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    F i l m - P h i l o s o p h y
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-------------------  CALL FOR BOOK REVIEW ARTICLES  -------------------

    The following works have been received and need reviewers:

Rudolf Arnheim, _Film Essays and Criticism_ (1997).
Rudolf Arnheim, _The Split and the Structure_ (1996).
Henry Bacon, _Visconti: Explorations of Beauty and Decay_ (1998).
David Bordwell and Noel Carroll, eds, _Post-Theory: Reconstructing Film
    Studies_ (1996).
Chris Brophy, ed., _INFOG97: AConference on the Impact of Recent
    Developments in Digital Technology on Screen Culture Practice_ (1998).
Peter Brunette, _The Films of Michelangelo Antonioni_ (1998).
Haim Callev, _The Stream of Consciousness in the Films of Alain Resnais_
Cartmell, Hunter, Kaye, and Whelehan, eds, _Alien Identities: Exploring
    Differences in Film and Fiction_ (1999).
Michel Chion, _The Voice in Cinema_ (1999).
David B. Clarke, ed., _The Cinematic City_ (1997).
Arthur C. Danto, _Philosophizing Art_ (1999).
Cristina Degli-Esposti, ed., _Postmodernism in the Cinema_ (1998).
Thomas Elsaesser, _Fassbinder's Germany: History Identity Subject_  (1996).
Thomas Elsaesser and Kay Hoffman, eds, _Cinema Futures: Cain, Abel or
    Cable? The Screen Arts in the Digital Age_ (1998).
John Fullerton, ed., _Celebrating 1895: The Centenary of Cinema_ (1998).
Asim Ratan Ghosh and Arup Ratan Ghosh, eds, 'Postmodernism and Cinema',
    _Views Reviews Interviews: A Journal of Cine Society, Mosabani_, vol. 15,
Asim Ratan Ghosh and Arup Ratan Ghosh, eds, 'Cultural Theory and Cinema',
    _Views Reviews Interviews: A Journal of Cine Society, Mosabani_, vol. 16,
Jean-Luc Godard, _Interviews_, edited by David Sterritt (1998).
Susan Hayward, _Luc Besson_ (1998).
Diana Holmes and Robert Ingram, _Francois Truffaut_ (1998).
Jan-Christopher Horak, ed., _Lovers of Cinema: The First American Film
    Avant-Garde 1919-1945_ (1995).
Richard Kearney, _Poetics of Imagining: Modern to Post-modern_, new ed. (1998).
Stuart Klawans, _Film Follies: The CInema Out of Order_ (1999).
Scott MacDonald, _A Critical Cinema 3: Interviews with Independent
    Filmmakers_ (1998).
Martha P. Nochimson, _The Passion of David Lynch: Wild at Heart in
    Hollywood_ (1997).
John Orr, _Contemporary Cinema_ (1998).
Brigitte Rollett, _Coline Serreau_ (1998).
Alison Smith, _Agnes Varda_ (1998).
Stam, Burgoyne, and Flitterman-Lewis, _New Vocabularies in Film Semiotics_
Andrey Tarkovsky, _Sculpting in Time_ (1986).
Carrie Tarr, _Diane Kurys_ (1999).
J. P. Telotte, _A Distant Technology: Science Fiction Film and the Machine
    Age_ (1999).
Maureen Turim, _The Films of Oshima Nagisa_ (1998).
Dennis L. Weeks and Jane Hoogestraat, eds, _Time, Memory, and the Verbal
    Arts: Essays on the Thought of Walter Ong_ (1998). [For a reviewer
interested in the theories of literacy informing ideas about 'visual
Siegried Zielinski, _Audiovisions: Cinema and Television as Entr'actes in
    History_ (1999).

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Length: 2-5,000 words
Deadline: 2 months after receipt of book

-------------------  GENERAL CALL FOR PAPERS  -------------------

Submissions are also invited for papers on any topic concerning the
philosophy of moving images.

Also, reviews of books, films, conferences, and moving image art shows are

Papers should be 2-5,000 words in length, original, and not under
submission elsewhere or previously published.

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asterisks*; film and book titles should be marked with _underscores_ (_Blue
Velvet_, Deleuze's _Cinema_); instead of tabs, separate paragraphs with a
one line gap; give page references for *all* quotations; use manual not
automatic footnotes.

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