A pioneering figure in film studies, Christian Metz proposed countless new concepts for reflecting on cinema from the 1960s to the 1980s. He also played a key role in establishing film studies as a scholarly discipline, making major contributions to its institutionalization in universities worldwide. This book brings together a stellar roster of contributors to present a close analysis of Metz’s writings, their theoretical and epistemological positions, and their ongoing influence today.

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