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Cinema Studies: Adaptation Archives & Digital Remix Culture ENGL/CNST 489

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Adaptation, Archives, and Digital Remix Culture

Throughout film history, continual exchanges between film and other forms, especially literature, theater, and more recently, graphic novels and video games, have shaped film history; it is almost impossible to study film without considering adaptation. This guide encompasses traditional questions about textual fidelity across literary-film adaptation and then expands to debates about remix practices, digital mixes, and mash-ups, the ethics of appropriation, videographic criticism, and adapting archives.

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