Table of contents for This is called moving : a critical poetics of film / Abigail Child.

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List of Illustrations 000
Poetry in Motion: Make Movies, Not Just Meaning
by Tom Gunning 000
Preface 000
Sex Talk
Before Agreement 000
Rewire/Speak in Disagreement (With Sally Silvers) 000
Melodrama and Montage (On Nicole Brossard/Hannah Weiner) 000
Sex Talk (With Camille Roy) 000
Sade's Motor 000
Active Theory 000
Active Theory 2: Antiphon 000
Cross-Referencing the Units of Sight and Sound/Film and Language
Hand Signals Overcome Noise, Distance 000
Lined Up Bulk Senses (On Larry Eigner) 000
All Three Mixed Please 000
"In the Darkest Night Dart These Bright Saloons" (On Manuel
DeLanda/Vivienne Dick/Henry Hills) 000
Word of Mouth (On Aline Mayer) 000
Memory Works (On Len Lye) 000
Hand Signals 2 (On Mary Lattimore/Nancy Miller/Anita Miles) 000
Baroque Cinema (On Warren Sonbert) 000
Deselective Attention (On Peter Kubelka/Martin Arnold/Bruce
Conner/Arthur Lipsett) 000
Sound Talk 000
Antiserum (On Luis Buñuel/Dan Eisenberg) 000
Outside Topographies: Three Moments in Film (On Andy Warhol/Dziga
Vertov) 000
The Exhibit and the Circulation (On Dziga Vertov/Sergei
Eisenstein) 000
Time Corners Interview (With Charles Bernstein) 000
Prefaces 000
Preface for Prefaces: Part 1 of Is This What You Were Born For?
Mutiny 000
Locales Interview (With Michael Amnasan) 000
Covert Action 000
So This Is Called Moving? Interview (With Madeline Leskin) 000
Mayhem 000
A Motive for Mayhem 000
Mercy 000
The Furnished Frame and the Social Net 000
Being a Witness: Notes for B/side 000
Notes 000
Selected Works by the Author 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Experimental films -- History and criticism.
Motion pictures -- Aesthetics.
Motion pictures -- Philosophy.
Child, Abigail.