By Ian Jarvie
Examines the overlap among movie and philosophy in 3 detailed methods: epistemological matters in film-making and viewing; aesthetic thought and picture; and picture as a medium of philosophical expression.
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Spanning an elite institution, the Doon School, on to a shelter for destitute children, MacDougall’s films offer viewers a complex portrait of class dynamics in Indian society. At the heart of MacDougall’s documentaries, I identify a commitment to what he has himself termed ‘deep reflexivity’: revealing the social processes through which documentary meanings are mediated (MacDougall 1998). My study plots the enactment of deep reflexivity in MacDougall’s films and posits that deep reflexivity offers his films’ subjects, here young children with possibilities to comply, contest or exceed the terms by which the institutions to which they belong define them, and rationalize their identities and experiences.
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