Drawn from Life is the first anthology to explore the field of animated documentaries from a diverse range of scholarly and practice-based perspectives. Drawn from Life introduces the rising and diverse range of filmmakers who use the animated image as a documentary tool. The book explores questions that preoccupy twenty-first-century film artists and audiences alike: Why use animation to document? Where within contemporary culture do we encounter animated documentary images, and why? How do such images reflect and influence our understanding and experience of ‘reality’? From early cinema to present-day scientific research, military uses, digital art and gaming, Drawn from Life casts new light on the capacity of the moving image to act as a record of the world around us, challenging the orthodox definitions of documentary cinema.
|Name||Edinburgh studies in film and intermediality|
|Publisher||Edinburgh University Press|
- Documentary films
- Animation (Cinematography)