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  • Filming the Body in Crisisby Davina Quinlivan

    Palgrave Macmillan 2015; US$ 95.00

    How does film affect the way we understand crises of the body and mind and how does it manifest other kinds of crises levelled at the spectator? This book offers vital scholarly analysis of the embodied nature of film viewing and the ways in which film deals with the question of loss, the healing body and its material registering of trauma. more...

  • The Place of Breath in Cinemaby Davina Quinlivan

    Edinburgh University Press Ltd 2014; Not Available

    How can the cinema articulate the interstices between visibility and invisibility, and how are such notions of absence and the unseen implicated in the film experience? This study considers the locus of the breathing body in the film experience and its implications for the study of embodiment in film and sensuous spectatorship. Quinlivan puts forward... more...

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