>New Issue of Scope online now: Lynch, Haneke, horror, Spanish comedy, auteurism and digital cinema

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Image from Caché (Michael Haneke, 2005)

Film Studies For Free is delighted, as ever, to announce that a new issue of Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies has been published.

It’s yet another extremely successful issue for this journal, with a full set of very strong articles, and a rich offering of book and film reviews, plus conference reports. The full table of contents is reproduced below with direct links to all items.

FSFF particularly liked Matthew Croombs’ article on afterwardsness and trauma in two films by Resnais and Haneke.

Scope #16 (February 2010)

Articles

[ALL ARTICLES ON ONE PAGE]

Book Reviews

Film Reviews

[ALL FILM REVIEWS ON ONE PAGE]

Conference Reports

[ALL CONFERENCE REPORTS ON ONE PAGE]
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