The second day of Jacques Rancière's visit to London at the invitation of A Nos Amours - 31.1.2015. A panel discussion kindly hosted by Birkbeck College, chaired by Oliver Davis of the University of Warwick, with the participation of Erika Balsom of King's College London and of Catherine Grant of the University of Sussex. The session looked at cinephilia historically as it was manifested in France from the 1950s, in terms of the new digital condition, and in particular in the light of a critique offered in Rancière's the Intervals of Cinema. Sadly the recording is incomplete - a camera fault means that only 90 minutes of a superb discussion are available. This was nevertheless a sold out and brilliant occasion, and the 90 minutes here on view were described as a high point of 2015 by several. apologies for image quality. With thanks to Artificial Eye for permission to include a clip from Bela Tarr's Werckmeister Harmonies, Verso Books, Birkbeck College and to Derek Jarman Lab for the video recording.