‘The Found Footage Composite: History, Hybridity and the Animated World’
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThe paper will describe a practical methodology designed to deploy found footage, animation, digital compositing and special effects techniques to critically evaluate the ontological status of found footage in reference to materiality and truth-value. In this framework, the construction of non-real spaces that synthesise animation and found footage are explored for their potential in describing alternate histories with regards to memory and ideology. How can the material aspects of found footage be deployed within spatial and temporal collage films that challenge linear notions of memory and the past?
CitationBosward, M (2016) ‘The Found Footage Composite: History, Hybridity and the Animated World’ paper presented to the Seventh International Conference on The Image, Liverpool John Moores University, 2 September 2016