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Volume 8, 2004

December 2004

General/Film Theory:
vol. 8 no. 45: Martha P. Nochimson,
Reply To Mike Chopra-Gant.
vol. 8 no. 44: Mike Chopra-Gant,
Theorizing the Couple, on Martha P. Nochimson's Screen Couple Chemistry: The Power of 2.

vol. 8 no. 43: Andrew Browne, Cognitivism: Use it or Lose it, on Film Style and Story: A Tribute to Torben Grodal, edited by Lennard Hojbjerg and Peter Schepelern.
vol. 8 no. 42: Brian E. Butler, Studying (the Theoretical Analysis of) Contemporary American Film, on Thomas Elsaesser and Warren Buckland's 2002 book Studying Contemporary American Film: A Guide to Movie Analysis.
November 2004
World Cinema:
vol. 8 no. 41:
Dorna Khazeni, What is Love?, on 20 Fingers, a Tehran-set film by Mania Akbari, star of Kiarostami's Ten.

vol. 8 no. 40: Hedwig Gorski, Wajda's Films Bequest the Irony in Polish History, on The Cinema of Andrzej Wajda edited by John Orr and Elzbieta Ostrowska.
vol. 8 no. 39:
Peter Ruppert, Hungarian Rhapsody, on John Cunningham's Hungarian Cinema: From Coffee House to Multiplex.

vol. 8 no. 38: Thorsten Botz-Bornstein, Realism, Dream, and 'Strangeness' in Andrei Tarkovsky.
vol. 8 no. 37:
Martha P. Nochimson, New York Film Festival 2004.
October 2004
Avant-Garde Film:
vol. 8 no. 36: Maria Walsh,
Lost in Space, on the minigraph Jane and Louise Wilson, with essays by Jeremy Millar and Claire Doherty.
vol. 8 no. 35: Glen W. Norton,
Searching for Balanced Vision.
vol. 8 no. 34: Daniel Barnett,
A Deceptively Slender Volume, two review-aticles on Nathaniel Dorsky's Devotional Cinema.
vol. 8 no. 33: Matt Teichman,
Prelude to the Philosophy of Hollis Frampton.
vol. 8 no. 32: William C. Wees,
Introducing Avant-Garde Film, on Michael O'Pray's Avant-Garde Film: Forms, Themes and Passions.
September 2004

General Issue:
vol. 8 no. 31: Robert Koehler,
Passeurs: Jonathan Rosenbaum and the New Global Film Criticism, on Essential Cinema, Movie Mutations (edited with Adrian Martin), and Movie Wars.
vol. 8 no. 30: David Tucker,
Crime and its Consequences Under the Panopticon, on Gareth Palmer's Discipline and Liberty: Television and Governance.

vol. 8 no. 29: Michele Braun, Modern Dreams and Postmodern Realities: The City as Spatial Archetype in Screening the City, on the 2003 Verso book edited by Mark Shiel and Tony Fitzmaurice.
vol. 8 no. 28: Paul Fox,
On the Writings of Dai Jinhua, a review of Cinema and Desire: Feminist Marxism and Cultural Politics in the Work of Dai Jinhua, edited by Jing Wang and Tani E. Barlow.

August 2004

vol. 8 no. 27: Natalia Skradol,
Adaptation, 'Adaptation', and Adaptation: Zizek and the  Commonplace.
vol. 8 no. 26: Benjamin Noys,
Howls for Debord, on Guy Debord: Complete Cinematic Works, translated and edited by Ken Knabb.
vol. 8 no. 25: Duncan Chesney,
Spinoza and the Politics of The Matrix, on Matrix,  machine philosophique a book of essays by Alain  Badiou, Thomas Benatouil, Elie During, Patrice Maniglier, David Rabouin, and Jean-Pierre Zarader.
July 2004

Journal texts on
Continental Film Philosophy:
vol. 8 no. 23: Paul M. Malone,
Thus Spake Nietzsche?, on Heide Schluepmann's Abendroethe der Subjektphilosophie: Eine Aesthetik des Kinos.

vol. 8 no. 23: Thomas Carl Wall, The Time-Image: Deleuze, Cinema, and Perhaps Language.
vol. 8 no. 22: Benjamin Noys,
Gestural Cinema?, on two texts by Giorgio Agamben, 'Notes on Gesture' (1992) and 'Difference and Repetition: On Guy Debord's Films' (1995).
June 2004

General Issue:
vol. 8 no. 21: C. Jason Lee,
Scanning Occulacentrism Across Continents, on The Seeing Century, Volume 14 in Radopi's Critical Studies series, edited by Wendy Everett.
vol. 8 no. 20: Adrian Martin,
Placing *Mise en scene*, on John Gibbs's Mise-en-scene.
vol. 8 no. 19: Eddie Duggan,
Mucking Out Augean Stables with Systematic Rigour, on Lev Manovich's The Language of New Media.
May 2004
General Issue:
vol. 8 no. 18: Vittorio Frigerio,
Post-modern Bogeymen and the Alibi of 'Good Taste', a reply to Porton's response to Frigerio's review of Porton's Film and the Anarchist Imagination.
vol. 8 no. 17: Jane Sloan,
Contest and Renewal, on Alison Butler's Women's Cinema: The Contested Screen.

vol. 8 no. 16: Dorna Khazeni, Rodrigo Bellot's Sexual Dependency, a review-article on the first feature film directed by this 25-year-old Bolivian director.
vol. 8 no. 15: Lisa Trahair,
Comedy and Beyond, on Geoff King's Film Comedy.
April 2004
Journal texts on
World Cinema:
vol. 8 no. 14: Cara O'Connor,
A Certain Sense of the Absolute and the Desire to Control Things, on Jane Campion: Interviews, edited by Virginia Wright Wexman.
vol. 8 no. 13: Teresa Hoefert de Turegano,
On Questions and Critical Methodology of African Cinemas, a review of Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike's Questioning African Cinema: Conversations with Filmmakers.

vol. 8 no. 12: Brian Bernard Karl, Capturing Kusturica, on Goran Gocic's The Cinema of Emir Kusturica: Notes from the Underground.
March 2004
Journal texts on
French Cinema:
vol. 8 no. 11: Florence Martin,
Reading Beineix, on Phil Powrie's Jean-Jacques Beineix.

vol. 8 no. 10: Victoria Reid, B.B., on Sue Harris's Bertrand Blier.
vol. 8 no. 9: Martin O'Shaughnessy,
Rethinking Renoir, a reply to Michael Abecassis's review of O'Shaughnessy's Jean Renoir.
vol. 8 no. 8: Michael Abecassis,
Le Petit Theatre de Renoir, on Martin O'Shaughnessy's Jean Renoir.
February 2004

Journal texts on
German Cinema:
vol. 8 no. 7: Angelica Fenner,
German Cinema History as Rhizome, on The German Cinema Book, edited by Tim Bergfelder, Erica Carter, and Deniz Gktrk.

vol. 8 no. 6: Peter Ruppert, The Perils and Possibilities of Story, on Alexander Graf's The Cinema of Wim Wenders: The Celluloid Highway.
vol. 8 no. 5: Joel Freeman,
The Semiosis of Death in Lang's M: Film and the Limits of Representation in the Weimar Republic.
January 2004

Journal texts on
British Cinema:
vol. 8 no. 4: Jonathan Wright,
Rereading the British Social Realist Film, on Samantha Lay's British Social Realism: From Documentary to Brit-Grit.
vol. 8 no. 3: Florian Grandena,
Realism, Politics, and Melodrama, on Jacob Leigh's The Cinema of Ken Loach: Art in the Service of the People.
vol. 8 no. 2: Trevor G. Elkington,
Between Order and Chaos, on Peter Greenaway's Postmodern/Poststructuralist Cinema, edited by Paula Willoquet-Maricondi and Mary Alemany-Galway.
vol. 8 no. 1: Bob Davis,
Disciplining Marnie, on Tony Lee Moral's Hitchcock and the Making of Marnie.