Videographic scene analyses, part 2
Author(s): Kiss, Miklós
As guest editor, my focus for the audiovisual essay section of the Spring and Autumn 2018 issues of NECSUS is original scene analyses as examples of autonomous and explanatorily argumentative videographic criticism. I aimed to inspire the making of videographic works that provide ‘straightforward close analyses of specific scenes of movies – […] focused, analytical, exploratory, and explanatory analyses that take advantage of the novel affordances of the audiovisual medium to clearly present, prove, and argue for their observations on a particular – perhaps key – moment of a film’. In this second part of the introduction, I delve into the components of my curating idea that have proven to be more problematic in providing clear guidelines to the invited contributors. These are the requirements of producing ‘autonomous’ and ‘scholarly’ videos.
Kiss, Miklós: Videographic scene analyses, part 2. In: NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies, Jg. 7 (2018), Nr. 2, S. 323–330. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/3458.
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