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Press Release

Continental Film Philosophy Today
New Special Issue of Film-Philosophy

The latest issue of the salon-journal Film-Philosophy (ISSN  
1466-4615) takes a snapshot of the new lines of thinking in  
continental film philosophy. Taking on the new interest with the  
bodily in relation to the image, the return of deconstruction in film  
studies, and featuring a symposium on Dominique Chateau’s Cinéma et  
philosophie (2005), the issue examines the possible futures of  
philosophy and film. (This includes the appearance of philosophers on  
film, with a review by Edward R. O’Neill of the recent films Derrida  
and Zizek!). Edited by four of the ten-member editorial collective  
(Sarah Cooper, David Martin-Jones, Douglas Morrey, and Benjamin  
Noys), this issue of Film-Philosophy continues our desire for  
accessible academic engagement.

Film-Philosophy is designed as a 21st century international para- 
academic 24-hour live-event version of specialised academic  
publishing. Traditional journals (including those online that desire  
the gravitas of tradition, and don't exploit their electronic  
position) allow little or no possibility for interaction, response,  
or argument. Articles are read, but hang in the air with a somewhat  
delayed life – before being cited perhaps months or years later. Film- 
Philosophy is a 'salon-journal', with 1500 worldwide members who can  
discuss and continue the journal review-articles. We also have a  
tradition of inviting reviewed authors the right to reply as another  
way of short circuiting this delay.

So we encourage any and all readers to use the salon to reply and  
engage creatively with these new lines in continental film philosophy.

The Editorial Collective
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Jon Baldwin (London Metropolitan University), Catherine Constable  
(Sheffield Hallam University), Sarah Cooper (King's College London),  
David Martin-Jones (University of St Andrews), Douglas Morrey  
(University of Warwick), John Mullarkey (University of Dundee),  
Benjamin Noys (University of Chichester), David Sorfa (Liverpool John  
Moores University), Richard Stamp (Bath Spa University), Damian Peter  
Sutton (Glasgow School of Art).

PS. Film-Philosophy is 10 years old today (1 November 2006), so Happy  
Birthday to us.


Continental Film Philosophy Today

Edited by Sarah Cooper, David Martin-Jones, Douglas Morrey, and  
Benjamin Noys

Special Issue of Film-Philosophy

Volume 10, Number 2, October 2006

The Body of the Image

Maria Walsh: Against Fetishism:      1-10

On Laura Mulvey's Death 24x a Second

Douglas Morrey: Bodies that Matter      11-22

On Vivian Sobchack's Carnal Thoughts

Patrick ffrench: Pathology of the Photogram    23-30

On Philippe Michaud's Aby Warburg and the Image in Motion

Robert Sinnerbrink: Cinema and Its Shadow    31-38

On Mario Perniola's Art and Its Shadow

Deconstruction and Film

Patrick Crogan: Essential Viewing      39-54

On Bernard Stiegler's La technique et le temps 3

Cara O’Connor: Cut Together      55-66

On Jean-Luc Nancy's The Ground of the Image

Kristi McKim: Inscribing Cinema      67-81

On Sylviane Agacinski's Time Passing: Modernity and Nostalgia

Symposium on Dominique Château’s Cinéma et philosophie

Thorsten Botz-Bornstein: Mapping Film Studies    82-86

Codruta Morari: The Paradoxes of Rationality    87-98

Paul C. Cunha Filho: The Cinematic Agora     99-107

Philosophy on Film

Edward R. O'Neill: Ecce Homo      108-118

On Zizek! (2005) and Derrida (2002)


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