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Screen and screen theorizing today
Cinema, the impossible, and a psychoanalysis to come
The audience of one: adult chat television and the architecture of participation
The arts of looking: D.W. Winnicott and Michael Haneke
What are we expected to feel? Witness, textuality and the audiovisual
A portrait of the twenty-first century
Beugnet, Martine; Ezra, Elizabeth
Information, secrets and enigmas: an enfolding-unfolding aesthetics for cinema
Marks, Laura U.
Freud as media theorist: mystic writing-pads and the matter of memory
The post-medium condition and the explosion of cinema
On documentary sounds and images in the gallery
Cinephilia, technophilia and collaborative remix zones
Hudson, Dale; Zimmermann, Patricia R.
Curtains, carts and the mobile screen
Acland, Charles R.
Screen studies and industrial theorizing
Caldwell, John T.
On governmentality and screens
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