By Chuck Tryon
Reinventing Cinema examines movie tradition on the flip of this century, on the detailed second while electronic media are changing our historic dating with the flicks. Spanning a number of disciplines, Chuck Tryon addresses the interplay among construction, distribution, and reception of flicks, tv, and different new and rising media.Through shut readings of exchange courses, DVD extras, public lectures via new media leaders, motion picture blogs, and YouTube movies, Tryon navigates the shift to electronic cinema and examines the way it is changing movie and well known culture.
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Reinventing Cinema: Movies in the Age of Media Convergence by Chuck Tryon