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Studies in French Cinema News (November 2012)

1. Studies in French Cinema vol 12 no 3

2. Portraits d'artistes

3. 1895 no 67

5. New books

1. Studies in French Cinema vol 12 no 3

The next issue is a special number on women directors of the last decade. It contains:

CARRIE TARR, Editorial: Women’s Filmmaking in France 2000-2010
TIM PALMER, Crashing the Millionaires’ Club: Popular Women’s Cinema in Twenty-first Century France
SARAH LEAHY, ‘A la place de l’autre…’: Otherness, Gender and Nation in Two Films by Agnès Jaoui
MARY HARROD, The Réalisactrice and the Rom-Com in the 2000s

ISABELLE VANDERSCHELDEN, Réalisa(c)trices Screening the Self: Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Maïwenn
MARTINE BEUGNET, Encoding Loss: Corporeality and (Im)materiality in the Age of the Digital
EMMA WILSON, Precarious Lives: On girls in Mia Hansen-Løve and Others
CARRIE TARR, Filmography: Women’s Filmmaking in France 2000-2010

2. Portraits d'artistes

The French Cinema Project 'Portraits d'artistes' is currently seeking scholars willing to offer bibliographical entries both literary and personal on French actors/actresses (1000 words maximum) for a future publication. If you are interested in contributing please email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>. Entries still available: V. Romance, Richard Bohringer, Maurice Chevalier, Flon, Jacques Dufilho, Michel Galabru, Daniel Prévost, Ticky Holgado, Claude Rich , Jean-Pierre Marielle, Jean Piat, Patrick Timsit, François Morel, Julie Depardieu, Caroline Cellier, Hippolyte Girardot, Marlène Jobert, Francis Huster, Sandrine Kiberlain, Bernard Giraudeau, Pierre Mondy, Edith Scob, Charles Vanel, Jean Lefèvre, Guy Marchand, Eddy Mitchell.

3. 1895 no 67

The latest issue of « 1895, revue d’histoire du cinéma » is now available.

Number 67 of the journal includes articles by Georges Didi-Huberman (« Eisenstein contre Barthes »), François Albéra (on Bergmann’s Persona), Delphine Wehrli (on the relationship between Bazin & Aristarco), Jean-Pierre Berthomé and Guillaume Vernet (on Les Enfants du paradis), and a major archive dossier entitled « Ouvrons Bazin ! » co-ordinated by François Albéra Laurent Le Forestier.

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4.  New books

Julia Dobson, Negotiating the auteur: Dominique Cabrera, Noemie Lvovsky, Laetitia Masson and Marion Vernoux (Manchester University Press, French Film Directors)

Jonathan Driskell, Marcel Carné (Manchester University Press, French Film Directors)



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