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  1. What is Postcinema? Interview with Steven Shaviro (Episode 12) | Cultural Technologies Podcast | Bernard Dionysius Geoghegan

    Film and media theorist Steven Shaviro discusses postcinema, the meaning of the affective turn in the humanities, non-continuity in contemporary film cultures, digital technologies, neoliberalism, the place of politics in the academy, Harmony Korine’s SPRING BREAKERS, and the aesthetics of Disney Stars gone bad. This discussion elaborates on Dr. Shaviro’s lecture available as episode 11 of the CULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES podcast.


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  2. Episode 3: The Animated Works of Studio Ghibli | A Talking Comics Podcast

    On this week’s show, the ladies are joined by Zoë Gulliksen to discuss the works of the powerhouse animators, Studio Ghibli.

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  3. William Gibson - No Maps For These Territories (audio from documentary) Part2/2

    Audio taken form the documentary No Maps for These Territories - Part1

    Taken from wikipedia:

    No Maps for These Territories is an independent documentary film made by Mark Neale focusing on the speculative fiction author William Gibson.[1] It features appearances by Jack Womack, Bruce Sterling, Bono, and The Edge and was released by Docurama. The film had its world premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival in October 2000.

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