This interdisciplinary collection explores how cinema calls into question its own frame of reference and, at the same time,
how its form becomes the matter of its thought. Building on the axiom (cherished by philosophers of cinema from Epstein to
Deleuze) that cinema is a medium that thinks in conjunction with its spectators, this book examines how various forms of the
cinematic rethink and redraw the terrain of traditional disciplines, thereby enabling different modes of thought and practice.
Areas under consideration by a range of leading academics and practitioners include architecture, science, writing in a visual
field, event-theory and historiography.