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    Brecht Today: Interview with Alexander Kluge.Angelos Koutsourakis - 2011 - Film-Philosophy 15 (1):220-228.
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    Ian Aitken (2012) Lukácsian Film Theory and Cinema: A Study of Georg Lukács' Writing on Film 1913–1971.Angelos Koutsourakis - 2015 - Film-Philosophy 19 (1).
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    The Ethics and Politics of Negation: The Postdramatic on Screen.Angelos Koutsourakis - 2016 - Substance 45 (3):155-173.
    On June 22, 2008, in a television interview with Alexander Kluge, the Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke was asked to explain his ethical approach to filmmaking. His response was that the prerequisite for making films ethically lies in a filmmaking practice that takes the spectator seriously and stimulates the viewer’s imagination. Haneke’s raison d’être is grounded in the idea that unlike literature, film runs the risk of restricting people’s imagination by showing and clarifying everything. As he says, “one ought to work (...)
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    The Politics of Humour in Kafkaesque Cinema: A World-Systems Approach.Angelos Koutsourakis - 2020 - Film-Philosophy 24 (3):259-283.
    Kafka's work has exercised immense influence on cinema and his reflections on diminished human agency in modernity and the dominance of oppressive institutions that perpetuate individual or social alienation and political repression have been the subject of debates by philosophers such as Theodor Adorno, Walter Benjamin, Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, and Alexander Kluge. Informed by a world-systems approach and taking a cue from Jorge Luis Borges’ point that Kafka has modified our conception of the future, and André Bazin's suggestion that (...)
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    Visualizing the Anthropocene Dialectically: Jessica Woodworth and Peter Brosens’ Eco-Crisis Trilogy.Angelos Koutsourakis - 2017 - Film-Philosophy 21 (3):299-325.
    The ambition of this article is to propose a way of visualizing the Anthropocene dialectically. As suggested by the Dutch atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen and the professor of biology Eugene F. Stoermer, the term Anthropocene refers to a historical period in which humankind has turned into a geological force that transforms the natural environment in such a way that it is hard to distinguish between the human and the natural world. Crutzen and Stoermer explain that the Anthropocene has begun after (...)
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