Arresting the Flux of Images and Sounds: Free Indirect Discourse and the Dialectics of Political Cinema

This chapter addresses the issue of contemporary political cinema to propose that contemporary cinema should be conceived as a speech-act in free indirect discourse. Pisters argues for a dialectical shift between the movement-image and the time-image, or, between First, Second and Third Cinema.

Citation: 
Pisters, Patricia. "Arresting the Flux of Images and Sounds: Free Indirect Discourse and the Dialectics of Political Cinema." Deleuze and the Contemporary World. Ed. Ian Buchanan and Adrian Parr. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2006. 175-93. Print.
Title of Book: 
Deleuze and the Contemporary World
Author: 
Pisters, Patricia