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    F I L M - P H I L O S O P H Y
    Journal | Salon | Portal
    PO Box 26161, London SW8 4WD

    Call for Reviews and Articles
    June 2001

Founded in November 1996, Film-Philosophy (ISSN 1466-4615) is an
international journal, email discussion salon, and portal of links. The
journal specialises in publishing extended review-articles on recent
publications in the fields of film theory and philosophical aesthetics.
Contributers include Jeffrey A. Bell, Warren Buckland, Sean Cubitt, Marty
Fairbairn, Cynthia Freeland, Silvio Gaggi, Torben Grodal, Samuel
Guttenplan, John Izod, Douglas Kellner, Ken MacKinnon, Hassan Melehy, Laura
Mulvey, Andrew Murphie, Martha P. Nochimson, Edward O'Neill, Carl
Plantinga, Daniel Shaw, David Sterritt, Garrett Stewart, Thomas Wartenberg,
and Nina Zimnik.


Allen and Gonzales, Alfred Hitchcock: Centenary Essays (1999)
Balkema and Slager, eds, Screen-Based Art (2000)
Stephen Barber, Artaud: The Screaming Body (1999)
Jean Baudrillard, Fatal Strategies (1999)
Jean Baudrillard, Revenge of the Crystal (1999)
Botting and Wilson, The Tarantinian Ethics (2001)
Rex Butler, Jean Baudrillard (1999)
Michel Chion, The Voice in Cinema (1999)
John Corner, Critical Ideas in Television Studies (1999)
Chris Darke, Light Readings: Film Criticism and Screen Arts (2000)
Donald, Friedberg, and Marcus, Close Up 1927-1933 (1998)
Ehrlich and Desser, Cinematic Landscapes: Observations on the Visual Arts
    and Cinema of China and Japan (pbk 1999)
Manny Farber, Negative Space (exp. edn 1998)
Film and Philosophy, Special Issue on Woody Allen (2000)
Patrick Fuery, New Developments in Film Theory (2000)
Chris Fujiwara, The Cinema of Nightfall: Jacques Tourneur (2001)
Tag Gallagher, The Adventures of Roerto Rossellini (1998)
Gerow and Nornes, eds, In Praise of Film Studies: Essays in Honor of Makino
    Mamoru (2001)
Carolyn Bailey Gill, ed., Time and the Image (2000)
David Gillespie, Early Soviet Cinema (2000)
Gledhill and Williams, eds, Reinventing Film Studies (2000)
Gripsrud, ed., Television and Common Knowledge (1999)
Tom Gunning, The Films of Fritz Lang (2000)
Joan Hawkins, Cutting Edge: Art-Horror and the Horrific Avant-garde (2000)
Barbara M. Kennedy, Deleuze and Cinema (2001)
Myrto Konstantarakos, Spaces in European Cinema (2000)
James Lastra, Sound Technology and the American Cinema (2000)
Hyangjin Lee, Contemporary Korean Cinema (2000)
Jean-Louis Leutrat, Last Year in Marienbad (2000)
Emanuel Levy, Cinema of Outsiders: The Rise of American Independent Film (2001)
Colin MacCabe, The Eloquence of the Vulgar (1999)
Scott McQuire, Visions of Modernity (1998)
Laurent Mannoni, The Great Art of Light and Shadow (2000)
Laura U. Marks, The Skin of the Film (2000)
Mazdon, ed., France on Film (2001)
Jeremy Millar, Jane and Louise Wilson (2001)
Movie, no. 36 (2000)
Petro, ed., Fugitive Images: From Photography to Video (1995)
Patricia Pisters, ed., Micropolitics of Media Culture: Reading the Rhizomes
    of Deleuze and Guattari (2001)
Richard Porton, Film and the Anarchist Imagination (1999)
Powrie, ed., French Cinema in the 1990s (1999)
Robert B. Ray, How a Film Theory Got Lost (2001)
Renov and Suderburg, eds, Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices (1996)
Reinke and Taylor, eds, Lux: A Decade of Artists' Film and Video (2000)
Rothman and Keane, Reading Cavell's The World Viewed (2000)
Heide Schlupmann, Abendrothe der Subjektphilosophie: Eine Asthetik des
    Kinos (1998)
Edward S. Small, Direct Theory: Experimental Film/Video as Major Genre (1994)
Paul Julian Smith, The Moderns: Time, Space, and Subjectivity in
    Contemporary Spanish Culture (2000)
Lieve Spaas, The Francophone Film (2000)
Janet Staiger, Perverse Spectators: The Practices of Film Reception (2000)
David Sterritt, The Films of Jean-Luc Godard (1999)
Martin Stollery, Alternative Empires: European Modernist Cinemas and
    Cultures of Imperialism (2001)
Studies in French Cinema, vol. 1 no. 1 (2001)
Thomas Sutcliffe, Watching: Reflections on the Movies (2000)
Temple and Williams, eds, The Cinema Alone: Essays on the Work of Jean-Luc
    Godard, 1985-2000 (2000)
Deborah Thomas, Beyond Genre: Melodrama, Comedy and Romance in Hollywood
    Films (2000)
Deborah Thomas, Reading Hollywood (2001)
Trinh T. Minh-ha, Cinema Interval (1999)
Vasseleu, Textures of Light: Vision and Touch in Irigiray, Levinas and
    Merleau-Ponty (1998)
Paul Virilio, Polar Inertia (2000)
Sigird Weigel, Body- and Image-Space: Re-reading Walter Banjamin (1996)

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Length: 2-6,000 words
Deadline: October 1st 2001


Submissions are also invited for papers on any topic concerning the
philosophy of moving images, especially extended discussions of recent
films. Suggested subjects include: Abbas Kiarostami, David Lynch, DV
Aesthetics, Gilles Deleuze, Lars von Trier, Wim Wenders, Cognitivism, Bela
Tarr, Mohsen Mahkmalbaf, Slavoj Zizek, David Fincher, Time and Memory, Leos
Carax, Laura Mulvey, Sharunas Bartas, Andre Bazin, Dogme95, Analytical Film
Theory, Tran Anh Hung, Film as Thought, Jacques Derrida, Ken Loach,
Phenomenology, Jean-Luc Godard, Stanley Cavell, Robert Guediguian, Gallery
Film-Art, Harmony Korine, Paul Virilio, Alexandre Sokurov, Shohei Imamura .
. . . etc.

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submission elsewhere or previously published.

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