Vol 6, No 1 (2002)

Edited by Daniel Frampton

Table of Contents


The Life and Death of Superimposition (1946) HTML
André Bazin
Will CinemaScope Save the Film Industry? (1953) HTML
André Bazin
Good Vibrations HTML
Sean Cubitt
Michel Chion's Blessing in Disguise HTML
Gerwin van der Pol
Impassioned Aesthetics: Seeing Sound and Hearing Images in Michel Chion\'s Audio-Vision HTML
Kristi McKim
Revisiting the Philosophy of Horror HTML
Joan Hawkins
Haunting the House from Within: Disbelief Mitigation and Spatial Experience HTML
Aaron Smuts
The Cutting Edge Between Trash Cinema and High Art HTML
John Marmysz
How Heavy Light Can Be HTML
Benjamin Wurgraft
Struggling to See the Light HTML
Joshua Shaw
When Too Many Puns Are Never Enough: A Response to Wurgaft's and Shaw's Reviews of Textures of Light HTML
Cathryn Vasseleu
The Cavell Cavil HTML
Craig Tepper
Response to Tepper HTML
William Rothman
Senses of Time Evoked by Artistic Images HTML
Melissa Clarke
Is Cinema Renewing Itself? HTML
Laurent Kretzschmar
This Special Mystique of Interview Politics: A Flow Between Fact and Fiction HTML
An van Dienderen
A Non-Replying Reply to Kretzschmar HTML
Jean-Luc Nancy
Darke Reading Light HTML
Catherine Fowler
The Bad and the Beautiful HTML
Colin McGinn
Narrowing the 'Wider Issues' in Fuery's New Developments in Film Theory HTML
Latham Hunter
Reflections on Film Studies HTML
Monika Mehta
The Appropriational Fallacy: Grand Theories and the Neglect of Film Form HTML
Asbjørn Grønstad
Calm - On Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line HTML
Simon Critchley
An Infrared Vision of the World: Deleuze, the Sign, and In the Mood for Love HTML
Roger Dawkins


Art, Politics, and Taking Sides: An Interview with Istvan Szabo HTML
Marty Fairbairn, Istvan Szabo

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