Film-Philosophy 14 (1):232-252 (2010)

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To develop my arguments about this revision of the logistics ofdisappearance, I will turn to several recent Iraq War films, look at thedifferent types of screens they present and investigate their aestheticdimensions and ethical implications. Among the multiple screens present inthese films, the video war diaries made by the soldiers at the front are mostsalient. These diaries will be an important focus of my analysis of acontemporary logistics of perception, which, following the implication ofWeb 2.0 applications, I will call the logistics of perception 2.0
Keywords War Films  Screen Culture  Iraq
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DOI 10.3366/film.2010.0008
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