Diane Lewis wonders:

> Could anyone recommend any articles regarding film and phenomenology?  I
> am particularly interested in the virtual experience given by film that
> nonetheless is felt to be a visceral, lived experience, and what this
> suggests about the psychology of film viewership and perception in general
> (use of aural and visual alone still seems to suggest or compensate for
> fuller perceptual experience).

Much of Bazin's work is based in phenomenology.  See comments on him by
Dudley Andrew and Andrew's own work, including THE MAJOR FILM THEORIES
and "The Neglected Tradition of Phenomenology in Film Theory" (in
volume II of Bill Nichols' MOVIES AND METHODS).

Don Larsson

Donald F. Larsson, English Department, AH 230
Minnesota State University
Mankato, MN  56001

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