Cinematic Metaphor: Experience - Affectivity - Temporality (Cinepoetics)
Free Shipping Included! Cinematic Metaphor: Experience - Affectivity - Temporality (Cinepoetics) by De Gruyter at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Metaphors in audiovisual media receive increasing attention from film and communication studies as well as from linguistics and multimodal metaphor research. The specific media character of film, and thus of cinematic metaphor, remains, however, largely ignored. Audiovisual images are all too frequently understood as iconic representations and material carriers of information. Cinematic Metaphor proposes an alternative: starting from film images as affective experience of movement-images, it
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