In June 2010, in World Wide Angle, his regular English-language monthly column for the Dutch online web journal de Filmkrant, film critic and scholar Adrian Martin published a short essay Continue ReadingAdrian Martin’s “A Voice Too Much”
INTERPLAY by Catherine Grant Below, you can find a clickable list of published, open access reflections on audiovisual essays and videographic film and moving image studies by film scholar (and founding editor of The Continue ReadingPUBLICATIONS BY CATHERINE GRANT ON AUDIOVISUAL OR VIDEOGRAPHIC FILM STUDIES RESEARCH 2012-2015
We’re delighted to bring our readers news of a new entry here at THE AUDIOVISUAL ESSAY website. Kevin L. Ferguson, assistant professor in the Department of English of Queens College/CUNY, author of VOLUMETRIC CINEMA, Continue ReadingKevin L. Ferguson reflects on VOLUMETRIC CINEMA (2015)
Today, we present the second entry in what we hope will be an ongoing and useful series of practical guides to the processes of making and sharing essays in video form. Continue ReadingHow to Make Video Clips and Essays, and Stream Full Length Films and TV Programs in the Classroom
We are delighted to present today the first of what we hope will be a useful series of practical guides to the processes of making essays in video form. Continue ReadingHow to Make Video Essays: Resources for Teachers and Students
Symposium CFP: The Audio-Visual / Video Essay in Teaching & Research 10am-4pm, Tuesday 19th May 2015, University of East Anglia Keynotes: Catherine Grant, Adrian Martin and Cristina Álvarez López. This Continue ReadingSymposium CFP: The Audio-Visual / Video Essay in Teaching & Research
We are delighted to announce the launch, today, of a website devoted to consideration of The Audiovisual Essay and the practice and theory of videographic film studies. This new REFRAME website will serve three main functions, Continue ReadingWELCOME to the Audiovisual Essay website!