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The August edition of Scope's New Book and Film Reviews are now online.
Check them out via the link below

Book Reviews

Art and Outrage: Provocation, Controversy and the Visual Arts, By John
A.Walker, A Review by Sue Roberts.
The Art and Science of Screenwriting, By Philip Parker, A Review by Graeme
Gender, Ethnicity and Sexuality in Contemporary American Film, By Jude
Davies and Carole R. Smith, A Review by George S. Larke.
The Magnificent Ambersons, By V. F. Perkins, A Review by James Naremore.
The Media In Britain: Current Debates And Developments, Edited by Jane
Stokes and Anna Reading, A Review by Rebecca Robinson.
Passionate Views: Film, Cognition and Emotion, Edited by Carl Plantinga and
Greg M. Smith, A Review by Sarah Cardwell.
Pre-Code Hollywood: Sex, Immorality, and Insurrection in American Cinema
1930-1934, By Thomas Doherty, A Review by Christofer Meissner.
The Seventies Now: Culture as Surveillance, By Stephen Paul Miller, A Review
by Ian Smith.
Ziegfeld Girl: Image and Icon in Culture and Cinema, By Linda Mizejewski, A
Review by Nadine Wills.
Book Reviews Archive

Film Reviews

The Deep End of the Ocean, A Review by Eugene Doyen.
Erin Brockovich, A Review by Matthew Nelson.
The House of Mirth, A Review by Ian Haydn Smith.
The Talented Mr. Ripley, A Review by Paolo Rumi.
Victimised, A Review by Rebecca D. Feasey.

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Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies
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School of American and Canadian Studies
University of Nottingham
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United Kingdom
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Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite