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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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The latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' has
just been published.

Volume 12, number 3 (September 2014)

Special Issue

What Will Film Studies Be? Film Caught Between the Television Revolution
and the Digital Revolution
Edited by Philippe Gauthier

Philippe Gauthier
[available as a free download from the journal's website]

Psychology of the Photographic, Cinematic, Televisual and Digital Image
John Belton

Recurrent Phenomena in French Film Studies: From Television to Digital
Philippe Gauthier

Film, Cinema, Television… Media?
William Uricchio

Teaching ‘Cinema’: For How Much Longer?
André Gaudreault

Pushing the Contradictions of the Digital:
‘Virtual Reality’ and ‘Interactive Narrative’ as Oxymorons Between
Narrative and Gaming
Thomas Elsaesser

Book Reviews:
Review of: Glen Creeber, Small Screen Aesthetics: From Television to the
Özgür Çiçek

Review of: Lev Manovich, Software Takes Command
Warren Buckland

Abstracts from all articles published in the 'New Review of Film and
Television Studies' can be viewed on the journal's website:

and articles can be freely downloaded from library websites that subscribe
to the journal.

Warren Buckland
Reader in Film Studies
Oxford Brookes University

Editor, "New Review of Film and Television Studies";

Just Published, (ed.) *Hollywood Puzzle Films*:

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