Colin Burnett continues our Aesthetic Turn series with a call to revise our thinking about moving image intelligence beyond just language and verbal systems of thought.
The current debate over vernacular auteurism overlooks an important fact: French auteurism was always vulgar.
Precursor to what would now be called a “sports entertainer,” the athletic Carpentier came into his own as wrestling expanded its influence on North American pop culture through television and film.
The action scenes in some Bond films go for “less is more.”
When, if at all, can we appeal to painting to explain a filmmaker’s work?
Has Hollywood’s dominance of the international film market led other countries to inoculate themselves against the decline of film criticism? If so, perhaps only America will “let go.”
Throughout its history, WWE has consistently turned a blind eye to its competition, but can TNA force it to break this principle, and create a second Monday Night War?