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Four Keynote Lectures from the Film-Philosophy Conference 2014: A World of Cinemas (2-4 July) with an introduction by Professor David Martin-Jones. Professor Laura U. Marks (Simon Fraser University, Canada) "A World of Flowing, Intensifying Images: Mulla Sadra Meets Cinema Studies" Professor Lucia Nagib (University of Reading, UK) "Non-Cinema, or the Location of Politics in Film" Professor Patricia Pisters (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) "Failing Better: Different Pasts, Dramatic Revelations and Aesthetics of Revolution in Contemporary Art and Film" Dr William Brown (University of Roehampton, UK) "Non-Cinema: Digital, Ethics, Multitude"
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https://archive.org/download/FilmPhilosophyConference2014/01_Film-philosophy2014IntroductionDavidMartin-jones.mp3: Introduction, David Martin-Jones https://archive.org/download/FilmPhilosophyConference2014/02_Film-Philosophy2014LauraMarks.mp3: Laura Marks https://archive.org/download/FilmPhilosophyConference2014/03_film-philosophy2014Lucia Nagib.mp3: Lucia Nagib https://archive.org/download/FilmPhilosophyConference2014/04_FilmPhilosophyPatriciaPistersedit.mp3: Patricia Pisters https://archive.org/download/FilmPhilosophyConference2014/05_film-philosophy2014William Brown.mp3: William Brown
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