Gregory Flaxman Discusses Deleuze's enthusiasm for the cinema as a generator of new philosophical concepts in relation to Bergson's disregard
David Deamer This chapter explores the two theses Deleuze puts forward for the transformation between movement-images and time-image: the taxonomic
Kilbourn, Russell, J.A. Engages with Deleuze's Cinema books at various points throughout, as part of a larger discussion of memory.
Viegas, Susana (ed) Online open access special edition of "Cinema" (Volume 6), dedicated to "Gilles Deleuze and Moving Images". http://cjpmi.ifl.pt/
Bill Marshall Citation: Marshall, Bill, “Cinemas of Minor Frenchness” in Buchanan and MacCormack (eds) Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema,
Patricia McCormack Relates masochism to the openness of spectators to filmic images. Citation: McCormack, Patricia. "Cinemasochism: Submissive Spectatorship as Unthought."
Elavia, Firoza An anthology which begins with Elavia Deleuzian introduction, on cinematic folds. Also contains a chapter by Anna Powell,
Shapiro, Michael J. In recent years, film has been one of the major genres within which the imaginaries involved in
Jeong, Seung-hoon A Bergsonian/Deleuzian philosophical perspective, drawn from the Cinema books, permeates the book. In this book, Seung-hoon Jeong introduces