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On Tue, 12 Mar 1996, Daniel Frampton wrote:
 
> Hello.
>
> Who, worldwide, is currently writing about film from a philosophical point
> of view?
 
My new book deals with Chaos and Film adaptation of literary works (since
the majority of films are from literary works....) and I the thesis is
easily applicable to cinema itself, indeed, it explains why the cinematic
adaptations are almost guaranteed to be more "traditional" than the
novels adapted (if truly literary novels and not book-of-the-month club
variety) -- Bresson is the exception.  It is entitled _Chaos Theory,
Complexity, Cinema and the Evolution of the French Novel_ published this
year by The Edwin Mellen Press (Lewiston, N.Y.) -- Prepublication prices
still in effect.
 
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