Experiencing Extended Point-of-View Shots: A Film-Phenomenological Perspective on Extreme Character Subjectivity.

In: Subjectivity Across Media: Interdisciplinary and Transmedial Perspectives. (Hgs.) Maike Sarah Reinerth and Jan-Noel Thon. New York: Routledge, 2016. Diesen Artikel herunterladen

Komplexe Tiefeninzenierungen: Über die verborgenen Dimensionen im Filmstil Roy Anderssons.

In: Filmstil: Perspektivierungen eines Begriffs (herausgegeben von Julian Blunk/Tina Kaiser/Dietmar Kammerer/Chris Wahl). Munich: Edition Text + Kritik, 2016. Link zum PDF-Dokument

Laughter and Collective Awareness: The Cinema Auditorium as Public Space

In: NECSUS – European Journal of Media Studies (Herbst 2014) Abstrakt This article looks at how the collective experience of laughter in the movie theater is related to the idea of the cinema as a public space. Through the non-verbal expression of laughter the audience ‘constructs’ a public space the viewers may not have been […]

Judge Dread: What We Are Afraid of When We Are Scared at the Movies.

In: Projections – The Journal for Movies and Mind. Vol. 8, Nr. 2, Winter 2014. Abstrakt: In this text I explore the question what we are actually afraid of when we are scared at the movies. It is usually claimed that our fear derives from our engagement with characters and our ‘participation’ through thought, simulation […]