Film Matters 12.1 is out now!

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Intellect is pleased to announce that Film Matters 12.1 is out now!

 

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Aims and Scope

 

Film Matters is an exciting film magazine, celebrating the work of undergraduate film scholars. It is published three times a year, by students and for students, and each issue contains feature articles, as well as a healthy reviews section. In addition, with an undergraduate audience in mind, Film Matters includes occasional service-oriented pieces, such as profiles of film studies departments, articles that engage the undergraduate film studies community and prepare students for graduate study in this field, and resources and opportunities that undergraduate scholars can pursue. In an effort to give undergraduate scholars real-world, applied learning experiences, all Film Matters feature submissions undergo a peer review process. For more information and content visit the Film Matters website.

 

Issue 12.1

 

Editorial

By Tim Palmer and Liza Palmer

 

ARTICLES

 

Slow Motion in the Age of Intensified Continuity

By Cameron Detig

 

From Lotte Reiniger to Nguyễn Trinh Thi: Examining the Evolution of Non-Western Representation in Artists’ Film and Video

By Peter Horan

 

Romanticist Philosophy in Hindi Cinema: A Comparative Study of Keats, Shelley, and October

By Anushree Joshi and Saman Waheed

 

“To Begin on Again”: A Study of Early Cinema’s Unique Influence on Modernist Literature

By Maria Mutka

 

Three Cheers for the Essay Film: How Chris Marker’s Vive la baleine Epitomizes Timothy Corrigan’s Model

By Abby Walkur

 

Deconstructing the Other’s Other: Analyzing the Chinese Female Image in the Film Saving Face

By Chuyi Zhang

 

FEATURETTES

 

Interview with Independent Filmmaker Mukesh Asopa

By Chelsea Morgan-Ritchie

 

“We Weren’t Friends after This”: Michael Paré on Playing the Adult Trip Fontaine

By Anya Ekaterina

 

The Trial of the Chicago 7: More Radical than Fiction

By Nathan Foster

 

Raise the Red Lantern: A Critique of Patriarchy in Chinese Cinema

By Anna Nicole Standridge

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Scream, Steven West (2019)

By Julia Desmond

 

Writing for the Screen: Creative and Critical Approaches, 2nd ed., Craig Batty and Zara Waldeback (2019)

By Andrew Steven Williford

 

Marxist Film Theory and Fight Club, Anna Kornbluh (2019)

By Marco Poloni

 

American Eccentric Cinema, Kim Wilkins (2019)

By A. G. Lawler

 

FILM REVIEWS

 

Downton Abbey (2019)

By Jessica Kernan

 

Loving Vincent (2017)

By August U. Schaller

 

DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEWS

 

Wild Strawberries (1957)

By Drew Pisano and Jesse Schlotterbeck

 

Salesman (1969)

By Ryan McDonald

 

Man Push Cart (2005)

By Kevin Roberts

 

The Shining (1980)

By Tylen Watts

 

The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2016)

By Candyce Edwards

 

Three Films by Luis Buñuel

By Morgan DeAtley