Alphaville Issue 14 (Winter 2017): For a Cosmopolitan Cinema. Call for Papers.
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Books for Review
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Alphaville Reviews Editor
Film and Screen Media
University College Cork
Cork, T12 YN60
If you are interested in reviewing one of the titles below contact us at: email@example.com
Please note that only high-quality reviews that scrupulously observe Alphaville Guidelines and House Style, and display rigorous scholarly engagement with the title being reviewed, will be considered for publication. Please consult the journal Guidelines and House Style for further guidance.
Adam Bartos, and Colin MacCabe. Studio: Remembering Chris Marker. OR Books, 2017. [On request.]
Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, Ms. 45. Cultographies. Wallflower Press, 2017.
Blake, Marc. Writing the Comedy Movie. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2015.
China, Michel. Words on Screen. Columbia University Press, 2017.
Corkin, Stanley. Connecting the Wire: Race, Space, and Postindustrial Baltimore. University of Texas Press, 2017.
Davis, Rib. Creating Compelling Characters for Film, TV, Theatre and Radio. Second Ed. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
de Baecque, Antoine, and Noël Herpe. Éric Rohmer: A Biography. Columbia University Press, 2016.
Griffiths, Alison. Carceral Fantasies: Cinema and Prison in Early Twentieth-Century America. Columbia University Press, 2016.
Hunter, Aaron. Authoring Hal Ashby: The Myth of the New Hollywood Auteur. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Jacobson, Brian R. Studios Before the System: Architecture, Technology, and the Emergence of Cinematic Space. Columbia UP, 2016.
Jackson, Neil, Shaun Kimber, Johnny Walker, Thomas Joseph Watson (eds). Snuff: Real Death and Screen Media. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Kaklamanidou, Despoina-Betty. The "Disguised" Political Film in Contemporary Hollywood: A Genre's Construction. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Lanzoni, Rémi Fournier. French Cinema: From Its Beginnings to the Present. Second Ed. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.
Letort, Delphine. The Spike Lee Brand: A Study of Documentary Filmmaking. New York: SUNY Press, 2015.
Prokhorov, Alexander, and Elena Prokhorova. Film and Television Genres of the Late Soviet Era. Bloomsbury, 2016.
Malas, Mohammad. The Dream: A Diary of the Film. The American University in Cairo Press, 2016. [On request.]
Mamula, Tijana, and Lisa Patti, eds. The Multilingual Screen: New Reflections on Cinema and Linguistic Difference. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2016.
Mekas, Jonas. Movie Journal: The Rise of the New American Cinema, 1959-1971. Second Edition. Columbia UP, 2016.
Miklitsch, Robert. The Red and the Black: American Film Noir in the 1950s. University of Illinois Press, 2017.
Mittell, Jason. Narrative Theory and Adaptation. Bloomsbury, 2017.
Pillai, Nicolas. Jazz as Visual Language: Film, Television and the Dissonant Image. I.B. Tauris, 2016. [On request]
Raengo, Alessandra. Critical Race Theory and Bamboozled. Bloomsbury Academic, 2016.
Rösing, Lilian Munk. Pixar with Lacan: The Hysteric's Guide to Animation. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2015.
Smith, Iain Robert, and Constantine Verevis, eds. Transnational Film Remakes. Edinburgh University Press, 2017. [On request, e-book]
Wilson, Ron. The Gangster Film: Fatal Success in American Cinema. Wallflower Press, 2016.
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