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Did the 1990s see cinema, as a medium and collective experience, become subsumed into a converging universe of multiple-media? Does our understanding of "cinema" need to be reconsidered to accommodate emerging digital possibilities for the moving image? In "Light Readings, " leading critic Chris Darke revisits his writing addressing these important questions. The book is divided into three sections which reflect Darkes ongoing interests -contemporary art cinema, French cinema, and the overlapping territories of film, video, and the art gallery.