Sunday, 5 April 2009

James Harkin believes (among other things) that the coming of the Internet has reshaped our sense of film narrative, making possible the complexities of 21 Grams or of Lost which would once have been restricted to the art house. Here's a link to an extract from the book:

Fascinating, and obviously linked to my own sense of how new technologies have restructured our contemporary culture, to which I give the name digimodernism.

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