Working through the cinematography of international criminal justice: procedures of law and images of atrocity
Peter D Rush, Maria Elander
London Review of International Law | Oxford University Press (OUP) | Published : 2018
This article addresses legal procedures and the cinematography of ﬁlm in inter-national criminal justice. The examples range across ﬁction, documentary, and trial ﬁlm. The concern is with relations of authority and subjectiﬁcation within the architecture of the courtroom and before the image. It considers procedures of projection, evidential confrontation and the destruction of the image in the era of the witness.