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Dossier: acting, on-set practices, software, and synthespians

Dossier: acting, on-set practices, software, and synthespians
Dossier: acting, on-set practices, software, and synthespians
Typical forms of stardom being set aside; concerns for both fan identification and for the credibility of new technological solutions to the realisation of fantasy characters made the LOTR films laboratories for new cultural and economic relations in film performance
978-0719071980
111-125
Manchester University Press
Cubitt, Sean
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King, Barry
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Margolis, Harriet
Cubitt, Sean
King, Barry
Jutel, Thierry
Cubitt, Sean
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King, Barry
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Margolis, Harriet
Cubitt, Sean
King, Barry
Jutel, Thierry

Cubitt, Sean and King, Barry (2008) Dossier: acting, on-set practices, software, and synthespians. In, Margolis, Harriet, Cubitt, Sean, King, Barry and Jutel, Thierry (eds.) Studying the Event Film: The Lord of the Rings. Manchester, GB. Manchester University Press, pp. 111-125.

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Typical forms of stardom being set aside; concerns for both fan identification and for the credibility of new technological solutions to the realisation of fantasy characters made the LOTR films laboratories for new cultural and economic relations in film performance

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Published date: 2008

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Local EPrints ID: 179911
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/179911
ISBN: 978-0719071980
PURE UUID: b1935a8f-6224-4fea-a1dd-9e5617166a45

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Last modified: 18 Sep 2020 16:35

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