Cinema
  • 200 ₽
  • 180 ₽
  • Year: 2014
  • Language: Russian
  • Publisher: Ad Marginem
  • ISBN: 9785911031947
  • Page: 70
  • Cover: paperback

Virginia Wolf discusses cinema as a new instrument for creating artistic images in the moment of its ascendance.

 

By the mid-1920s, cinematic technology had already developed to include color and sound, and took a status of an independent art form that became an indispensable topic of the intellectual discussions of the time. Disregarding the superficial character of the developing media’s first products, Virginia Wolf, a master of modernist literature, accepts it as a new way of implementing artistic visions: “The past could unfold like a scroll, distances could be abolished.”

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