An alumnus of Sciences-Po and Sorbonne University in Paris, Jérôme Game gained his PhD from Cambridge University. After teaching at Cambridge and London, he was on the Faculty of the American University of Paris for more than ten years teaching Film Studies and Philosophy. His work focuses on modern and contemporary culture (cinema, literature, visual arts) around a theoretical reworking of key-topoï such as subjectivity, the body, temporality, and the narrative. These concerns are addressed in numerous publications, often within an interdisciplinary context involving film and visual studies, philosophy, and literary studies. He has published books and collective volumes on Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy (Poetic Becomings, 2011), text/image relations in the modern context (Porous Boundaries, 2007; Sous influence. Ce que l’art contemporain fait à la littérature, 2012), filmic representations of the body (Images des corps/Corps des images au cinema, 2010), contemporary narrative theory in cinema and the arts (Le Récit aujourd’hui, 2011), and the work of Jacques Rancière (Politique de l’esthétique, 2009). He has received research grants from the Mellon Foundation, Cambridge University, the American University of Paris, Université Paris 8, Institut Français, Centre National du Livre, the British Council amongst others. His current projects include a collective research on cinema’s native impurity with regards to its transmedial mobility, and a book on the status of language in contemporary European and Asian cinemas.