Detailing the intimate relationship that cinema and related screen media enjoy with foreignness and language difference, this introductory chapter argues that language and translation have been systematically overlooked within Screen Studies, yet are set to become major areas of interest as online technologies reshape the global mediascape, affecting modes of access and engagement, redirecting content flows and challenging copyright regulations.
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