the latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' has just
been published. It contains the following essays:
James Cameron's 'Avatar': Access for All
This essay is available as a FREE download from the journal's website (the
link is to the right of the journal's cover):
'A process to learn something': 'Pearl Harbor' and the Producer’s Game in
Digital Afx: Digital Dressing and Affective Shifts in 'Sin City' and '300'
'Principles That Transcend Drugs or Money or Anything Like That': The
Monstrosity of Morality in 'No Country for Old Men'
Academic Discourses and American Independent Cinema: In Search of a Field of
Studies. Part 2: From the 1990s to date
Reaction Time: How to Edit Movies
Seeing Lucy’s Perspective: Returning to Cavell, Wittgenstein and 'The Awful
Figures in a landscape: work and beauty in 'sleep furiously'
Review of Richard Rushton, 'The Reality of Film'
Please note: if you plan to submit an essay to the journal, we will not be
able to publish it until the end of 2013 at the earliest, due to a long
Editor, 'New Review of Film and Television Studies'
Reader in Film Studies, Oxford Brookes University
Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite