This is a book about what the moving image can do with anthropology, but also what anthropology can do with it. It clearly locates itself within the spirit of expanded cinema, and by the same token is a call for an expanded anthropology. Yet visual anthropology, too, set in "real" life settings might run the risk of a hyperreal heightening of representation-unless, and this is one of the principal argument put forward in this book, it is interrupted by experimental means. Therefore, one of the aims of this book is to think with film, especially experimental film, and what it can do with anthropology-it follows one of the main tenets in experimental film theory. Digital technologies, of course, are developing at an ever-increasing pace, further fomented by rapid trends towards miniaturization, enhanced nanotechnologies, and optically sensitive and intelligent materials.