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Issue 28

Welcome to Issue 28 of our journal!

A number of articles here approach the outer limits of cinema: cinema outside the space of the movie theatre; cinema where the focus is no

Found Face: on Outer Space

Re-reading found footage in an original way, Outer Space moves between emotion and analysis, figuration and abstraction

The 4th Melbourne Underground Film Festival – A Report

It’s been over three months since the Melbourne Underground Film Festival ended and the first thing that enters my mind about this year’s edition is

What’s Opera, Doc?, Rabbit Fire and Feline Frame-up

What’s Opera Doc? (1957 USA 7 mins) Source: NLA/ACMI Prod Co: Warner Bros. Prod: Edward Selzer Dir: Chuck Jones Scr: Michael Maltese ‘based’ on Richard

Speed and Light: David Thomson on Film

...but this second assessment argues that despite his foibles, Thomson remains unrivalled as a describer of the film-viewing experience

Against the Grain: On the Cinematic Vision of Manoel de Oliveira

This discussion of Oliveira focuses on his '70s work and its interest in the specificity of cinema in relation to theatre, literature and the other

The Naked Spur

The Naked Spur (1953 USA 91 mins) Prod Co: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Prod: William H. Wright Dir: Anthony Mann Scr: Sam Rolfe and Harold Jack Bloom Phot:

Gaspar Noé

b. December 27, 1963, Buenos Aires, Argentina filmography bibliography web resources Surprising as it may seem, Gaspar Noé may not be the most well-known member

Translations of the Flesh: International Relations as Romantic Comedy in Recent Australian and British Film

From Crocodile Dundee to Hugh Grant, how are the misadventures and rapprochements of characters from different countries used to convey larger, political meanings

Zanzibar International Film Festival 2003

Zanzibar is an island off the coast of east Africa that, with mainland Tanganyika, formed the United Republic of Tanzania in 1964. For centuries, the

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