Gianni Barchiesi is a PhD Candidate in the Cinema Studies Department at New York University. His dissertation describes, through the tools of the enactive theory of perception, the defining qualities of the perceptual experience of various forms of the moving image, and it elaborates upon these qualities’ medium specificity claims for the contemporary media landscape. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura T. Di Summa is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at William Paterson University. Her research focuses mainly on aesthetics, on the philosophy of motion pictures, and on aesthetic practices that affect our daily life and identity. She has recently coedited an anthology, with Noël Carroll and Shawn Loht, The Palgrave Handbook for the Philosophy of Film and Motion Pictures, and she is working on a book on fashion and film. Email: email@example.com
Joseph G. Kickasola is Professor of Film and Digital Media, Baylor University, and the Director of the Baylor in New York program. He is the author of the monograph The Films of Krzysztof Kieślowski: The Liminal Image and other essays in the areas of film theory, film aesthetics, and religion and film. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Peter Verstraten is Assistant Professor Film and Literary Studies at Leiden University. His publications include Film Narratology (University of Toronto Press, 2009) and Humour and Irony in Dutch Post-War Fiction Film (Amsterdam University Press, 2016). Email: email@example.com
Nyren, Erin. 2019. “Martin Scorsese Does Not Recommend Watching ‘The Irishman’ on a Phone: ‘A Big iPad, Maybe.’” Variety, 1December. https://variety.com/2019/film/news/martin-scorsese-the-irishman-watching-phone1203420472/.)| false