REFRAME on PRETTY: An Interview with Rosalind Galt Video Version
REFRAME Conversations presents above an interview, which took place on September 26, 2012, with Rosalind Galt, author of PRETTY: Film and the Decorative Image (Columbia University Press, 2011). PRETTY won the inaugural award from the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies for the Best Film, TV and Screen Studies Book in 2011.
In this engaging and informative interview, Galt talks in detail about the research that led to her book, some of the filmmakers and critical theory that inspired and informed her work, and where her research is going next. A streaming audio version of the interview is available beneath the video below. You are most welcome to embed these recordings or link to them on your own websites. And you are very much encouraged to share them throughout your social networks. Both formats are published under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike licenses.
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REFRAME on PRETTY: An Interview with Rosalind Galt Audio Version