Gilles Deleuze's Cinema 1: The Movement Image (Part 1/3)

Hi everyone! If any of you listened to my episodes on Deleuze's Cinema books, you'd know that I would have had no hope of ever presenting them without the help of my friend, Christina. In the coming weeks she will be getting Facial Feminization Surgery at the Visage clinic in Toronto, Ontario. As some of you may know, the cost for FFS is inordinate and so she has set up a gofudme to try and mitigate the overwhelming cost. If any of you have a little extra money, please consider donating. If would mean a lot to her, and me alike. Here is the link: https://www.gofundme.com/f/tina-elle-ffs-recovery-fund?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cf%20share-flow-1&fbclid=IwAR3lsDozsz9F4_r5UwzJqlDxqBkgiCzZ5PDb6y7ABvzRGATm9bLd8_8_V1EFollow Christina on Twitter and Instagram: @celloburkePatreon: https://www.patreon.com/theoryandphilosophyPodbean: https://theoretician.podbean.com/Instagram: @theory_and_philosophyIn this episode, I'm joined by Christina, PhD candidate at the Center for the Study of Theory and Criticism at the University of Western Ontario, to systematically dissect Gilles Deleuze's Cinema 1: The Movement Image. This is an enigmatic book, treading the line between philosophy and film theory, and never committing to one nor the other. This episode covers the preface up to the 2nd commentary on Bergson.