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178 pages (January 2004); 38.3MB download
RotoVision SA; ISBN: 2-88046-783-7
The End of Celluloid will change the way you see film, suggesting possible directions for its evolutionary paths.
Arguing that filmmaking is being superseded by a more inclusive spectrum of moving image, it extends our boundaries of perception. It highlights exciting and innovative talent alongside established filmmakers who are being influenced by new techniques infiltrating the mainstream.
This strata of "advanced moving image" emerging out of the basic forms of film and TV explores territories as diverse as film, animation, FMV, and machinima (computer gaming animations), digital TV, pop promos, websites, PVP, and PDA devices. Unlike other books that look at these singular areas, The End of Celluloid joins the dots between these disciplines.
Moving imagemakers featured include: David Lynch, Mamoru Oshii, Chris Cunningham, Danny Boyle, Mike Figgis, Hideo Nakata, Peter Greenaway, Matthew Barney, Andy & Larry Warchowski, Bill Viola, and Jonas Akerlund.
When the evolution comes, it will not be televised.