible technological change , altering the way we watch movies at home even ...
They have coalesced into a body of films that has become part of the conversation on cinema that almost anyone interested in the art form , from fan to director , has become familiar with , whether they approve of the choices or not .
Because of the DVD , movies are becoming personal in unexpected ways , and this is further impacting the ways in which films are made and talked about . Eventually , it will even change how films are studied .
Along with an ever - increasing number of computer possibili- ties ( including the Internet ) and new listening devices , they have become among the most obvious manifestations of what might be called a new " vir- tuality " ( or however ...
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CINEMATHEQUE FRANCAISE AT OUR HOUSE
DVD FAN CULTURE
THE SPECIAL EDITION DVD
THE DVD AUDIO COMMENTARY
THE DVD THE FILM SCHOLAR AND THE CLASSROOM
THE QUESTION OF OWNERSHIP