Abstract The tools of digital filmmaking are transforming all aspects of cinema, including production, postproduction, and exhibition. In the process, they are altering the visual characteristics of the moving image and changing the viewer's perceptual understanding of the nature of cinema, leading to the emergence, for the first time in the medium's history, of filmic artifacts.
The Emergence of Filmic Artifacts: Cinema and Cinematography in the Digital Era
Stephen Prince, Professor of Communication at Virginia Tech, has written and edited numerous books on cinema, of which the most recent is Classical Film Violence: Designing and Regulating Brutality in Hollywood Cinema, 1930––1969.
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Stephen Prince; The Emergence of Filmic Artifacts: Cinema and Cinematography in the Digital Era. Film Quarterly 1 January 2004; 57 (3): 24–33. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/fq.2004.57.3.24
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