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February 2011, Week 4


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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 25 Feb 2011 18:23:53 +0000
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Colleagues -

the latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' has just
been published:

Sounding Science Fiction Special Issue

Edited by Sean Redmond

1. Sound Design for a Found Future: Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men
William Whittington

2. Vox politica: acousmatic voices in Argentinean science fiction cinema
Mariano Paz

3. Listening from behind the sofa? The (un)earthly roles of sound in BBC
Wales' Doctor Who
Matt Hills

4. Sounding Alien, Touching the Future: Beyond the Sonorous Limit in Science
Fiction Film
Sean Redmond

5. Sounds between worlds: the audiovisual hyperchiasm in The Thirteenth
Floor and The Matrix
Kevin Fisher

6. The Sunshine Soundtrack as Aural Attraction
Teresa Forde

7. What if Zarathustra Had Not Spoken? Alex North’s Counterfactual
Soundtrack to 2001: A Space Odyssey
Lee Barron

8. The Dark Side: representing science fiction in drum ‘n’ bass
Emily D. Ferrigno

yours sincerely

Warren Buckland
Course leader, MA in Film Studies: Popular Cinema, at Oxford Brookes

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