Volume 10, 2006

Issue 1 - Reanimating the Auteur


Edited by David Sorfa, David Martin-Jones and John Mullarkey

Introduction:
Reanimating the Auteur
David Sorfa

Review Articles

The Principle of Revelation
Review: Catherine Lupton (2005) Chris Marker: Memories of the Future (1-14)
Eduardo Abrantes

The Auteur as Imposter
Review:
Lisa Downing (2004) Patrice Lecont (15-20)
Fiona Handyside

Neither Personal nor Political
Review:
John Anderson (2005) Edward Yang (21-27)
Brian Hu

Godard Alone?
Review:
Michael Temple, James S.Williams and Michael Witt (eds) (2004) For Ever Godard (28-45)
Katerina Loukopoulou

Apprehending Beauty
Review:
Michel Chion (2004) The Thin Red Line (46-54)
Ian-Malcolm Rijsdijk

Re-remembering History in Contemporary Film
Review:
Pam Cook (2005) Screening the Past: Memory and Nostalgia in Cinema (55-63)
Jonathan Wright


Book Reviews

Opening the Door to the Subconscious
Review: Gwynne Edwards (2005) A Companion to Luis Bunuel (64-70)
Michael Abecassis

It Is What It Is
Review:
David Lynch, edited by Chris Rodley (2004) Lynch on Lynch: Revised Edition (71-77)
Jennifer Cecconi

Review:
Joan Mellen (2004) In the Realm of the Senses (78-82)
Kevin Teo Kia Choong

Review:
Carrie Tarr (2005) Reframing Difference: Beur and Banlieue Filmmaking in France (83-86)
Florian Grandena

Review:
Jonathan Rosenbaum (2004) Essential Cinema: On the Necessity of Film Canons (97-90)
Claudia Kotte

Review:
Robert Bird (2004) Andrei Rublev (91-98)
Julia Kristanciuk

Taiwan and the Auteur: The Forging of an Identity
Review:
Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh and Darrell William Davis (2005) Taiwan Film Directors: A Treasure Island (99-103)
Samaya L. Sukha

Issue 2 - Continental Film Philosophy Today

Edited by Sarah Cooper, David Martin-Jones, Douglas Morrey and Benjamin Noys

The Body of the Image

Against Fetishism: The Moving Quiescence of Life 24 Frames a Second
Review: Laura Mulvey (2006) Death 24x a Second: Stillness and the Moving Image (1-10)
Maria Walsh

Bodies that Matter
Review:
Vivian Sobchack (2004) Carnal Thoughts: Embodiment and Moving Image Culture (11-22)
Douglas Morrey

Pathology of the Photogram
Review:
Philippe Michaud (2004) Aby Warburg and the Image in Motion (23-30)
Patrick ffrench

Cinema and Its Shadow (pdf 31-38),
Review:
Mario Perniola (2004) Art and Its Shadow (31-38)
Robert Sinnerbrink

Deconstruction and Film

Essential Viewing
Review: Bernard Stiegler (2001) La technique et le temps 3: Le temps du cinéma et la question du mal-être (39-54)
Patrick Crogan

Cut Together
Review:
Jean-Luc Nancy (2005) The Ground of the Image (55-66)
Cara O’Connor

Inscribing Cinema
Review:
Sylviane Agacinski (2003) Time Passing: Modernity and Nostalgia (67-81)
Kristi McKim

Symposium on Dominique Château’s Cinéma et philosophie

Mapping Film Studies (82-86)
Thorsten Botz-Bornstein

The Paradoxes of Rationality (87-98)
Codruta Morari

The Cinematic Agora (99-107)
Paul C. Cunha Filho

Philosophy on Film

Ecce Homo
Review:
Žižek! (2005) and Derrida (2002) (108-118)
Edward R. O'Neill

Issue 3 - General

Edited by David Sorfa

Articles

Envisaging ‘Visualisation’: Some challenges from the international Lord of the Rings audience project (1-25)
Martin Barker

A Heideggerian Cinema? On Terrence Malick’s The Thin Red Line (26-37)
Robert Sinnerbrink

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Intrusion of the Real
Interview:
Sophie Fiennes, Director, The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema (38-49)
Marty Fairbairn

Like a Ribbon of Dreams
New York Film Festival 2006 Report (Part One) (50-61)
Martha P. Nochimson

Based on a True Story
New York Film Festival 2006 Report (Part Two) (62-73)
Martha P. Nochimson


Book Reviews

Sin Cities
Review:
Edward Dimendberg (2004) Film Noir and the Spaces of Modernity (74-79)
Peter Catapano

Just Look At Me Now: Problems of Viewing in Film Noir
Review:
Edward Dimendberg (2004) Film Noir and the Spaces of Modernity (80-94)
Dara Patricia Downey

Review:
Richard W.McCormick and Alison Guenther-Pal (eds.) (2004) German Essays on Film (95-100)
Francis Guerin

Review:
Matt Hills (2005) The Pleasures of Horror (101-103)
Joanne Goss

The Many Shades of Red
Review:
Steven Jay Schneider (2004) New Hollywood Violence (104-108)
James Kendrick

Does Exactly What It Says On The Tin
Review:
Christopher Grau (ed.) Philosophers Explore the Matrix (109-113)
Alex Bussey

From Socrates to Seinfeld: What’s the Deal with Nothing?
Review:
William Irwin (ed.) (1999) Seinfeld and Philosophy: A Book About Everything and Nothing (114-121)
John S. Vassar

Impractical Pragmatics
Review:
Richard A. Gilmore (2005) Doing Philosophy at the Movies (122-128)
Ben Little