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1. Studies in French Cinema vol 14 no 2

2. PG Essay Prize

3. New Books

1. Studies in French Cinema vol 14 no 2

has been published with the following six articles:

Thomas Pillard, Une voix de star française sur des images américaines: Fernandel dans L’Ennemi public n°1 (Verneuil, 1953)
Ellen C. Schwartz, Last Year at Marienbad as cubist cinema
Jenny Oyallon-Koloski, Genre experimentation and contemporary dance inJeanne et le garçon formidable
Kath Dooley, ‘When you have your back to the wall, everything becomes easy’: performance and direction in the films of Catherine Breillat
Emna Mrabet, Contestation et défense des droits humains chez les cinéastes Abdellatif Kechiche et Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
Peter Baxter, At first sight: love, narrative, history


2. PG Essay Prize

We are soliciting submissions for the Postgraduate Essay Prize. The deadline is 31 October 2014. Please see here for further details:


3. New Books

Hugo Frey, Nationalism and the Cinema in France: Political Mythologies and Film Events, 1945-1995, Berghahn.

André Gaudreault and Laurent Le Forestier (eds), Méliès, carrefour des attractions, suivi de Correspondance de Georges Méliès (1904-1937), Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2014.

Daniel Weyl, Robert Bresson: Procès de Jeanne D’Arc: de la plume médiévale au cinématographe, L’Harmattan.



Phil Powrie
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Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences
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University of Surrey

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