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WINNER OF THE 2008 AAP/PSP PROSE AWARD FOR BEST NEW JOURNAL IN THE SOCIAL
SCIENCES & HUMANITIES!
 
Dear Colleague,
 
We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Projections has recently
been published by Berghahn Journals. This issue explores the following
topics: movies that rely on character deception and how they employ cues to
alert viewers to deceptive screen behaviors, a quantitative analysis of shot
lengths and shot types of the films of Aki Kaurismaki, a quantitative
analysis of shot design, and the concept of image schema as a fruitful way
to represent the content of viewers' and readers' consciousness. The issue
concludes with a book reviews section.
 
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Current Issue
Volume 9, Issue 2, Winter 2015
 
From the Editor
http://bit.ly/1Sjs6Qx
 
Cuing Deception Through Performance in 1940s Hollywood Cinema
J. Brandon Colvin
http://bit.ly/1GIg9mr
 
On the Heterogeneity of Cinematography in the Films of Aki Kaurismäki
Jaakko Seppälä
http://bit.ly/1RpJ27o
 
Shot Durations, Shot Classes, and the Increased Pace of Popular Movies
James E. Cutting and Ayse Candan
http://bit.ly/1RKHjt9
 
³It feels like there are hooks inside my chest:² The Construction of
Narrative Absorption Experiences using Image Schemata
Katalin Bálint and Ed S. Tan
http://bit.ly/1iypMs8
 
Book Reviews
http://bit.ly/1MtobM0
Davide Caputo, Polanski and Perception: The Psychology of Seeing and the
Cinema of Roman Polanski
Parastoo Alaeddini
 
Patrick Keating, ed., Cinematography
Philip Cowan
 
Linda Williams, On The Wire
Agustín Zarzosa
 
 
 
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