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The Empathic ScreenCinema and Neuroscience$
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Vittorio Gallese and Michele Guerra

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198793533

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198793533.001.0001

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New Mediation, New Films, New Experiments

New Mediation, New Films, New Experiments

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(p.181) 6 New Mediation, New Films, New Experiments
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The Empathic Screen
Author(s):

Vittorio Gallese

Michele Guerra

, Frances Anderson
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198793533.003.0006

This chapter presents the authors’ view of the future, discussing new digital technologies and mediations and their impact on film and its reception. The subheadings are: “New positioning,” a discussion of the future of film and cinema in the light of new and emerging technologies and the few empirical studies addressing these issues; “Digital presences,” an overview of how the authors’ model can help in formulating new theoretical and empirical approaches; “Death by chat,” an analysis of the film Unfriended with a discussion of how new mediations of filmic content reshape the spectator’s relation to film; “A new film grammar,” which introduces action cams and their impact on film viewing; and “Goodbye to the screen?” which envisions how the new filmic mediation may generate a new form of film reception.

Keywords:   future of film, GoPro cameras, intermediality, peripersonal space, presence, relocation, smartphone, touch screen

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