Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media. Issue 08: Animation at the Cutting Edge
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Though for a long time marginal to the historical and theoretical concerns of mainstream film culture, animation has recently received increasing attention from critics and scholars owing to its prominent status in contemporary screen media culture and the dramatic expansion it has undergone in the digital age. The articles that compose this issue are remarkably consistent in querying animation as a mode that “destabilises the image”, that asks questions about the image and, in particular, about its relationship to reality. Edited by Yuanyuan Chen and Laura Rascaroli, University College Cork.