Locating the Moving Image
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Locating the Moving Image : New Approaches to Film and Place

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Leading scholars in the interdisciplinary field of geo-spatial visual studies examine the social experience of cinema and the different ways in which film production developed as a commercial enterprise, as a leisure activity, and as modes of expression and communication. Their research charts new pathways in mapping the relationship between film production and local film practices, theatrical exhibition circuits and cinema going, creating new forms of spatial anthropology. Topics include cinematic practices in rural and urban communities, development of cinema by amateur filmmakers, and use of GIS in mapping the spatial development of film production and cinema going as social practices.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 154.94 x 226.06 x 20.32mm | 385.55g
  • Indiana University Press
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • English
  • 40 b&w illus.
  • 0253011051
  • 9780253011053
  • 1,077,431

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"This collection breaks new ground for cinema history. Hallam and Roberts have gathered some of the foremost scholars who are mapping spatial histories of the moving image and the geographies of film production, distribution and consumption. Introducing new interdisciplinary methods and asking new questions, Locating the Moving Image takes film studies into new territory, beyond the boundaries of the text and its interpretation, towards an understanding of the relationship between culture, spatiality and place." -Richard Maltby, Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Screen Studies, Flinders University "Introduces some of the concrete ways practical mapping and GIS technologies help elaborate historical film projects.... The scope of many of these projects is breathtaking in scale.... Others embrace ethnographic methods that tell poignant individual stories. Still others deftly merge qualitative and quantitative approaches.... As a whole, the volume brings together disparate fields of study in interesting ways." -James Craine, California State University, Northridgeshow more

About Julia Hallam

Julia Hallam and Les Roberts teach at the School of the Arts, University of Liverpool. Hallam and Roberts have worked together on two projects exploring the relationship between film and the city, City in Film: Liverpool's Urban Landscape and the Moving Image and Mapping the City in Film: A Geo-Historical Analysis.show more

Table of contents

1. Film and Spatiality: Outline of a New EmpiricismLes Roberts and Julia Hallam2. Getting to "Going to the Show"Robert C. Allen3. Space, Place and the Female Film Exhibitor: The Transformation of Cinema in Small Town New Hampshire during the 1910sJeffrey Klenotic4. Mapping Film Exhibition in Flanders (1920-1990): A Diachronic Analysis of Cinema Culture Combined with Demographic and Geographic DataDaniel Biltereyst and Philippe Meers 5. Mapping the Ill-disciplined? Spatial Analyses and Historical Change in the Post-War Film IndustryDeb Verhoeven and Colin Arrowsmith6. Mapping Film Audiences in Multicultural Canada: Examples from the Cybercartographic Atlas of Canadian CinemaSebastien Caquard, Daniel Naud, and Benjamin Wright7. The Geography of Film Production in Italy: a Spatial Analysis Using GISEliza Ravazzoli8. Mapping the "City" Film 1930-1980Julia Hallam9. Retracing the Local: Amateur Cine Culture and Oral HistoriesRyan Shand10. Beyond the Boundary: Vernacular Mapping and the Sharing of Historical AuthorityKate Bowles11. Afterword: Towards a Spatial History of the Moving-ImageJulia Hallam and Les RobertsIndexshow more

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