Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media

Issue 3: Sound, Voice, Music Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, Christopher Morris and Jessica Shine
Reagan-Era Teen Film Michael D. Dwyer
Performing Gender Michael Charlton
Beneath Sci-Fi Sound Nessa Johnston
Emotion Capture Christopher Holliday

Issue Contents


Sound, Voice, Music
by Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, Christopher Morris and Jessica Shine (Issue Editors)


The Same Old Songs in Reagan-Era Teen Film
by Michael D. Dwyer

Performing Gender in the Studio and Postmodern Musical
by Michael Charlton

When is the Now in the Here and There? Trans-diegetic Music in Hal Ashby’s Coming Home
by Aaron Hunter

Beneath Sci-fi Sound: Primer, Science Fiction Sound Design, and American Independent Cinema
by Nessa Johnston

Cultural Innovation and Narrative Synergy in R. Kelly’s Trapped in the Closet
by Ioana Literat

Emotion Capture: Vocal Performances by Children in the Computer-animated Film
by Christopher Holliday

Book Reviews

Media and Memorys, by Joanne Garde-Hansen
Reviewed by Elena Caoduro

Film Festivals: Culture, People, and Power on the Global Screen, by Cindy Hing-Yuk Wong
Reviewed by Fiona Lee

Music Video and the Politics of Representation, by Diane Railton and Paul Watson
Reviewed by Antonio Sanna

Sound and Music in Film and Visual Media: A Critical Overview, by Graeme Harper, Ruth Doughty and Jochen Eisentraut (eds.)
Reviewed by Penny Spirou

Seeing Through Music: Gender and Modernism in Classic Hollywood Film Scores, by Peter Franklin
Reviewed by K. A. Wisniewski

Siren City: Sound and Source Music in Classic American Noir, by Robert Miklitsch
Reviewed by James A. Wren

Book Reviews Editor: Jill Murphy