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Deleuze and Cinema

The Aesthetics of Sensation

Barbara Kennedy

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Film theory has for so long been concerned with sociological, empirical and psychoanalytic approaches that its place within our aesthetic sensibilities seems to have been forgotten.

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction: Discovering the Beautiful Stranger...
Part One
1 From Micro-politics to Aesthetics
2 From Oedipal Myths... to New Interventions
Part Two
3 From Abstract Machines to Deleuzian Becomings
4 Constituting Bodies - from Subjectivity and Affect to the Becoming-woman of the Cinematic
5 Towards an Aesthetics of Sensation
Part Three
6 Orlando - Deleuzian Landscapes of Immanence
7 The English Patient - Deleuzian Landscapes of Immanence
8 Romeo and Juliet - Deleuzian Sensations
9 Strange Days - Deleuzian Sensations
10 Reconfiguring Love... A Deleuzian Travesty?
Leon and a Molecular Politics via the Girl and the Child
Bibliography
Filmography
Index.

About the Author

Barbara Kennedy is Senior Lecturer in Film and Cultural Studies at the University of Staffordshire.

Reviews

Kennedy treats the artistry of cinema in a fresh and engaging way.
This is a superb foray into the emergent area of Deleuzian inspired film-philosophy.
- Scope
This is a superb foray into the emergent area of Deleuzian inspired film-philosophy.
- Scope