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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 5 Sep 2013 09:39:37 +0100
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The latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' has
just been published.

Although not a special issue as such, it brings together several essays on
film theory, film-philosophy, and film narratology that the journal has
received over the previous few years. In many ways, these essays represent
the core interests of the journal, its main editorial focus.

New Review of Film and Television Studies, 11, 3 (2013):

Martin Lefebvre
On some epistemological problems in film theory

Boaz Hagin
Inverted identification: Bergson and phenomenology in Deleuze’s cinema books

Henry Bacon
Hypothetical focalization in the cinema

Agnieszka Piotrowska
The horror of a doppelganger in documentary film

Ian Aitken
Georg Lukács’ late aesthetic and film theory: A study of the chapter
entitled ‘Film’ in Lukács’ 'The Specificity of the Aesthetic' (1963)

Angelos Koutsourakis
Politics and open-ended dialectics in Lars von Trier’s 'Dogville': A
post-Brechtian critique.

Gerwin van der Pol
Cognitive dissonance as an effect of watching 'Amator'

Simone Knox
Eye candy for the blind: re-introducing Lyotard’s Acinema into discourses
on excess, motion, and spectacle in contemporary Hollywood

Book Reviews
Tarja Laine on 'Cinema and Contact' (Laura McMahon)
David Sterritt on 'The Neuro-Image' (Patricia Pisters)
Glen Norton on 'Where Film Meets Philosophy' (Hunter Vaughan)

Warren Buckland
Reader in Film Studies
Oxford Brookes University

International Congress of the Colombian Association for Semiotic Studies
Jorge Tadeo Lozano University - Bogota, Colombia September 16-18, 2013:

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