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Karen Kriss – Tactility and the Changing Close-up

The continued evolution of film in the digital realm, and the increased reliance on CGI and VFX elements in Hollywood film, have made it imperative to analyse not just the effect of these on image production, but also on the … Continue reading

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Animating, Ani-Morphing and Un-ani-morphing of the Evolutionary Process in Carl Sagan’s Cosmos

Produced and hosted by astronomer and astrophysicist Carl Sagan, the television documentary mini-series Cosmos (1980) aimed to renew scientific interest among the general public, in light of the growing popularity of pseudo-scientific ideas, such as astrology. Since its original broadcast, … Continue reading

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