Deleuze: towards a cinematic phenomenology

Deleuze: towards a cinematic phenomenology

Rather than figuring film as a text that is interpreted or an object structurally dissected, Deleuze suggests that film is best understood in terms of those elements unique to the medium: movement and temporality. Central to his approach are affects, percepts, and concepts: a fluid play of intensities, sensations and thought that disintegrates the distinction …