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Deathwatch: American Film, Technology, and the End of Life (Film and Culture Series)The first book to unpack American cinema’s long history of representing death, this work considers movie sequences in which the process of dying becomes an exercise in legibility and exploration for the camera. Reading attractions-based cinema, narrative films, early sound cinema, and films using voiceover or images of medical technology, C. Scott Combs connects the slow or static process of dying to formal film innovation throughout the twentieth century. He looks at Thomas Edison’s Electrocuti…

[(Deathwatch: American Film, Technology, and the End of Life)] [Author: C. Scott Combs] published on (October, 2014)The first book to unpack American cinema’s long history of representing death, this work considers movie sequences in which the process of dying becomes an exercise in legibility and exploration for the camera. Reading attractions-based cinema, narrative films, early sound cinema, and films using voiceover or images of medical technology, C. Scott Combs connects the slow or static process of dying to formal film innovation throughout the twentieth century. He looks at Thomas Edison’s Electrocuti…

Deathwatch: American Film, Technology, and the End of Life (Film and Culture Series) by Combs C. Scott (2014-09-02) PaperbackThe first book to unpack American cinema’s long history of representing death, this work considers movie sequences in which the process of dying becomes an exercise in legibility and exploration for the camera. Reading attractions-based cinema, narrative films, early sound cinema, and films using voiceover or images of medical technology, C. Scott Combs connects the slow or static process of dying to formal film innovation throughout the twentieth century. He looks at Thomas Edison’s Electrocuti…

Deathwatch: American Film, Technology, and the End of Life (Film and Culture Series) by Combs, C. Scott (2014) PaperbackThe first book to unpack American cinema’s long history of representing death, this work considers movie sequences in which the process of dying becomes an exercise in legibility and exploration for the camera. Reading attractions-based cinema, narrative films, early sound cinema, and films using voiceover or images of medical technology, C. Scott Combs connects the slow or static process of dying to formal film innovation throughout the twentieth century. He looks at Thomas Edison’s Electrocuti…

[(Deathwatch: American Film, Technology, and the End of Life)] [Author: C. Scott Combs] published on (September, 2014)The first book to unpack American cinema’s long history of representing death, this work considers movie sequences in which the process of dying becomes an exercise in legibility and exploration for the camera. Reading attractions-based cinema, narrative films, early sound cinema, and films using voiceover or images of medical technology, C. Scott Combs connects the slow or static process of dying to formal film innovation throughout the twentieth century. He looks at Thomas Edison’s Electrocuti…