Dominique Chateau est professeur à l'Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne où il enseigne l'esthétique et les études cinématographiques. Son plus récent livre, parmis un très grand nombre de publications, s'intitule L'Invention du concept de montage (L'Amandier, 2013).
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Martin Picard Martin Picard is a Japan Foundation Research Fellow. His teaching and research interests cover Japanese popular culture, video game culture and theory, film and digital media.
Guglielmo Pescatore is Full Professor at the University of Bologna, where he teaches Media and Film Semiotics, and Theory and Techniques of New Media. With Veronica Innocenti, he is currently working on the notion of "narrative ecosystems".
Jim Collins is Professor in the Department of Film, Television and Theatre (FTT) at the University of Notre Dame. His most recent book is Bring on the Books for Everybody: How Literary Culture Became Popular Culture.
Marie-Laure Ryan Independent scholar, she currently teaches at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has written several books and articles on narratology, fiction and cyberculture. Her most recent book is Intermediality and Storytelling, co-edited with Marina Grishakova.
Constance Penley is Professor of Film and Media Studies and Co-Director of the Carsey-Wolf Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her major areas of research interest are film history and theory, feminist theory, cultural studies, contemporary art, and sci