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Introduction: Deleuze’s Cinematographic Consciousness

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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... or even can find, an end-point or limit to some type of knowledge form (Colman 2005b: 100–102). Deleuze’s method provides a positioning theoretical springboard for all types of enquiry, and reader’s biases toward certain styles or genres...

Thought

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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... lays out a foundation for thinking about the ‘organic functioning’ of the ‘study’ of the cinema (Artaud 1976: 311).I discuss Artaud further in Colman 2009b; see also Anna Powell’s discussion of Artaud in Powell 2009. The second division –...

Transsemiotics

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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... (2003). For a definition of the rhizomic in Deleuze’s work, see Colman (2005c: 231–233). of the ciné-system – can assist in our apprehension of film’s conceptual practice. Deleuze seeks to account for the image not through ‘codifications’...

Montage

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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...Deleuze looks at four schools of montage – American, French, German and Soviet – and divergent directions taken during the first era of cinema. This chapter will address each of those directions and how Deleuze situates montage in relation...

Conclusion: Cinematographic Ethics

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Berg, 2011

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...Classifying signs is an endless business, not least because there are an endless number of different classifications. What interests me is a rather special discipline, taxonomy, a classification of classifications, which, unlike...

Action

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Berg, 2011

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...The action-film has a universal currency and is one of the most popular at the box-office. Deleuze notes three main forms for the action-image – the small, the large and the trans-morphological. In the ciné-system the action-image is a key...

Perception

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Berg, 2011

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...Perception is one of the ways in which the screen-image engages attention. Exactly what or whose perception is being framed? Film theory often invokes the notion of a ‘spectator’ or ‘participant’. Philosophy discusses the ‘phenomenology...

Signs (Vector)

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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...In the Deleuze’s taxonomy, over twenty different signs generated by the movement-image and over a dozen from the time-image are charted. The way that the ciné-system works, by infinite generation, means that there is no limit to the number...

Topology

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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... in inter/action than in a western (cf. Colman 2009a; dir. Jarmusch 1995). The ‘crystalline seed’ is the process Deleuze describes as introducing potential time sites with which to bring about a whole crystal of time. The crystalline seed...

Frame, Shot and Cut

Felicity Colman

Felicity Colman is Director of Research Programmes at Kingston University, London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Deleuze and Cinema : The Film Concepts

Berg, 2011

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...What film theory generally discusses as film style, cinematography and the mise-en-scène (costumes, props, set, lighting, editing, sound, acting method), the rhythm of the moving shots, Deleuze prefers to discuss in terms of the framing...