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Margaret Shaffer <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 28 Apr 2022 12:58:39 +0000
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Dear Colleague,

The latest issue of Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind has published! This special issue's goal is to offer insights across film theory and history, the intersubjective relationship between the movie and the viewer, and a possible experimental approach to the new life of film.

Published in association with The Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image:

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Volume 16, Issue 1

Guest Editor Introduction
The Neuroscience of Film
Vittorio Gallese and Michele Guerra 

Triangulation Revisited
Murray Smith 

Cranes, Drones and Eisenstein: A Neurohumanistic Approach to Audio/Visual Gestures
Anna Kolesnikov 

Enactive Authorship: Second-Order Simulation of the Viewer Experience—A Neurocinematic Approach
Pia Tikka 

How Movie Events Engage Childrens’ Brains to Combine Visual Attention with Domain-Specific Processing Involving Number and Theory of Mind in a Cinematic Arena
Daniel T. Levin, Andrew Mattarella-Micke, Madison J. Lee, Lewis J. Baker, Matthew A. Bezdek, and Bruce D. McCandliss 

Dramatic Irony: A Case Study in the Mutual Benefit of Combining Social Neuroscience with Film Theory
Cynthia Cabañas, Atsushi Senju, and Tim J. Smith 

Enacting Moving Images: Film Theory and Experimental Science within a New Cognitive Media Theory
Joerg Fingerhut and Katrin Heimann 

How to Be a Moderate Optimist about Neuroscience in Film Theory and Other Places
William P. Seeley 

Book Reviews
Maarten Coëgnarts, Jonathan Frome, Christopher Goetz, and Maureen Turim 

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