Category Archives: Videographic

Introduction: Videographic Essays (Issue 1, 2017). By Allison de Fren & Adam Charles Hart

The utilization of digital technologies and audiovisual materials to present film and media research and analysis is gaining increasing acceptance as an alternative to the written scholarly essay. Whether called the “video essay,” “audiovisual essay,” or “visual essay,” videographic criticism … Continue reading

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Identifying (with) a Murderer: Six Steps Towards Sympathy. By Ciara Wardlow

Identifying (with) a Murderer: Six Steps Towards Sympathy from Ciara Wardlow on Vimeo. Identifying (with) a Murderer: Six Steps Towards Sympathy Ciara Wardlow, Wellesley College Making video essays, I usually follow a certain methodology. I select a film, usually having … Continue reading

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Reversing the Gaze: Empowering the Other in Wes Anderson Films. By Shannon Shikles

Reversing the Gaze: Empowering the “Other” in Wes Anderson Films from Shannon Shikles on Vimeo. Reversing the Gaze: Empowering the Other in Wes Anderson Films Shannon Shikles, Eckerd College This video essay argues for a reevaluation of Wes Anderson’s films … Continue reading

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The Eye Is the Heart: Metropolis and the Kino-Eye. By Sophia Kornitsky

The Eye is the Heart: Metropolis and the Kino-Eye from Sophia Kornitsky on Vimeo. The Eye Is the Heart: Metropolis and the Kino-Eye Sophia Kornitsky, Wellesley College In my audiovisual essay, I want to highlight the often-neglected theoretical significance Metropolis … Continue reading

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Open Call for Undergraduate Videographic Film Scholarship (Issue 2, 2018)

Film Matters is excited to announce the next call for videographic film scholarship by undergraduate students—an initiative managed by Allison de Fren, Adam Hart, Christina Petersen, and Maurizio Viano. For more information about this opportunity, including specific instructions for formatting submissions, please … Continue reading

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