Franklin

Film Criticism in the Digital Age.

Author/Creator:
Frey, Mattias.
Publication:
New Brunswick : Rutgers University Press, 2015.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (284 pages)
Status/Location:
Loading...

Options
Location Notes Your Loan Policy

Details

Other records:
Subjects:
Film criticism.
Motion pictures -- Philosophy.
Mass media -- Technological innovations.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
Now that well-paying jobs in film criticism have largely evaporated, while blogs, message boards, and social media have given new meaning to the saying that "everyone's a critic," urgent questions have emerged about the critic's status and purpose. In Film Criticism in the Digital Age, ten scholars from across the globe, as well as critics and bloggers, come together to consider whether we are witnessing the extinction of serious film criticism or seeing the seeds of its rebirth in a new form..
Contents:
Intro
Title
Copyright
CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
INTRODUCTION. Critical Questions. MATTIAS FREY
Part I. THE CRITIC AND THE AUDIENCE
1. THUMBS IN THE CROWD. Artists and Audiences in the Postvanguard World GREG TAYLOR
2. CRITICS THROUGH AUTHORS Dialogues, Similarities, and the Sense of a Crisis CECILIA SAYAD
3. "THE LAST HONEST FILM CRITIC IN AMERICA" Armond White and the Children of James Baldwin DANIEL MCNEIL
Part II. NEW FORMS AND ACTIVITIES
4. THE NEW dEMOCRACY? Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, Twitter, and IMDb MATTIAS FREY
5. THE PRICE OF CONSERVATION Online Video Criticism of Film in Italy GIACOMO MANZOLI AND PAOLO NOTO
6. BEFORE AND AFTER AFTERELLEN Online Queer Cinephile Communities as Critical Counterpublics MARIA SAN FILIPPO
7. ELEVATING THE "AMATEUR" Nollywood Critics and the Politics of Diasporic Film Criticism NOAH TSIKA
Part III. INSTITUTIONS AND THE PROFESSION
8. AMERICAN NATIONWIDE ASSOCIATIONS OF FILM CRITICS IN THE INTERNET ERA ANNE HURAULT- PAUPE
9. FINNISH FILM CRITICS AND THE UNCERTAINTIES OF THE PROFESSION IN THE DIGITAL AGE OUTI HAKOLA
10. THE SOCIAL FUNCTION OF CRITICISM
OR, WHY DOES THE CINEMA HAVE (TO HAVE) A SOUL? THOMAS ELSAESSER
Part IV. CRITICS SPEAK
11. THE CRITIC IS DEAD . . . JASMINA KALLAY
12. WHAT WE DON'T TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT MOVIES ARMOND WHITE
13. WHO NEEDS CRITICS? NICK JAMES
14. EXCERPTS FROM CINEASTE'S "FILM CRITICISM IN THE AGE OF THE INTERNET. A CRITICAL SYMPOSIUM" THEODOROS PANAYIDES, KEVIN B. LEE, KARINA LONGWORTH, THE SELF- STYLED SIREN (FARRAN SMITH NEHME), AND STEPHANIE ZACHAREK
AFTERWORD CECILIA SAYAD
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
INDEX.
Notes:
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Local notes:
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Sayad, Cecilia.
Taylor, Greg.
McNeil, Daniel.
Manzoli, Giacomo.
Noto, Paolo.
San Filippo, Maria.
Tsika, Noah.
Hurault-Paupe, Anne.
Hakola, Outi.
Other format:
Print version: Frey, Mattias Film Criticism in the Digital Age
ISBN:
9780813570747
9780813570730
OCLC:
912704142