Posts Tagged ‘ Cinema Journal ’

New York Film Festival, 2014, Part One: Small Marvels

September 22, 2014
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New York Film Festival, 2014, Part One:  Small Marvels

This year a number of the initial screenings have left me wondering whether they can conceivably get any better.
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NYFF51: The Myth of the Individual [Part 3]

October 24, 2013
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NYFF51: The Myth of the Individual [Part 3]

Steve McQueen's vision of the invention of slavery in 12 Years a Slave complements J.C. Chandor's image of the fantasy of a heroic white elite in All is Lost.
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Report From: Console-ing Passions at 21

June 27, 2013
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Report From: Console-ing Passions at 21

As part of an ongoing partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Antenna and SCMS's Cinema Journal, Stefania Marghitu gives a first-hand report straight from the 21st anniversary of Console-ing Passions at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK.
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Report from: Generation(s) of Television Studies

April 16, 2013
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Report from: Generation(s) of Television Studies

The Generation(s) of Television Studies symposium, held at the University of Georgia, made visible just how influential Horace Newcomb has been to the field.
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Turning Twitter into Work: Digital Reporting at SCMS 2013

March 14, 2013
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Turning Twitter into Work: Digital Reporting at SCMS 2013

Reconsidering the delicate work of tweeting about others' scholarship, the necessity of establishing best practices for conference tweeting, and the value of digital labor.
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Berlinale 2013 Report: Part Two

March 7, 2013
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Berlinale 2013 Report: Part Two

The final installment of a two-part report on Berlinale 2013, paying particular attention to some of the less publicized, more experimental projects.
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Berlinale 2013 Report: Part One

March 6, 2013
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Berlinale 2013 Report: Part One

Part one of a two-part report on Berlinale 2013, an extensive, well-organized, festival centered on the Potsdamer Platz.
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A Remediation Meditation: The Aca-Media Podcast

February 13, 2013
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A Remediation Meditation: The Aca-Media Podcast

It’s the kind of delicious irony that we broadcast historians relish:  in order to move boldly into the future and expand on the cutting edge of communications technology, Cinema Journal has started a radio show. Aca-Media (officially:  “Cinema Journal Presents Aca-Media”) is a new monthly podcast covering current media studies scholarship, issues in the...
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NYFF 2012: We Say That God and the Imagination Are One [Part Four]

November 7, 2012
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NYFF 2012:  We Say That God and the Imagination Are One [Part Four]

Our fourth, and final collaboration with the Society for Cinema & Media Studies to review the New York Film Festival concludes with a discussion of Amor, Night Across the Street, and Holy Motors.
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NYFF 2012: History Has Many Cunning Passages [Part Three]

November 1, 2012
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NYFF 2012:  History Has Many Cunning Passages [Part Three]

Our third post on New York Film Festival 2012 is a collaboration with the Society for Cineman & Media Studies, and reviews three films from the festival: NO, Ginger and Rosa, and Not Fade Away.
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NYFF 2012: In a Mellow Mood [Part One]

October 4, 2012
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NYFF 2012: In a Mellow Mood [Part One]

Taking on selections from this year's New York Film Festival.
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