The Permanent Crisis of Film Criticism The Anxiety of Authority Film criticism is in crisis Bemoaning the current anarchy of Internet amateurs and the lack of authoritative critics in a time of laid off film reporters many journalists and scholars claim that cult

  • Title: The Permanent Crisis of Film Criticism: The Anxiety of Authority
  • Author: Mattias Frey
  • ISBN: 9789089647177
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Film criticism is in crisis Bemoaning the current anarchy of Internet amateurs and the lack of authoritative critics in a time of laid off film reporters, many journalists and scholars claim that cultural commentary has become dumbed down and fragmented in the digital age Mattias Frey, arguing against this idea, examines the history of film discourse in France, Germany,Film criticism is in crisis Bemoaning the current anarchy of Internet amateurs and the lack of authoritative critics in a time of laid off film reporters, many journalists and scholars claim that cultural commentary has become dumbed down and fragmented in the digital age Mattias Frey, arguing against this idea, examines the history of film discourse in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States He demonstrates that since its origins, film criticism has always found itself in crisis the need to show critical authority and the anxieties over challenges to that authority have been long standing concerns.

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    1. An antidote to all of the handwringing over the supposed dumbing down and death of film criticism brought on by the internets. Runs through the entire history of film criticism and finds it marked by almost constant crisis rhetoric triggered by changes in filmmaking, relationships to readers, or channels of distribution for film and its criticism. The rhetoric is used to establish or re-establish critical authority - who gets to talk about film and why. Super informative read.

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