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Studies in French Cinema vol 4 no 2 is now out. It contains the following articles:

pp93-102 Douglas Smith , 'A world that accords with our desires'?: realism, desire and death in André Bazin's film criticism'

pp103-111 John Orr, 'Stranded: Stardom and the Free-Fall Movie in French Cinema 1985-2003'

pp113-120 Florian Grandena, 'The provinces in contemporary French cinema: the case of Y aura-t-il de la neige à Noël ?'

pp121-133 Darren Waldron, 'Incorporating Qualitative Audience Research into French Film Studies: the Case of Gazon maudit (Balasko, 1995)'

pp135-146 Claude Evans, 'Fantaisies and ambiguous sexuality in Patrice Leconte's Le Mari de la coiffeuse and La Fille sur le pont'

pp147-157 Maryse Fauvel, 'Yamina Benguigui's Inch'Allah Dimanche: Unveiling Hybrid Identities'

Vol 4 no 3 will contain the following articles:

Raphaël Bassan, Gérard Courant, Christian Lebrat, Dominique Noguez, 'French experimental cinema: the richness of the 1970s'

Kevin J. Hayes, 'The book as motif in One Plus One'

Kate Ince, 'Surviving the reign of the father: the family and the law in Georges Franju's feature films'

Matthew Lazen, '"En perme à Nantes": Jacques Demy and New Wave place'

Michelle Scatton-Tessier, 'Le Petisme: Flirting with the Sordid in Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain'

Maria Tortajada, 'Eric Rohmer and the Mechanics of Seduction'

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Phil Powrie
Professor of French Cultural Studies
School of Modern Languages
University of Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU
Tel: 0191 222 7492
Fax: 0191 222 5442
School webpage:
Studies in French Cinema webpage:

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