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Andrew Dix

In this chapter we explore the production and distribution of films, their ‘making’ and ‘circulating’. Film studies will be seen in this chapter to be edging closer to business studies. The chapter concludes with a case study of In This World (2002).

in Beginning film studies (second edition)
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Andrew Dix

Chapter 10 gravitates towards the last three items on Miller et al.’s agenda for a reconfigured film studies: namely, the geographically and historically dispersed activities of ‘receiving’, ‘interpreting’ and ‘criticising’ that take place during film consumption. The chapter concludes with a case study of film consumption in Loughborough.

in Beginning film studies (second edition)
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Film studies and the digital
Andrew Dix

The conclusion considers the impact of digital on film production, exhibition and consumption. The growth of the digital requires us to rethink with particular urgency the relationship of film to the real. Film studies should, in general, be vigilant in the face of celebratory, even utopian accounts of film production, exhibition and consumption in the digital age.

in Beginning film studies (second edition)