René Thoreau Bruckner This article investigates the closely related mechanisms of cinema, time travel, and desire. Through analysis of films
(2014) ‘The Creative Evolution and Crystallisation of the ‘Bastard line’: Drifting from the Rive Gauche into Suzhou River’
David H. Fleming Deleuze argues that ‘it is never at the beginning that something new, a new art, is able
4 Deleuzes (or, Afterthoughts on “Cinema, chronos / cronos: becoming an accomplice to the impasse of history”)'
David Deamer This video essay explores the relationship between film and history in Deleuze’s Cinema books. This does not simply
David Deamer This article aligns the taxonomy of Deleuze's time-image in Cinema 2 with the account given of the three
Temenuga Trifonova Author Name: Temenuga Trifonova Journal: SubStance Citation: Trifonova, Temenuga. "A Nonhuman Eye: Deleuze on Cinema." SubStance 33.2 (2004): 134-52.
Niels Niessen Exploration of Jean-Luc Godard' film Film socialism (2010) drawing on and engaging with Deleuze and D.N. Rodowick. Author
Paul A. Schroeder Rodriguez Uses the Deleuzian notion of the fold to discuss a selection of films from some Latin
D. N. Rodowick Award winning article on contemporary film theory/film-philosophy, which places Deleuze (along with Cavell) at its heart. Available
Animation and Alienation: Bergson’s Critique of the Cinématographe and the Paradox of Mechanical Motion
Tom Gunning Gunning asks: "... does film theory offer an account of cinematic movement that parallels its traditional topics, such
Keith Reader The Deleuzian reading of L'Anne dernire Marienbad proposed here draws less on what has become a virtually canonical