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Digitally re-narrativising collaborative authorship
Steven Rawle

Grant talks about the deterritorialisation of auteurism in new communities, the DVD and Blu-​ray artefact specifically resituates these discursive processes within the spaces of the disc, the home and the interactive viewing –​the film does not have to be watched alone. Some releases even allow the viewer to break the film 200 200 Partners in suspense up with featurettes that place those paratexts within the text itself, supplementing historical information, production trivia, but with a continued placement of the film’s author. In ‘Auteur Machines? Auteurism and

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