|Images from The Story of Adèle H. (François Truffaut, 1975) and The Piano (Jane Campion, 1993) – two films referred to in Agustín Zarzosa’s article ‘Jane Campion’s The Piano: melodrama as mode of exchange‘|
Film Studies For Free was very happy to hear that the excellent journal New Review of Film and Television Studies is now offering free access to a great selection of essays, including a recent offering by Thomas Elsaesser on Avatar, and translations from Christian Metz‘s book Impersonal Enunciation.
All freely accessible material is linked to below.
- The embrace of Mother Nature: appraisal processes and the regulation of affect in attachment genres by Mette Kramer
- Impersonal Enunciation, or the Place of Film (extracts) by Christian Metz and Translated by Cormac Deane
- A lightning-image of the kaleidoscope: a review of Päsi Valiaho’s Mapping the Moving Image by Imola Mikó
- The narrative structuring and interactive narrative logic of televised professional wrestling by Aaron J. Petten