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Chapter 8 Challenging Form: Experimental Film and New Media  avant-garde cinema  aesthetically challenging, non-commercial films that self-consciously reflect on how human senses and consciousness work or explore and experiment with film forms and techniques; avant-garde cinema thrived in Europe in the 1920s and in the US after World War II  experimental films  films that explore film form and subject matters in new and unconventional ways, ranging from abstract image and sound patterns to dreamlike worlds  new media  a term used in both information science and communications as well as the arts to refer to an array of technologies, including the Internet, digital technologies, video-game consoles, cell phones, and wireless devices, and the applications and imaginative creations they support  modernity  a term designating the period of history stretching from the end of the medieval era to the present, as well as the period’s attitude of confidence in progress and science centered on the human capacity to shape history  underground film  nonmainstream film, associated particularly with the experimental
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