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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 14 Feb 2012 12:42:56 +0000
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Dear colleagues

the latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' has
just been published, a Special Issue called 'Wes Anderson and Co'. It
contains the following essays:

Wes Anderson: A 'smart' director of the new sincerity?
Warren Buckland

This is available as a free download from the journal's website:

Wes Anderson, tone, and the quirky sensibility
James MacDowell

'Same old song': On audiovisual style in the films of Wes Anderson
Elena Boschi and Tim McNelis

'I'm just a character in your film': Acting and performance from autism to
Donna Peberdy

A certain age: Wes Anderson, Anjelica Huston, and modern femininity
Cynthia Felando

Wes Anderson and the city spaces of indie cinema
Brendan Kredell

Framing the 'melancomic': Character, aesthetics and affect in Wes
Anderson's Rushmore
Deborah J. Thomas

Nostalgically man dwells on this Earth: Objects and domestic space in The
Royal Tenenbaums and The Darjeeling Ltd
Stefano Baschiera

Balancing act: Exploring the tone of The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
John Gibbs

'This is an adventure': The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and the
spectacle of nature documentary
David O’Grady

Fantastic Mr. filmmaker: Paratexts and the positioning of Wes Anderson as
Roald Dahl's cinematic heir
Tom Dorey

Review of Mark Browning, Wes Anderson: Why His Movies Matter
Warren Buckland

Yours sincerely

Warren Buckland
co-ordinator, MA in Film Studies: Popular Cinema, Oxford Brookes University:

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