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Film & TV Studies MOVIE: A Journal of Film Criticism

Movie issue 7 cover

In addition to our general call for papers and audiovisual essays, the journal is currently inviting work for themed dossiers that respond to the following topics: (i) Focus and contemporary film style; (ii) Intention in film and television criticism; (iii) Digital moments. Learn more here.

Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism is the successor to Movie, the print journal that was edited, designed and published by the late Ian A. Cameron from 1962 to 2000.

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Issue 8

Note: Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism is moving to a rolling publication model, meaning that further submissions will be accepted and continue to be published throughout the year.

 

Articles

Moments Apart
James Walters

Inarticulate lives: a reading of the opening to Terence Davies’ The Long Day Closes
Benedict Morrison

Fold upon fold: figurative logics and critical priorities in Nicole Brenez’s work on Abel Ferarra
Dominic Lash

Manhattan Melodrama (W.S. Van Dyke, 1934)
Michael Walker

Badness: an issue in the aesthetics of film
V. F. Perkins (edited by Andrew Klevan)

 

Interviews

Introduction
John Gibbs

Ian Cameron
(24 July 1996)

V. F. Perkins
(22 May 1997)

Charles Barr
(19 June 1997)

Alan Lovell
(13 April 1999)

 

Audiovisual essays

Three Video Essays on Lighting and Time
By Patrick Keating (author's statement here.)

 

 

 

 

This issue coordinated by Andrew Klevan and Douglas Pye, and designed by Martha Macri.

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ISSN 2047-1661
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