the latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' (9/4,
2011) has just been published. It contains the following essays:
Rethinking the Camera Eye: Dispositif and Subjectivity.
Implanted Time: 'The Final Cut' and the Reflexive Loops of Complex
'Lorna's Silence' and Levinasís ethical alternative: Form and viewer in the
Robar-Dorin's Mirror: 'Rams and Mammoths' in the Context of Yugoslav History
Post-Trauma, Post Queer: The Hitlerian Imago and New German Cinema
The National and the Transnational in Contemporary Greek Cinema
Editor, 'New Review of Film and Television Studies'
Reader in Film Studies
Oxford Brookes University
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