Film Matters is pleased to officially announce the release of issue 7.1, our first issue for 2016!
In this issue, you’ll find the following peer-reviewed feature articles:
- The Act of Piracy: Accessing The Act of Killing in Indonesia by Kristi Kouchakji
- Liberated Sexualities?: The Conflation of Power and Sexuality in the Postfeminist Discourse by Emma Mary Blauciak
- Draw It Out First: Early Animation as an Influence of Avant-Garde Cinema and Experimental Film by Madeleine M. Rodriguez
- Alterity, Mise-en-Scène, and Episodic Narrative in the Crime Serials of Louis Feuillade by Archie Wolfman
- Derogatory Disguise: A Matter of Identity in the Cinematic Era of Minstrel Shows by Austin Hunt
- Francisco Franco and the Nuevo Cine Espagnol: The Boundaries of Censorship in 1960s Spanish Cinema by Basil Swartzfager
- All Ate Up With Maggots: Transcendent Decay in Korine’s Gummo by Jack Forey
- The Masala Complex: Rape-Revenge Cinema, Grassroots Feminism, and the Conflicting Gaze in Mardaani by Mekiya Walters
This “Mapping Contemporary Cinema” article:
- A Female Homme-Com?: Genre, Gender, and Sex in Bridesmaids (2011) by Emily Eyre
- Q & A with Gaming in Color Director Philip Jones by Kailyn N. Warpole
As well as book and film/DVD/Blu-ray reviews by: Abigail Anundson, Sam Archer, John Bennett, Paige Blankenship, Reed Brewer, Thomas Brint, Joseph Bye, Leila Estes, Jackson R. Gentry, Adam Getz, Ty Johnson, Travis Richard Merchant, Karsu Nalbantoglu, Brianna Okamoto, Taylor K. O’Steen, Lydia Plantamura, Chance Saller, Chic Scaparo, Rachel Wassil, and John Garland Winn.
For more information about issue 7.1, please visit Intellect’s website: http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=3185/
Film Matters is always looking for new authors and guest editors. Please get in touch with us today!