Documentary and Disability (Hardcover)

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By Catalin Brylla (Editor), Helen Hughes (Editor)
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1. Introduction: The Bricolage of Documentary and Disability (Catalin Brylla, Helen Hughes).- 2. Part One: Film Practice - Chapter 2: Not Without Us - Collaborating Across Difference in Documentary Filmmaking (Samuel Avery).- 3. Visual Psychological Anthropology and the Lived Experience of Disability (Annie Tucker, Robert Lemelson).- 4. Valorising Disability on Screen: When did 'Inspirational' Become a Dirty Word? (Veronica Wain).- 5. Spectatorship and Alternative Portrayals of Blindness (Catalin Brylla.- 6. Aberrancy and Autobiographical Documentary (Phoebe Hart).- 7. Part Two: Representation - Chapter 7: Thomas Quasthoff and the Performativity of Disability in Michael Harder's The Dreamer (Anna Drum, Martin Brady).- 8. Rethinking Ability and Disability in the Work of Johan van der Keuken (Hing Tsang).- 9. (Dis)abling the Spectator: Embodying Disability Experience in Animated Documentary (Slava Greenberg).- 10. The Poetics of Touch: Mediating the Reality of Deafblindness in Planet of Snail (Anne-Marie Callus).- 11. Sexual Dissidence and Crip Empowerment in Yes, We Fuck (Andrea Garc a-Santesmases).- 12. Part Three: Identity, Participation and Exhibition - Chapter 12: Accessing Alternative Ethical Maps of In(ter)depenent Living in Global Disability Documentary (David T. Mitchell, Sharon L. Snyder).- 13. Interface Productions and Disability Programming for Channel 4: 1984 - 1986 (Tony Steyger, Jamie Clarke).- 14. Disability and the Para-TV Communities of Reality Television (Anita Biressi).- 15. Singing Altogether Now: Unsettling Images of Disability and Experimental Filmic Practices (Robert Stock).- 16. To Document is to Preserve: Moving Pictures and Sign Language (Magdalena Zdrodowska).- 17. Documenting Neuropolitics: Cochlear Implant Activation Videos (Beate Ochsner).- 18. On Andrew K tting's Mapping Perception (Helen Hughes).


About the Author


Catalin Brylla is Senior Lecturer in Film at the University of West London, UK. Helen Hughes is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Surrey, UK.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781137598936
ISBN-10: 113759893X
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: October 4th, 2017
Pages: 299
Language: English