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2010, Routledge advances in film studies, ISBN 0415871395, Volume 5, x, 301
Hanich looks at fear at the movies – its aesthetics, its experience and its pleasures--in this thought-provoking study. Looking at over 150 different films... 
Horror films | Motion picture audiences | History and criticism | Thrillers (Motion pictures) | Horror | Cultural Theory | Film Studies | Horror Film | Cinema, Broadcasting, Interactive Media | General | Cinema Audiences | Emotion | Thrillers | Cinema
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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2015, Volume 10, Issue 6, p. e0128451
..., Frankfurt, Germany, Research Cluster “Languages of Emotion,” Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany Julian Hanich Current address: Department of Arts, Culture... 
MIXED EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE | APPRAISAL | SOCIAL-CONTEXT | Music | NOSTALGIA | INTENSITY | FEELINGS | PLEASURE | SAD FILMS | awe | MUSIC | PROBABILITY | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SAD | POIGNANCY | AWE | Emotions - physiology | Young Adult | Affect - physiology | Humans | Adolescent | Female | Male | Factor Analysis, Statistical | Cluster Analysis | Art | Cognitive ability | Causation | Norms | Personality | Weddings | Appraisals | Emotions | Ratings | Studies | Well construction | Hypotheses | Morality | Arousal | Motion pictures | Physiology | Aesthetics
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2017, Edinburgh studies in film and intermediality, ISBN 9781474407144, xv, 363 pages
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NECSUS, ISSN 2213-0217, 12/2014, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp. 43 - 62
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... 
Charles Taylor | Walter Benjamin | cinema | collective experience | laughter
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film international, ISSN 1651-6826, 09/2015, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 48 - 63
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Screen (London), ISSN 0036-9543, 09/2014, Volume 55, Issue 3, pp. 338 - 359
This essay suggests that collectively watching a film with quiet attention should be considered a kind of joint action. When silently watching a film in a... 
cinema, film theory, collective viewing, phenomenology, audience reception studies | FILM, RADIO, TELEVISION | phenomenological approach | film | historiography | dramatic arts | film viewer
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09/2019, Film Theory in Media History, ISBN 9789048537846, 361
For the first time this volume makes Jean-Pierre Meunier’s insightful thoughts on the film experience available for an English-speaking readership. Introduced... 
Biography & Autobiography | Entertainment & Performing Arts | Film Studies
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Film-philosophy, ISSN 1466-4615, 2011, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp. 11 - 35
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2019, ISBN 9780813599595, 413
With over 50 original essays by leading critics and scholars, this is the first book to trace the "unwatchable" across our contemporary media environment, in... 
Image (Philosophy) | Representation (Philosophy) | Visual communication-Psychological aspects | Visual perception-Philosophy | Mass media and the arts
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New Review of Film and Television Studies: Synaesthesia, ISSN 1740-0309, 09/2009, Volume 7, Issue 3, pp. 293 - 309
...RESEARCH ARTICLE Dis/liking disgust: the revulsion experience at the movies Julian Hanich* Freie Universita ¨t Berlin, Swinemu ¨nder Str. 3, 10435 Berlin... 
cinéma vomitif | phenomenology | synaesthesia | aesthetics of disgust | Pasolini's Salò | National Lampoon's Van Wilder
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New literary history, ISSN 0028-6087, 11/2018, Volume 49, Issue 3, pp. 425 - 446
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Projections, ISSN 1934-9696, 12/2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 26 - 49
Whether an account based on thought, simulation, or make-believe theory best explains our horrified re- sponse to an actual horrific representation, is outside... 
Paradox of suspense | Fear | Angstlust | Memory | Meta-emotions | Intentional object of fear | Dread | Character engagement | film | dramatic arts | aesthetic experience | suspense | film viewer | General | Cinema Audiences | Cinema, Broadcasting, Interactive Media | Cinema | Fear & phobias | Motion pictures | Films | Hitchcock, Alfred (1899-1980) | Emotions | Philosophy
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Psychological review, ISSN 0033-295X, 07/2020, Volume 127, Issue 4, pp. 650 - 654
Our theoretical model (Menninghaus et al., 2019) defines aesthetic emotions by reference to their role in aesthetic evaluation, and specifically as being... 
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Projections (New York, N.Y.), ISSN 1934-9688, 07/2015, Volume 9, Issue 1, p. 112
... by Julian Hanich How feelings can "inhere" in lifeless objects is a challenge to analytic thinking. -Susanne K. Langer (Feeling and Form) This is a remarkable book... 
Philosophers | Films | Aesthetics | Sobchack, Vivian | Books | Philosophy
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