The latest issue of the Routledge journal the 'New Review of Film and 
Television Studies' has just been published. It is available 
electronically on the ebsco database and in print form:

'New Review of Film and Television Studies'
Volume 8 Number 1 March 2010
Special Issue: The French philosophy of cinema
Guest Editor: Hunter Vaughan


What is the French philosophy of cinema? An Introduction
Hunter Vaughan

Jean Louis Schefer: screen memories from 'L’Homme ordinaire du cinéma'
Tom Conley

Rancière, Deleuze and Contemporary film aesthetics
Duncan Chesney

Pedagogies of the image between Daney and Deleuze
Garin Dowd

Jacques Rancière and the Fictional Capacity of Documentary
Nico Baumbach

Post-deconstructive realism? Nancy’s cinema of contact
Laura McMahon

The ‘new wave’ of French phenomenology and cinema: New concepts for the 
cinematic experience
Julien Guillemet

Review Essay
Schizophrenizing cinema: rhizomatics, dualisms, and the infinite 
David Sterritt

Books Received

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

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