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    F I L M - P H I L O S O P H Y
    Internet Salon (ISSN 1466-4615)

    Call for Reviews and Articles
    July 2000

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Guy Austin, _Claude Chabrol_ (1999).
Martin Barker, with Thomas Austin, _From Antz to Titanic: Reinventing Film
    Analysis_ (2000).
Eleanor Bryne and Martin McQuillan, _Deconstructing Disney_ (1999).
Warren Buckland, _The Cognitive Semiotics of Film_ (2000).
Francesco Casetti, _ Theories of Cinema, 1945-1995_ (1999).
Countryman and von Heussen-Countryman, _Shane_ (1999).
Thomas Elsaesser, _Fassbinder's Germany: History, Identity, Subject_  (1996).
Elizabeth Ezra, _Georges Melies_ (2000)
_Film and Philosophy_, vol. 4, 1997. [on Tarantino, Hitchcock, Deleuze,
_Film Studies: An International Review_, no. 1, Spring 1999. [on Sokurov,
    Scorcese, Renoir, Wenders]
Gregory Flaxman, ed., _The Brain Is the Screen: Deleuze and the Philosophy
    of Cinema_ (2000).
Joseph H. Kupfer, _Visions of Virtue in Popular Film_ (1999).
Jean Mitry, _Semiotics and the Analysis of Film_ (2000).
John Mullarkey, _The New Bergson_ (2000).
Kim Newman, _Cat People_ (1999).
_October_, no. 89, Summer 1999. [on Vertov, Bunuel, Hitchcock, Rainer, Jarman]
V. F. Perkins, _The Magnificent Ambersons_ (1999).
Carl Plantinga and Greg M. Smith, eds, _Passionate Views: Film, Cognition,
    and Emotion_ (1999).
James Quandt, ed., _Robert Bresson_ (1998).
James Quandt, ed., _Shohei Imamura_ (1997).
Keith Reader, _Robert Bresson_ (2000).
Rehm, Joyard, and Riviere, eds, _Tsai Ming-Liang_ (1999).
Garrett Stewart, _Between Film and Screen: Modernism's Photo Synthesis_ (1999).
Jane Stokes, _On Screen Rivals: Cinema and Television in the United States
    and Britain_ (1999).
Dai Vaughn, _For Documentary: Twelve Essays_ (1999).
Thomas E. Wartenberg, _Unlikely Couples: Movie Romance as Social Criticism_
Paul Willemen and Jim Pines, eds, _The Essential Framework: Classic Film
    and TV Essays_ (1998).
Linda Williams, _Hard Core: Power, Pleasure, and the 'Frenzy of the
    Visible'_ (1999).
Brian Winston, _Fires Were Started_ (1999).

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Deadline: October 15th 2000



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