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Call for Papers – DHQ Special Issue on “Digital Humanities & Film Studies: Analyzing the Modalities of Moving Images” | DHd-Blog
Die DHd AG Film und Video und Organisatoren des Anfang Mai stattgefunden Workshops “Computer-based Approaches for the Analysis of Film Style” möchten Sie gerne auf den unten in der Folge zum Workshop entstandenen öffentlichen Call for Papers aufmerksam machen: Call for Papers – DHQ Special I via Pocket
analysis  cfp  dh  film  journals 
june 2018 by kintopp
Imj: A web-based tool for visual culture macroanalytics – Zach Whalen
So-called “movie barcodes” are both elegant to look at and useful ways to explore how color schemes and designs shift throughout a film. via Pocket
analysis  film  learn  tools  video 
december 2017 by kintopp
Distant Viewing Lab
The Distant Viewing Lab uses and develops computational techniques to analyze visual culture on a large scale. It seeks to develop tools, methods, and datasets that can be re-used by other researchers. via Pocket
analysis  film  ml  tools  video 
december 2017 by kintopp
The Largest Ever Analysis of Film Dialogue by Gender: 2,000 scripts, 25,000 actors, 4 million lines
*Domestic gross over $45M, inflation-adjusted. Using IMDB box office, 2,500 have hit this threshold. In January 2016, researchers reported that men speak more often than women in Disney’s princess films. We validated this claim and doubled the sample size to 30 Disney films, including Pixar. via Pocket
cinema  datasets  film  gender 
may 2017 by kintopp
DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly: Digital Surrealism: Visualizing Walt Disney Animation Studios
Abstract There are a number of fruitful digital humanities approaches to cinema and media studies, but most of them only pursue traditional forms of scholarship by extracting a single variable from the audiovisual text that is already legible to scholars. via Pocket
analysis  film 
december 2016 by kintopp
Oranges and Blues — BoxOfficeQuant
When I launched this site over two years ago, one of my first decisions was to pick a color scheme – it didn’t take long. via Pocket
colour  film  processing  images 
april 2015 by kintopp
Vijay Pandurangan » Colours in movie posters since 1914
Edit: Buy the movie poster hues (1914-2012) poster A couple of weeks ago, I was having brunch with Kim-Mai Cutler — we were discussing the new startup I’m building in the enterprise space (if you’re a ui/ux person or awesome engineer looking for something fun to do, drop me a line!) — and via Pocket
colour  film  processing  images 
april 2015 by kintopp
Research blogging in film studies | Research into film
Earlier this year Catherine Grant asked me to write a piece on blogging and film studies for the first issue of a new on-line journal at the University of St. Andrews, Frames. via Pocket
film  research 
march 2015 by kintopp
DIASTOR « Bridging the Gap Between Analog Film History and Digital Technology
The Swiss research project for the digitization and restoration of archival film. Supported by the Swiss Commission for Technology and Innovation (CTI). DIASTOR is a cooperation between academic research institutions and the Swiss film industry. via Pocket
cinema  film  preservation 
december 2014 by kintopp
Time Travel In TV and Film | Information Is Beautiful
Did you see this one? It’s a timeline of all the time travel plots from TV and film. In all, we ended up doing 36 drafts of this. It’s one of my favourites from the book. I’m a total perfectionist and I really wanted to get it right. via Pocket
film  narrative  time  visualization  books 
september 2014 by kintopp
The Art Of Film Title Design Throughout Cinema History | Smashing Magazine
Have you ever thought of what makes you remember a certain movie or TV show? Of course, it’s the story being told, you’ll say. via Pocket
film  typography 
september 2014 by kintopp
Kinomatics
What is Songification? You may already know about data sonification. Its a technique that’s been successfully used to assist the vision impaired for some time. Its even possible to “listen” to your DNA in the form of a unique sound file. via Pocket
cinema  cinemetrics  film  visualization 
september 2014 by kintopp
Mostly Lost | State Theatre of Culpeper
The Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center, Packard Campus presents “Mostly Lost 3: A Film Identification Workshop” on July 17-19, 2014 in Culpeper, Virginia. via Pocket
archives  cinema  film 
august 2014 by kintopp
Frames Cinema Journal
Film and Moving Image Studies: Re-Born Digital? Some Participant Observations The Video Essay: The Future of Academic Film and Television Criticism? via Pocket
cinema  cinemetrics  conference  film 
august 2014 by kintopp
Swarm Creativity Blog: Analyzing film scripts with condor
While participating this winter in a seminar on Social Network Analysis and COINs (Collaborative Innovation Networks) by Peter Gloor and Kai Fischbach at the University of Cologne, it occurred to me that a film script provides a great source for Social Network Analysis. via Pocket
analysis  film  narrative  networks  storytelling  text 
august 2014 by kintopp
History, Cinema, Digital Archives Conference - Humanities Research Centre - ANU
Since the advent of cinema in the mid-1890s, a series of technological developments has reconfigured visual reproduction in terms of screens, projection methods, architectural spaces of exhibition, and the economics and sociability of viewing. via Pocket
archives  cinema  conference  film 
august 2014 by kintopp
ISSUU - Interiors Journal
Interiors is an online journal, published on the 15th of each month, in which films are analyzed and diagrammed in terms of space. Interiors focuses on how space is used throughout a particular scene and how the architecture of the film impacts its narratives and characters. via Pocket
3d  analysis  cinema  film  space  journals 
october 2012 by kintopp
Visualizing the Interactions of Famous Movie Characters - information aesthetics
The always surprising xkcd has released a collection of quite sophisticated charts [full resolution, xkcd.com] that show the interactions between individual movie characters in famous movies like The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Jurassic Park, 12 Angry Men and Primer. via Pocket
analysis  cinema  film  visualization 
september 2012 by kintopp
Modelling narrative comprehension in film studies | Research into film
In an essay titled ‘Can scientific models of theorizing help film studies’, Malcolm Turvey (2005: 25) asks why ‘is there a lack of systematic empirical research in film theory if the explanatory principles governing the cinema are like the explanatory principles governing natural phenomena? via Pocket
film  narrative  theory 
april 2012 by kintopp
Next steps for Moving Image Archives | JISC Digitisation and Content
JISC has invested signficant amounts in two fine archives of of moving images. NewsFilm Online contains over 3,000 hours of film featuring events such as the Crystal Palace fire, an early interview with Nelson Mandela and the reaction to the death of Princess Diana. via Pocket
altmetrics  citation  film  methodology  report  research 
june 2011 by kintopp

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