|using Gilles Deleuze's cinema-sign taxonomy to explore new films as they hit the screen...||
associate lecturer in cinema theory and history at Manchester Metropolitan University...
Further info on the cineosis
'A Deleuzian cineosis: cinematic syntheses of time' in Deleuze Studies, Edinburgh University Press [vol5.3, November 2011].
This essay describes my take on the way in which the time-image categories emerge. Necessarily I return to some aspects of the movement-image. EUP journal information (print and online).
'A Deleuzian cineosis: Peirce, semiosis and the movement-image' [under consideration].
This essay describes my take on the way in which the movement-image categories emerge.
Deleuze and cinema
Cineosis is based upon the work of Gilles Deleuze's cinema books:
L'Image-mouvement. Cinéma 1, (1983)
L'Image-temps. Cinéma 2, (1985)
There are many editions available. Cineosis cites the follwing English language editions:
Deleuze, Gilles, Cinema 1: The Movement Image, London: The Athlone Press, 2002
Deleuze, Gilles, Cinema 2: The Time Image, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001