Author Archive for: ‘Ursula Boser’

Two Channels, Two Truths: Reporting the Iraq War in Control Room

The image we make ourselves of history is, more than ever, shaped by the audiovisual record. But the documentary image and sound cannot provide a transparent view on reality; it represents a world by mediation through an interpretive act. Therefore the documentary film’s historical account requires a perceptual engagement that resists the pull of the indexical and views the audiovisual …

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