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This article uses a special kind of distortion of spatial orientation in animation, which the author calls whole-screen metamorphosis, to problematize the relation that theories of camera movement often assume between a camera and its world. Recent developments in digital imaging have prompted...
The typology proposed in this article comprehensively illuminates the formal characteristics of live action/animation hybrid films. By reference to six film analytical categories, the interplay of animation and live action film is explored within single images as well as on the level of montage,...
The definition of animation has become problematic with the advent of digital media. The informational character of digital moving images has made it difficult to distinguish between what is animated and what is a reproduction of recorded movement. Previous definitions of animation, as a...
In this article the author critically reflects on his motivation and creative approach to directing two Karl Marx films: the fully animated feature film Marx Returns (in development) and the Arte/ZDF partly animated documentary Marx Reloaded (2011). In the case of Marx Returns the author argues...
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