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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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The latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' has
just been published.

Volume 12, number 2 (June 2014)

Patricia Pisters
The Neurothriller

E.M.S. Woods
The Influence of Henri Bergson on Film Criticism and Theory

Cato Wittusen
Varieties of Temporal Overlapping and Depth

Michael Z. Newman
Say ‘Pulp Fiction’ One More Goddamn Time: quotation culture and an
Internet-age classic
[Currently available as a free download from the journal’s website]

Agnieszka Piotrowska
‘Zero Dark Thirty’ – ‘War Autism’ or A Lacanian Ethical Act?

David Martin-Jones
Film Tourism as Heritage Tourism: Scotland, Diaspora and ‘The Da Vinci
Code’ (2006)
[Currently available as a free download from the journal’s website]

Steven John Gil
‘Remember the Nox’: Stargate SG-1’s Narrative Structure and the Changing
Form of Television Fiction

Mario Klarer
Putting Television ‘Aside’: Novel Narration in ‘House of Cards’

Book Reviews
Lindsay Steenberg
Review of: The Politics of Hollywood Cinema: Popular Film and Contemporary
Political Theory

Philipp Schmerheim
Review of: Cinematic Interfaces: Film Theory After New Media

Abstracts from all articles published in the 'New Review of Film and
Television Studies' can be viewed on the journal's website:

and articles can be freely downloaded from library websites that subscribe
to the journal.

Warren Buckland
Reader in Film Studies
Oxford Brookes University

Forthcoming: (ed.) *Hollywood Puzzle Films*:

Just Published, Edward Branigan and Warren Buckland (eds.):
*The Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory*:

Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite