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1.

An analysis of the representation of the disabled across the broad spectrum of fantastic cinemas.

2.

A philosophical analysis of Catherine Breillat's controversial Anatomy of Hell.

3.

An in-depth analysis of the representation of women in contemporary Iranian cinema.

4.

A review essay of two books celebrating the varied contributions of African-American 'imagemakers' in its broadest sense (filmmakers, actors, writers, artists).

5.

A review essay of a multi-author reader on one of the greatest of Scottish films, The Wicker Man.

6.

A trans-gendered analysis of Hitchcock's Marnie.

7.

A discussion on the finer points of the interpretative process and how film's can 'make' meaning, with Todd Haynes' Far From Heaven as the case study film.

8.

A book review of Richard A. Gilmore’s Doing Philosophy at the Movies, which looks at, The Searchers, The Usual Suspects, Vertigo, Fargo, Crimes and Misdemeanors, The Terminator, 12 Monkeys, Trainspotting, Night of the Living Dead, and The Matrix.

9.

A psychoanalytical analysis of recent films which incorporate 'unreliable' narration as a key element of what David Church argues is a 'masochistic' form of visual pleasure.

10.

Using the critical status of Stanley Kubrick, David Church analyzes how the films of a revered art film auteur can also be held up examples of cult cinema.

11.

An analysis of the great montagists Sergei Eisenstein’s interest in synaesthesia and occult traditions.

12.

A review of Austrian experimental/avant-garde films on a DVD collection produced by Index.

13.

An review essay of the compilation DVD from Index, Sonic Fiction: Synaesthetic Videos from Austria.

14.

An appreciation of Pauline Kael through Ingmar Bergman.

15.

A narratological study of The Little Shop Around the Corner and its remake by Nora Ephron.

16.

Psychoanalytical reading of Hawks' Bringing up Baby and Hitchcock's Vertigo

17.

First of two part essay on Eisenstein's audiovisual strategies for his sound film Que Viva Mexico! and how his use of music and noise relates to his concept of 'nonindifferent nature'

18.

First of two part essay on Eisenstein's audiovisual strategies for his sound film Que Viva Mexico! and how his use of music and noise relates to his concept of 'nonindifferent nature'

19.

An analysis of Sontag's infamous later essay lamenting the death of cinephilia.

20.

Re-evaluation of Sontag's seminal essay “Against Interpretation”.


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