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Volume 3, 1999


December 1999
   
No. 52: Margaret E. Johnson, A Non-Critical Review
A Critical Cinema 3: Interviews with Independent Filmmakers by Scott MacDonald
      
No. 51: Philippe D. Mather,
Fear and Wonder: Ambivalence Towards Technology
on
A Distant Technology: Science Fiction Film and the Machine Age by J. P. Telotte
 
No. 50: David Martin-Jones,
Invaginating Antonioni
on
The Films of Michelangelo Antonioni by Peter Brunette
        
No. 49: Tico Romao,
The International Cinema of Poetry
on
Contemporary Cinema by John Orr
                       
 
November 1999
                       
No. 48: Mike Hakata,
Agnes Varda: Questions at Twenty-Four Frames a Second
on
Agnes Varda by Alison Smith
 
No. 47: Robert E. Mitchell,
Identifying Aliens
on
Alien Identities: Exploring Differences in Film and Fiction edited by Cartmell, Hunter, Kaye and Whelehan
             
No. 46: Ian Verstegen,
A Formalist Reborn
on
Film Essays and Criticism by Rudolf Arnheim
 
No. 45: Phillip H. Gochenour,
Assessing Ong
on
Time, Memory, and the Verbal Arts edited by Dennis L. Weeks and Jane Hoogestraat
 
October 1999
 
No. 44: Marty Fairbairn,
Report from the 1999 Toronto International Film Festival
on
The Big Kahuna,Simpatico, andFever
 
No. 43: Martha P. Nochimson,
Response to Bleasdale
on 'Letting Go of David Lynch' by John Bleasdale
 
No. 42: John Bleasdale,
Letting Go of David Lynch
on
The Passion of David Lynch by Martha P. Nochimson
 
No. 41: Marty Fairbairn,
The Ethics of Representation: A Review ofJakob the Liar; An Interview with Peter Kassovitz
a Report from the Toronto International Film Festival 1999
 
No. 40: David B. Clarke,
Cinecity Confidential
a reply to 'Urban Montage' by Deborah L. Parsons
 
 
September 1999
 
No. 39: Deborah L. Parsons,
Urban Montage
on
The Cinematic City edited by David B. Clarke
 
No. 38: Mary Carruthers,
Reply to Cameron
on 'Thinking through Imagery' by Evan William Cameron
 
No. 37: Paul M. Malone,
Negotiating Modernity in Weimar Film Theory
on
The Cinema's Third Machine by Sabine Hake
 
No. 36: Tina M. Kelleher,
Why Film History Should Not Repeat Itself
on
Celebrating 1895: The Centenary of Cinema edited by John Fullerton
 
 
August 1999
 
No. 35: Bohdan Y. Nebesio,
How to Account for Cinematic Experience?
on
The Aesthetics and Psychology of the Cinema by Jean Mitry
 
No. 34: John Izod,
Reply to MacLennan
on 'The Necessity of Critical Realism' by Gary MacLennan
 
No. 33: Gary MacLennan,
The Necessity of Critical Realism
on
An Introduction to Television Documentary by Richard Kilborn and John Izod
 
No. 32: Dan Friedman,
Bazin at Last; or, The Style Is the Man Himself
on
Bazin at Work by André Bazin
 
 
July 1999 
 
No. 31: Mark Crosby,
Reflections UponThe Matrix
on the film directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski
 
No. 30: Marty Fairbairn,
The Gaze andEyes Wide Shut
on the last film directed by Stanley Kubrick
 
No. 29: Erica Sheen,
As Animals Might Dream
on
Signatures of the Visible by Fredric Jameson
 
No. 28: Cynthia A. Freeland,
Bill Viola and the Video Sublime
on
Reasons for Knocking at an Empty House by Bill Viola
 
 
June 1999
 
No. 27: Robert Hopkins,
Pictures and Film; Philosophy and the Empirical Disciplines: A Reply to Dean
on 'Getting a Good View of Depiction' by Jeffrey T. Dean
 
No. 26: Jeffrey T. Dean,
Getting a Good View of Depiction
on
Picture, Image and Experience by Robert Hopkins
 
No. 25: Karla Oeler,
Signs of the Times
on
Signs and Meaning in the Cinema (1998 edition) by Peter Wollen
 
No. 24: Alison McMahan,
Watching You Watching Me
on
The Truman Show andEDTV
 
 
May 1999
 
No. 23: Imre Szeman,
The Gears of the Collective Imaginary
on
Media Manifestos by Regis Debray
 
No. 22: Evan William Cameron,
Thinking through Imagery
on
The Craft of Thought by Mary Carruthers
 
No. 21: Jeffrey Pence,
Machine Memory: Image Technology and Identity
on
Prosthetic Culture by Celia Lury
 
No. 20: David Cullen,
Visual Reality
on
No Other Way To Tell It by Derek Paget
 
 
April 1999
 
No. 19: Stephen Prince,
Reply to Schneider
on 'The Means and Ends of Screen Violence' by Steven Schneider
 
No. 18: Steven Schneider,
The Means and Ends of Screen Violence
on
Savage Cinema by Stephen Prince
 
No. 17: Jan Simons,
Image and Mind: But Where's the Body?
on
Image and Mind by Gregory Currie
 
No. 16: John Bleasdale,
Leone's Impure Vision
on
Once Upon a Time in America by Adrian Martin
 
No. 15: David Martin-Jones,
A Site for Sore Eyes
on 'On the Film/Image', special issue of the ejournal
Enculturation, edited by Jim Roberts
 
 
March 1999
 
No. 14: Patricia Pisters,
The Possibilities of Immanence
on 'Gilles Deleuze: A Symposium', special issue of the journal
Theory, Culture and Society, edited by Mike Fetherstone
 
No. 13: Sean Cubitt,
Reply to Palmer
reply to 'A Future Aesthetic' by Daniel Palmer
 
No. 12: Daniel Palmer,
A Future Aesthetic
on
Digital Aesthetics by Sean Cubitt
 
No. 11: Josh Cohen,
Phenomenology, History, and the Image
reply to 'Images of/and the Postmodern' by Kathleen Fitzpatrick
 
No. 10: Joe Brooker,
England's Screening
on
Dissolving Views edited by Andrew Higson
 
 
February 1999
 
No. 9: Sean Cubitt,
Unnatural Reality
on
The Vision Machine by Paul Virilio
 
No. 8: Kathleen Fitzpatrick,
Images of/and the Postmodern
on
Spectacular Allegories by Josh Cohen
 
No. 7: Andrew Gibson,
Sense of an Ending
on
Like a Film by Timothy Murray
 
No. 6: Marc Furstenau,
The Superficial Aesthetics of the Postmodern
on
Hiding by Mark C. Taylor
 
 
January 1999
 
No. 5: Lewis Johnson,
Breakdowns of Belief?
on
Making Images Move by Jan-Christopher Horak
 
No. 4: Santiago Cucullu,
Notes on Debord
on
Comments on the Society of the Spectacle by Guy Debord
 
No. 3: Daniel Shaw,
It All Depends On What You Mean By 'Ideology'
on
A Philosophy of Mass Art by Noël Carroll
 
No. 2: Sylvie Blum,
A State of Crisis
on
French Cinema in the 1980s by Phil Powrie
 
No. 1: Kathleen Johnson,
'To See or Not To See', That Is the Question
on
On Pictures and The Words That Fail Them by James Elkins
on