Matthias Grotkopp is Assistant Professor for Digital Film Studies at “Cinepoetics – Center for Advanced Film Studies” and the Seminar for Film Studies at Freie Universität Berlin. He studied film and theatre studies at Freie Universität Berlin and at the Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris. He wrote his dissertation on „Cinematic Poetics of a Sense of Guilt“ at the graduate school of the Cluster of Excellence „Languages of Emotion“ (De Gruyter 2017, open access, English translation in preparation for 2020). His research interests include genre theory and the relation of politics and poetics, the audiovisuality of climate change, the films of the so-called Berlin School as well digital methods of film analysis. He is also the managing editor of the open access online journal mediaesthetics. He is associated member of the project “Audio-visual rhetorics of affect”, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), which is developing a systematic approach to film analytical annotation in cooperation with information scientists.
Der Klimawandel und filmische Poetiken nicht-analoger Zukünfte