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Issue 25

Cinema and Embodied Affect

Rutherford's essay explores the implications of an aesthetics of embodiment for film theory

Michael Almereyda

b. 1960, Overland Park, Kansas, USA filmography bibliography web resources What a piece of work is a man. How noble in reason, how infinite in

Creative Visions: (De)Constructing “The Beautiful” in Scorsese’s The Age of Innocence

The Age of Innocence (1993 USA 139 mins) Source: Columbia/Tristar Prod Co: Columbia Prod: Barbara De Fina, Bruce S. Pustin, Joseph P. Reidy Dir: Martin

Melvin Van Peebles

Melvin Peebles b. August 21, 1932 Chicago, Illinois, USA filmography bibliography web resources Identity Crisis and Sweetback’s Bellyful of a Three-Day Watermelon Man As a

The Remaining Second World: Sokurov and Russian Ark

Halligan's rich discussion of Sokurov's Russian Ark weaves together analyses of history, politics and art

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (1973, USA, 106 mins/1986, 122 mins) Source: BFI Prod Co: MGM Prod: Gordon Carroll Dir: Sam Peckinpah Scr: Rudy

Cinema/Affect/Writing

Drawing on Barthes, Derrida and others, Groves explores the question of how to write about specific, personal affective experiences in the cinema

Luis García Berlanga

b. June 12, 1921, Valencia, Spain filmography bibliography web resources Luis García Berlanga spearheaded the dramatic transformation that Spanish cinema underwent in the 1950s and

An Actor’s Revenge

An Actor’s Revenge (Yukinojo henge) (1963 Japan 113mins) Source: ACMI/NLA Prod Co: Daiei Prod: Masaichi Nagata Dir: Kon Ichikawa Scr: Natto Wada, Daisuke Itô, Teinosuke

Dziga Vertov

Denis Arkadievitch Kaufman b. January 2, 1896, Bialystok, Poland d. February 12, 1954, Moscow, Russia filmography bibliography web resources Our eyes see very little and

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