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Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies, and the Home Paperback – March 13, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-0520245860 ISBN-10: 0520245865 Edition: 0th

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“Beyond the Multiplex is a well-organized, even-keeled, and lucid account of the home as an exhibition space that encourages particular film cultures, each of which contributes to and activates differently the meaning of film texts.”
(Paul Monticone Canadian Journal Of Film Stds 2009-02-02)

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"Barbara Klinger provides a detailed and insightful glimpse into the major place we watch movies today: the home! Connecting discourses, technologies, and consumer behavior, she writes a superb examination of the places, means, and drive for personal control of our visual and aural pleasures, changing our gaze from the multiplex screen to our own living spaces. A crucial contribution to contemporary studies in film, television, and new media! "—Janet Staiger, author of Media Reception Studies

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