Vol 9, No 4 (2005)

World Cinema / Bresson, Resnais, Carax / Analytic Film Philosophy

Edited by Daniel Frampton

Table of Contents


Antonioni's Blowup: Freeing the Imaginary from Metaphysical Ground HTML
Elena del Rio
Please Make More Films, on The Cinema of Terrence Malick: Poetic Visions of America, edited by Hannah Patterso HTML
John Bleasdale
Cinematic Ideas, on David Lynch's Mulholland Drive HTML
Robert Sinnerbrink
The Reinvention of Self and World, on Aleksandar Dundjerovic's The Cinema of Robert Lepage: The Poetics of Memory HTML
Ed Keller
Cunneen's Bresson, on Joseph Cunneen's Robert Bresson: A Spiritual Style in Film HTML
Robert W. Davis Jr
Response to Davis HTML
Joseph Cunneen
Love and Catastrophe: Filming the Sublime in Hiroshima Mon Amour HTML
Reni Celeste
Still Searching for Lost Time, on Jean-Louis Leutrat on Resnais's L'Annee derniere a Marienbad HTML
Jeremy J. Shapiro
Response to Shapiro HTML
Jean-Louis Leutrat
Carax and the Ambiguities - A Book That Needs To Fail, Perhaps, on Fergus Daly and Garin Dowd's Leos Carax HTML
Greg Hainge
Carax - Philosophy in Film: On Daly and Dowd's Leos Carax HTML
Isabelle Vanderschelden
Carax and Deleuze - Shuffling the Decks, a short reply to Hainge's review HTML
Garin Dowd
The Measure of Cinema?: Per Persson's Understanding Cinema HTML
Andrew Court
Irving Singer's Reality Revisited, on Three Philosophical Filmmakers: Hitchcock, Welles and Renoir HTML
Susan French Overstreet
Style and Methodologies, on Noel Carroll's Engaging the Moving Image HTML
Thomas Wartenberg
Cities of Words, Cities of Cinema: Stanley Cavell's City of Words HTML
Michael Grant
Reply to Grant HTML
Stanley Cavell

Film Festival Reports

New York Film Festival 2005, Part I: Movies and the America of the Mind HTML
Martha P. Nochimson
New York Film Festival 2005, Part II: Five International Cinematic Perspectives on the 'Nature' of Love and Childhood HTML
Martha P. Nochimson

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