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Blade Runner: No Geek Flick?

Blade Runner: No Geek Flick?

Blade Runner, Good Science Fiction, and the importance of being a nerd about genres. (Talk at Geek Flicks, March 2012)

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Wolfgang Wopperer-Beholz

March 22, 2012
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  1. Blade Runner: No Geek Flick?

  2. A typology of SF

  3. A typology of SF Type A: Naïve SF (Space Operas)

  4. A typology of SF Type A: Naïve SF (Space Operas)

    Type B: Geek SF (Thick Texts)
  5. A typology of SF Type A: Naïve SF (Space Operas)

    Type B: Geek SF (Thick Texts)
  6. A typology of SF Type A: Naïve SF (Space Operas)

    Type B: Geek SF (Thick Texts)
  7. A typology of SF Type A: Naïve SF (Space Operas)

    Type B: Geek SF (Thick Texts) Type C: Good SF (Genre Busters)
  8. „Good SF tells a reader something he does not know

    about a possible world.“ Philip K. Dick
  9. Possible World I: Corporations

  10. Possible World II: Ads & Asia

  11. Possible World III: Future Noir

  12. Novel ideas: Diegetic Prototypes

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  14. http://www.gizmag.com/camera-sees-around-corners/21892/

  15. Novel idea: Man-made humans

  16. Novel idea: Man-made humans Ridley Scott

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  20. Novel idea: Uncertain reality status

  21. Novel idea: Uncertain reality status Philip K. Dick

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  25. The Geek Flick Question: Empirical Evidence

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  28. Geek Flick: Check.

  29. Geek Flick: Check. @wowo101 wünscht viel Spaß bei

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