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Immersive cinema

I've only just got to my computer, but I've already found something intriguing. This bbc story on immersive cinema literally begs me to explore it further: it's something I'd not come across before, but it ties directly into my master's subject. It's a new type of cinematic experience, where, as well as watching the film, viewers apparently interact with characters played by actors who come into the auditorium. It's just about begging me to try it out and explore it further, as it seems to take the cinematic art in a new direction. My masters was about the ways in which the audience could be said to 'enter into' film via their art or analysis; this project specifically encourages and invites such entry. I'd also love to see whether anyone has written anything about how this new form of filmic reception ties into more established ciniphiliac writing, such as the work of Bazin (where's the nearest decent academic library when you need one?!). I'm intrigued, and itching to find out more.


[Edited 07/10/2017 at 10:14:17 - addad a bit]
[Edited 07/10/2017 at 11:33:38 - added a bit]

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