Studia Phaenomenologica

Volume 16, 2016

Film and Phenomenology

Vivian Sobchack
Pages 63-90

“The Active Eye” (Revisited)
Toward a Phenomenology of Cinematic Movement

Cited by

  • Saige Walton. New Review of Film and Television Studies. Cruising the unknown: film as rhythm and embodied apprehension inL’Inconnu du lac/Stranger by the Lake(2013) 2018. [CrossRef]
  • Lesley Pleasant. Humanities. Seeing Beings: “Dog” Looks Back at “God”: Unfixing Canis familiaris in Kornél Mundruczó’s Film Fehér isten/White God (2014) 2017. [CrossRef]
  • Shawn Loht. The Palgrave Handbook of the Philosophy of Film and Motion Pictures 2019: 285. [CrossRef]
  • Jillian Holt. Media Practice and Education. Intuition in creative film editing practice: using phenomenology to explain editing as an embodied experience 2020. [CrossRef]
  • Stefania Balzarotti, Federica Cavaletti, Adriano D'Aloia, Barbara Colombo, Elisa Cardani, Maria Rita Ciceri, Alessandro Antonietti, Ruggero Eugeni. Cognitive Science. The Editing Density of Moving Images Influences Viewers’ Time Perception: The Mediating Role of Eye Movements 2021. [CrossRef]
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