[Filmfestivalresearch] Fwd: FW: Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies issue 26 now published

ger zielinski, ph.d. geraldzielinski at trentu.ca
Thu Mar 13 22:24:05 CET 2014

Dear Festival Peeps,

The SCOPE issue is now available and the links are up and running. This
issue includes the popular Dossier on film festival pedagogy. See below!


 Mark Gallagher <aazmg at exmail.nottingham.ac.uk>
Date: Thursday, March 13, 2014 at 5:09 PM
To: "Announcement list for the British Association of Film, Television and
Screen Studies" <BAFTSS at JISCMAIL.AC.UK>
Subject: Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies issue 26
now published

Dear colleagues (apologies for cross-posting),

We are pleased to announce that *Scope: An Online Journal of Film and
Television Studies* issue 26 has been published:

We hope readers will enjoy this open-access resource for film and
television scholarship. The issue's table of contents is reproduced below.

*Scope* has moved to a new website, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/scope/, and
we are working to migrate content from past issues to the new site. Thanks
for your patience as we work to make all journal issues available to
interested readers.


Mark Gallagher
Co-Editor, *Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies
Department of Culture, Film and Media
University of Nottingham
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Nottingham NG7 2RD
United Kingdom

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e-mail mark.gallagher at nottingham.ac.uk


*Scope* Issue 26 - February 2014


No Country for Women and Children: Pastoral American and Meaningful Despair
in *Palindromes* and *Dancer in the
Charles Burnetts

The Fine Art of Commercial Freedom: British Music Videos and Film
Emily Caston

"Disappointingly Thin and Flaccid": Gender, Authorship and Authenticity
in Shane Meadows' *Once Upon a Time in the Midlands*
-- Martin
Fradley & Emma Sutton

"We Ain't Thinking About Tomorrow": Narrative Immediacy and the Digital
Period Aesthetic in Michael Mann's*Public
Adam Gallimore

Melodrama as Vernacular Modernism in China: The Case of D. W.
Qijun Han

Postmillennial Cinema and the Avenging *Fatale* in *Sin City*, *Hard Candy*
 and *Descent*<http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/scope/documents/2014/february/lindop1.pdf>
Samantha Jane Lindop

Labor Relations, 16mm Film and Euston
Max Sexton

DOSSIER: Film Festival Pedagogy: Using the Film Festival in or as a Film
curated by Ger Zielinski

Book Reviews

*All book reviews

*Watching the World: Screening Documentary and Audiences* by Thomas Austin

*A Journey through Documentary Film* by Luke Dormehl

*American Documentary Film: Projecting the Nation* by Jeffrey Geiger

A Review by Douglas C. MacLeod Jr.

*Performance in the Cinema of Hal Hartley* by Steven Rawle

*Hal Hartley* by Mark L. Berrettini

A review by Jennifer O'Meara

*Hunting the Dark Knight: Twenty-First Century Batman b*y Will Brooker

*The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader e*dited by Christoph Lindner

A Review by Matthew Freeman

*Film and Female Consciousness: Irigaray, Cinema and Thinking Women* by
Lucy Bolton

*Civilized Violence: Subjectivity, Gender and Popular Cinema* by David

A Review by Katherine Whitehurst

*New Takes in Film-Philosophy* edited by Havi Carel and Greg Tuck

*Deleuze and Cinema: The Film Concepts* by Felicity Colman

*Deleuze and World Cinemas* by David Martin-Jones

A Review by Sergey Toymentsev

*The British Film Institute, the Government and Film Culture,
1933-2000 * edited
by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith and Christophe Dupin

*J. Edgar Hoover Goes to the Movies:  The FBI and the Origins of
Hollywood's Cold War * by John Sbardellati

*The CIA in Hollywood:  How the Agency Shapes Film and Television * by
Tricia Jenkins

A Review by Elaine Lennon

*Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer* by Shaun Kimber

*Film and Video Censorship in Modern Britain* by Julian Petley

A review by Karen Oughton

*Unruly Girls, Unrepentant Mothers: Redefining Feminism on Screen* by
Kathleen Rowe Karlyn

*African American Actresses: The Struggle for Visibility, 1900-1960* by
Charlene Regester

*Unsettling Sights: The Fourth World on Film* by Corinn Columpar

A review by Mantra Roy

*Metamorphoses of the Vampire in Literature and Film: Cultural
Transformations in Europe, 1732-1933* by Erik Butler

*Stephen King on the Small Screen* by Mark Browning

*John Carpenter* by Michelle Le Blanc and Colin Odell

A review by Alissa Burger

*Bollywood: Gods, Glamour and Gossip* by Kush Varia

*Bollywood: A Guidebook to Popular Hindi Cinema* by Tejaswini Gamti

A Review by Laya Maheshwari

*The Queer Art of Failure* by Judith Halberstam

*InterMedia in South Asia: The Fourth Screen* edited by Rajinder Dudrah,
Sangita Gopal, Amit S. Rai and Anustup Basu

*The New Media Nation: Indigenous Peoples and Global Communication* by
Valerie Alia

A Review by Rohit K Dasgupta, University of the Arts London

*Reforming Hollywood: How American Protestants Fought for Freedom at the*
*Movies* by William D. Romanowki

*Celluloid Sermons: The Emergence of the Christian Film Industry, 1930-1986* by
Terry Lindvall and Andrew Quicke

A review by Hannah Graves, University of Warwick

*Shadow of a Mouse: Performance, Belief, and World-Making in Animation * by
Donald Crafton

*The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation* by Thomas Lamarre

A review by Daniel Knipe, University of the West of England

*Broken Mirrors/Broken Minds: The Dark Dreams of Dario Argento* by Maitland

*The New Neapolitan Cinema* by Alex Marlow-Mann

*Radical Frontiers in the Spaghetti Western: Politics, Violence and Popular
Italian Cinema* by Austin Fisher

A review by Joseph North

*Mike Leigh* by Sean O'Sullivan

*Discomfort and Joy: The Cinema of Bill Forsyth* by Jonathan Murray

A review by Marcus Smith

*Lindsay Anderson: Cinema Authorship* by John Izod, Karl Magee, Kathryn
Hannan and Isabelle Gourdin-Sanguaord

*The Cinema of Michael Winterbottom* by Deborah Allison

A review by Martin Stollery

*A Companion to Eastern European Cinemas* edited by Anikó Imre

*European Cinema and Intertextuality: History, Memory and Politics* by Ewa

*European Cinema in Motion: Migrant and Diasporic Film in Contemporary
Europe* edited by Daniela Berghahn and Claudia Sternberg

A review by Andrea Virginás

*Existentialism and Social Engagement in the Films of Michael Mann* by
Vincent M. Gaine

*Maximum Movies-Pulp Fictions: Film Culture and the Worlds of Samuel
Fuller, Mickey Spillane, and Jim Thompson* by Peter Stanfield

A review by Michael Ahmed

*Not Hollywood: Independent Film at the Twilight of the American Dream* by
Sherry B. Ortner

*Indie, Inc.: Miramax and the Transformation of Hollywood in the 1990s* by
Alisa Perren

*Hollywood's Indies: Classics Divisions, Specialty Labels and the American
Film Market * by Yannis Tzioumakis

A review by Steven Rawle

*Black and Blue: The Bruising Passion of Camera Lucida, La Jetee, Sans
Soleil and Hiroshima Mon Amour* by Carol Mavor

*Temporality and Film Analysis* by Matilda Mroz

A review by John A. Riley

*Scripting Hitchcock: Psycho, The Birds, and Marnie* by Walter Raubicheck
and Walter Srebnick

*A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation* edited by Deborah Cartmell

A review by J. E. Smyth

*What Dreams Were Made Of: Movie Stars of the 1940s* edited by Sean Griffin

*Hollywood Reborn: Movie Stars of the 1970s* edited by James Morrison

*Shining in Shadows: Movie Stars of the 2000s * edited by Murray Pomerance

A review by Jude Warne

*Coming Soon to A Festival Near You: Programming Film Festivals* edited by
Jeffrey Ruoff

*Film Festival Yearbook 4: Film Festivals and Activism * edited by Dina
Iordanova and Leshu Torchin

A review by Dorota Ostrowska

Film Reviews

*All Film Reviews

*Special Feature: The Marvel Cinematic Universe*

Introduction by Leora Hadas

*Iron Man 3*: launching Phase 2 -- review by Leora Hadas

*Avengers Assembled*: The Marvel Transmedia Universe -- review by William

Joe Johnston and Marvel Studios Unearth a Brooklyn Antique *Captain
America: The First Avenger*  -- review by Martin Flanagan

*Iron Man*: Building the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- review by Aaron

*Additional reviews*

*The Devils -- * review by Sarah Pines

*The Voyage of the Dawn Treader -- * review by Alice Mills

*Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy -- * review by Reidar Due

Conference Reports

*All Conference

European Cinema Research Forum Conference 2013: The Other -- report by
Christian Klesse

German Screen Studies Network Symposium: "The Return of the Real--Realism
and Everyday Life in Contemporary German-Language Film" -- report by
Elizabeth Ward

MeCCSA (Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association) Postgraduate
Network Conference -- report by Michael Ahmed

Revisiting Star Studies Conference -- report by Anna Malinowska and Mani

SCMS 2013: Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference -- report by
Frances Smith

Screening Atrocity: Cinema, Decolonisation and the Holocaust -- report by
Hilary Clixby & Hedley Sugar-Wells

Texture in Film: Interdisciplinary Symposium -- report by Allain Dingle

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