CFP: Film-Philosophy Book Reviews 2004 (4/30/04; journal)

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         CALL FOR REVIEW-ARTICLES 2004

_Film-Philosophy_ seeks reviewers for the following books:

Allen and Turvey, eds, _Wittgenstein, Theory and the Arts_ (2001)
Bersani and Dutoit, _Forms of Being: Cinema, Aesthetics, Subjectivity_ (2004)
Robert Blanchet, _Blockbuster: Asthetik, Okonomie und Geschicte des
     Postklassischen Hollywoodkinos_ (2003)
Sylvie Blum-Reid, _East-West Encounters: Franco-Asian Cinema and Literature_
     (2003)
Ronald Bogue, _Deleuze on Cinema_ (2003)
Stan Brakhage, _Telling Time_ (2003)
Scott Bukatman, _Matters of Gravity: Special Effects and Supermen in the 20th
     Century_ (2003)
Noel Carroll, _Engaging the Moving Image_ (2004)
Sean Cubitt, _The Cinema Effect_ (2004)
Joseph Cunneen, _Robert Bresson: A Spiritual Style in Film_ (2003)
John Cunningham, _Hungarian Cinema_ (2004)
Dai Jinhua, _Cinema and Desire_ (2002)
Guy Debord, _Complete Cinematic Works: Scripts, Stills, Documents_ (2003)
Daly and Dowd, _Leos Carax_ (2003)
Wheeler Winston Dixon, _Visions of the Apocalypse: Spectacles of Destruction
     in American Cinema_ (2003)
K. J. Donnelly, ed., _Film Music: Critical Approaches_ (2001)
Nathanial Dorsky, _Devotional Cinema_ (2003)
Aleksandar Dundjerovic, _The Cinema of Robert Lepage_ (2003)
Elena and Diaz Lopez, eds, _The Cinema of Latin America_ (2003)
Elsaesser and Buckland, _Studying Contemporary American Film: A Guide to
     Movie Analysis_ (2002)
Wendy Everett, _Terence Davies_ (2004)
_Film and Philosophy_, vol. 7, 2003. [General Interest]
_Film and Philosophy_, vol. 8, 2004. [Ethical and Existential Themes in Cinema]
Caryl Flinn, _The New German Cinema: Music, History, and the Matter of Style_
     (2004)
Colin Gardner, _Joseph Losey_ (2004)
Paul Grainge, ed., _Memory and Popular Film_ (2003)
Suzanne Heme de Lacotte, _Deleuze, philosophie et cinema_ (2001)
Hojbjerg and Schepelern, eds, _Film Style and Story: A Tribute to Torben
     Grodal_ (2003)
Dina Iordanova, _Cinema of the Other Europe: The Industry and Artistry of East
     Central European Film_ (2003)
William Irwin, ed., _The Matrix and Philosophy_ (2002)
William Irwin, ed., _Seinfeld and Philosophy_ (2000)
Irwin, Conard, and Skoble, eds, _The Simpsons and Philosophy_ (2001)
Jermyn and Redmond, eds, _The Cinema of Kathryn Bigelow_ (2003)
Julia Knight, _New German Cinema: Images of a Generation_ (2004)
Peter Kravanja, _Proust a l'ecran_ (2003)
Andrew Light, _Reel Arguments: Film, Philosophy and Social Criticism_ (2003)
Colin MacCabe, _Godard at 70_ (2004)
Ivone Margulies, ed., _Rites of Realism: Essays on Corporeal Cinema_ (2002)
Millar and Doherty, _Jane and Louise Wilson_ (2000)
_New Review of Film and Television Studies_, vol. 1 no. 1, November 2003.
Martha P. Nochimson, _Screen Couple Chemistry: The Power of 2_ (2002)
Geoffrey Nowell-Smith, _Luchino Visconti_ (2003)
Michael O'Pray, _Avant-Garde Film: Forms, Themes and Passions_ (2003)
Orr and Ostrowska, eds, _The Cinema of Andrej Wajda_ (2003)
Gareth Palmer, _Discipline and Liberty: Television and Governance_ (2003)
Hannah Patterson, ed., _The Cinema of Terence Malick_ (2003)
Patricia Pisters, _The Matrix of Visual Culture: Working with Deleuze in Film
     Theory_ (2004)
Per Persson, _Understanding Cinema: A Psychological Theory of Moving
     Imagery_ (2003)
Popple and Kember, _Early Cinema: From Factory Gate to Dream Factory_
     (2004)
_Post Script_, vol. 21 no. 3, Summer 2002. [Realist Horror Cinema]
Joost Raessens, _Filosophie and film: Vivre la difference: Deleuze en de
     cinematografische moderniteit_ (2001)
Shaw and Weibel, eds, _Future Cinema: The Cinematic Imaginary after Film_
     (2003)
Shiel and Fitzmaurice, eds, _Screening the City_ (2003)
Sider, Freeman, and Sider, eds, _Soundscape: The School of Sound Lectures
     1998-2001_ (2003)
Irving Singer, _Reality Transformed_ (1998)
Irving Singer, _Three Philosophical Filmmakers: Hitchcock, Welles, Renoir_
     (2004)
Grahame Smith, _Dickens and the Dream of Cinema_ (2003)
Emma Wilson, _Cinema's Missing Children_ (2003)
Wilhelm Wurzer, _Filmisches Denken: Zwischen Heidegger und Adorno_ (2000)

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Deadline for Replies: 30 April 2004
Deadline for Texts (2-5,000 words): 30 August 2004

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         CALL FOR PAPERS

Submissions are also invited for papers on any topic concerning the
philosophy of moving images, e.g. analytical film philosophy, film
aesthetics, cognitivism, Deleuzian film philosophy, phenomenology,
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