Michael Chanan is a documentary filmmaker, writer and Professor Emeritus at the University of Roehampton. He has written extensively on film and video in Latin America and has filmed in most of the countries in the continent at intervals since the early 1980s, as well as writing on other film history topics and the social history of music, and making several films on capitalism in crisis. His latest film is Cuba: Living Between Hurricanes.
Explores the impact of digital technologies on the logic of cultural capitalism
Marx thought capitalism was hostile to the arts, but that was before the birth of the mass media.Read full article