[automatically translated] The contemporary metropolis and film: the place of an exchange and a dialectic between urban planning, architecture, new media, screens and audiovisual. The book examines the way in which the cinema, the cinema-going, the cinematic experience and the screens are situated in the contemporary urban space. One that Francesco Casetti called "relocation" of cinema. The film then as an experience, as a storehouse of forms and practices that digital technologies have acquired and deployed in different devices and the web and which form the basis of a new audiovisual experience. From surveillance cameras to media architecture and urban screen, the film turns into "postcinema".
|Number of pages||128|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|