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  • Cinephilia

    Cinephilia, in its etymological sense, is a love of cinema. The term was coined in France in 1910. Today it is identified with the passion aroused by film in any of its manifestations.

  • Found footage

    Found footage is a film genre in which the totality or a substantial part of the film is made using pre-existing filmed material.

  • Viral

    The viral video is a recording that is widely circulated via the Internet. Normally viral videos are of a humorous nature and they often come from amateur videos or television programmes. In recent times marketing has made widespread use of this model to advertise commercial brands.

  • Video Art

    Video Art Video Art is an artistic movement that emerged in the United States and Europe around 1963. It consists of the use of image technology for artistic purposes

  • Video and mobile

    Everything related with the production of video recordings made using new mobile devices such as smartphones, digital tablets and GPS devices.

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  • New television

    New television or hypertelevision is a form of conceiving television consumption, thanks to the connectivity advances allowed by the Internet.

  • Augmented reality

    Augmented reality (AR) is the technology that enables the integration of virtual elements into a real environment.

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