How will the cinema exist? This is not a new question. At the same time, it is a question that cannot be easily answered. Cinema as a medium and art played an important role in the 20th century. Today there are those who maintain that the upheavals tied to digital technology are changing the state of things more radically than ever before. As the topic of ‘After Cinema’ suggests, Whether voluntarily or intentionally, we are being asked to rethink the changes of cinema. The main content of this article deals with the problematics of the spectator’s body and experience surrounding the white screen. In any case, whether it is a small screen in the hand, a desktop screen, a white screen in a theater, or a wall in an exhibition hall or a museum, there is a human interest in the moving image surrounding the screen under the concept ‘family resemblance’. The dispositif called cinema exists in various ways under the form of various screens. There is a complex history of transitions and transformations for media that needs to be elucidated. Also, the possibility of cinema in the changed media environment needs to be presented as important. Rather than dealing with all these discussions, this article aims to examine the status of cinema in the 21st century from reflection on the experience of cinema. So, starting from the psychoanalytic discussion of regression, we will try to detect the possibility of cinema in the 21st century by examining the method of representation of the body, the problematics of the body, and the discussion of experience in cinema.
2. 영화에서 퇴행 속 놀이와 중간 시공간(transitional space-time)
3. 영화의 몸의 재현: 최면으로부터 침입으로
4. 나오며 : 디지털 사진과 영화