|“Your body is a microcosm of all existence.” – On Michelle LeBrun’s Death: A Love Story: Bodies Politic/Body Politics: The Political and the Personal in Contemporary Film Essays by Matt Brennan|
Film Studies For Free continues to catch up with August’s bumper crop of new online journal issues. Over the weekend, it has been thoroughly enjoying the lively and eclectic brilliance of Bright Lights Film Journal‘s latest offering of very savvy, and sometimes sassy, articles.
They may not be ‘peer reviewed’ in the strict scholarly sense, but film studies academics and cinephiles will miss these at their peril.
Bright Lights Film Journal, August 2011 | Issue 73
From the Editor
- Misery Loves Fantasy: Kim Ki-duk’s Arirang (2011) by Jonathan McCalmont
- Between Silence and Sound: Children of a Lesser God by Ian Murphy
- Shock Value: How A Few Eccentric Outsiders Gave Us Nightmares, Conquered Hollywood, And Invented Modern Horror, by Jason Zinoman. Reviewed by Cynthia C. Scott