BiographyDr David Martin-Jones is Professor of Film Studies, University of Glasgow, UK. His specialism is film-philosophy, and his research engages with world cinemas. He is the author of several books, including Deleuze and World Cinemas (Bloomsbury 2011) (which was shortlisted for the BAFTSS Annual Book Award), and the forthcoming Cinema Against Doublethink (Routledge 2018). He has published in numerous journals including Cinema Journal, Screen and Third Text amongst others. He is co-editor of various anthologies and special editions of journals, along with the Bloomsbury monograph series Thinking Cinema and the online research resource deleuzecinema.com. He is a member of the editorial boards of Deleuze Studies, Film-Philosophy and A/V: Journal of Deleuzian Studies, and the advisory boards of Visual Culture in Britain, Screen and the book series Remapping World Cinema and Film Thinks.
By: David Martin-Jones
Subjects: Applied Arts & Music, Art & Visual Culture, Film and Video, Media and Cultural Studies, Media, Journalism and Communications
Internationally-renowned auteur Weerasethakul Apichatpong tweeted that Cinema Against Doublethink would be amongst his weekend reading.