Neologismo creado por Eisenstein (no confundir con "cinetismo") para designar el caracter "cinematográfico" de algunas obras de arte (por ejemplo, en pintura, la tendencia a tratar de representar el movimiento). En la medida en que determinadas formas -plásticas, literarias, dramáticas, poéticas- implican cierta cinematograficidad, existen leyes profundas que rigen diversas producciones significantes, la idea de cinematismo esta entonces ligada, en Eisenstein, con la búsqueda de estas leyes, especialmente en torno de la estructura "extatica" de las obras.

Eisenstein, Sergei M. "Cinematismo ", Domingo Cortizo editor, Buenos Aires, 1982

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  1. Cemre on Noviembre 23rd, 2012

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