NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies (EJMS). 2018, Spring
The article explores the notion of a meteorology of cinema. Through the close- and co-reading of a string of smaller books—with subjects such as clouds, rain, and snow—the article conceptualises an approach to weather on film, and grounds this approach in the anti-hermeneutics of Susan Sontag, André Bazin’s geography of cinema, and the movement philosophy of Gaston Bachelard.
Cinema, Meteorology, and the Erotics of Weather
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