Dear List members,

The latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' (6: 
3, December 2008) is now available.
The journal is available in print form, and from the EBSCO database.

Yours sincerely,

Warren Buckland
Editor, 'New Review of Film and Television Studies'

Just published: Warren Buckland (ed.), 'Puzzle Films: Complex 
Storytelling in Contemporary Cinema' (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009).

'New Review of Film and Television Studies'(6:3, December 2008)

Methodological Questions in “Interactive Film Studies”
Dominic Arsenault, Bernard Perron, Martin Picard, and Carl Therrien

Into the Light: Re-considering off-frame and off-screen space in gallery 
Catherine Fowler

Portrait of the artist as a pun man: Humor and its structures in the 
films of Jean-Luc Godard
Sydney Duncan

 From screen to stage: Almodóvar’s All About My Mother
Gwynne Edwards

What ever happened to West Side Story?: Gene Kelly, jazz dance, and not 
so real men in Jacques Demy’s The Young Girls of Rochefort
Svea Becker and Bruce Williams

Cosmetic Surgery and Mediated Body Theatre: The Designable Body in the 
Makeover Program The Swan
Anne Jerslev

Do Not Go Gentle Into That Twilight: Rod Serling’s Challenge to 1960s’ 
Television Production
Jon Kraszewski

Notes on Filmosophy: A Reply to Reviews
Daniel Frampton

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