Editor in Chief
Roberto De Gaetano
Alessandro Canadè (coordination), Pierandrea Amato, Emilio Bernini, Gianni Canova,Francesco Ceraolo, Alessia Cervini, Felice Cimatti, Adriano D’Aloia, Daniele Dottorini, Anne-Violaine Houcke, Ruggero Eugeni, Michele Guerra,Valentina Re, Bruno Roberti, Rosamaria Salvatore, Christian Uva, Luca Venzi, Dork Zabunyan
Massimiliano Coviello, Nausica Tucci
Angela Maiello (coordinamento), Raffaello Alberti, Luca Bandirali, Simona Busni, Antonio Capocasale, Dario Cecchi, Deborah De Rosa, Gianfranco Donadio, Marco Gatto, Andrea Inzerillo, Caterina Martino, Alma Mileto, Pietro Renda, Giacomo Tagliani, Francesco Zucconi
Alessia Cistaro, Giovanna Corigliano, Melina Craveli, Roberta D’Elia, Sara Marando, Isabella Mari, Carmen Morello, Nadine Passarello, Francesca Pellegrino, Mara Scarcella
Web design and graphic concept
Deborah De Rosa
Social media manager
Fata Morgana Web originates from the tenyear experience of the journal Fata Morgana. Quarterly of film and visual studies, edited by Roberto De Gaetano.
If the journal is the place for a theoretical thought on cinema and images, the web version is where a critical practice focused on the singularity of the works takes shape. Fata Morgana Web is a space of reflection on the present devoted to film and literature, theatre and philosophy, photography and digital media.
Our contemporaneity, marked by reproducibility and digital circulation, streams and environments, has in many ways eluded the virtues of criticism and of the power of the artwork. It is therefore necessary to put forward discourses and practices on the works and texts that surround us, in order to understand what kind of shaping of the sensible they operate,what kind of images of the world they bring back to us.
Codice ISSN: 2532-487X