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[ecrea] *Scope* no. 5 (June 2006) now published

Sun Jun 18 12:56:18 GMT 2006

>Dear All The new issue of *Scope: An Online 
>Journal of Film Studies* - issue 5 (NS) - has 
>just been published at 
>The table of contents is reproduced below. All 
>issues of *Scope* published between 1999-2004 
>are now available in the journal's archive 
>best Julian *Scope* - Issue 5 (June 2006) 
>Articles Fasten Your Seatbelts and Prick Up Your 
>Ears: The Dramatic Human Voice in Film Martin 
>Shingler In Defence of Vulgarity: The Place of 
>Sound Effects in the Cinema Gianluca Sergi Help 
>I'm Surrounded Helen Mitchell Thoughts on 
>Dubbing Practice in Germany: Procedures, 
>Aesthetic Implications and Ways Forward Daniel 
>Meyer-Dinkgräfe Book Reviews Teen TV: Genre, 
>Consumption & Identity, By Glyn Davies and Kay 
>Dickinson (eds.) Reviewer: Ewan Kirkland Law and 
>Popular Culture: A Course Book, By Michael 
>Asimow and Shannon Mader  & The Celluloid 
>Courtroom: A History of Legal Cinema Reviewer: 
>Shulamit Almog Purity and Provocation: Dogma 95, 
>By Mette Hjort and Scott MacKenzie (eds.) 
>Reviewer: Jason Scott Devotional Cinema, By 
>Nathaniel Dorsky Reviewer: Anton Karl Kozlovic 
>Disintegrating the Musical: Black Performance 
>and American Musical Film , By Arthur Knight  & 
>Appropriating Blackness: Performance and the 
>Politics of Authenticity Reviewer: Ruth Doughty 
>Italian Cinema: Gender and Genre, By Maggie 
>Günsberg Reviewer: Clodagh Brook The Films of 
>Peter Weir, Second Edition, By Jonathan Rayner 
>Reviewer: Serena Formica The Flash of Capital: 
>Film and Geopolitics in Japan, By Eric Cazdyn  & 
>The Midnight Eye Guide to New Japanese Film 
>Reviewer: Kevin Teo Kia Choong Dietrich's 
>Ghosts: the Sublime and the Beautiful in Third 
>Reich Film, By Erica Carter Reviewer: Michael 
>Paris The Real Ireland: The Evolution of Ireland 
>in Documentary Film, By Harvey O'Brien Reviewer: 
>Robert Miller Bollywood: A Guide to Popular 
>Hindi Cinema, By Tejaswini Ganti  & Gladiator: 
>Film and History Reviewer: Mikel J. Koven The 
>Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon: Edwardian 
>Britain on Film, By Vanessa Toulmin, Simon 
>Popple and Patrick Russell (eds.)  & The Silent 
>Cinema Reader Reviewer: Larraine Porter Early 
>Cinema: From Factory Gate to Dream Factory, By 
>Simon Popple and Joe Kember  & Love Rules: 
>Silent Hollywood and the Rise of the Managerial 
>Class Reviewer: Richard Harrison European 
>Cinema, By Elizabeth Ezra (ed.)  & The Couch and 
>the Silver Screen: Psychoanalytic Reflections on 
>European Cinema Reviewer: Stephen Woollock Film 
>Reviews Shopping for Fangs Reviewer: Luca Prono 
>Kurtlar Vadisi * Irak & National Treasure 
>Reviewer: Gabriel Noah Brahm Jr. Harold and 
>Kumar Go to White Castle Reviewer: Shama 
>Rangwala Match Point Reviewer: Wendy Knepper 
>King Kong & King Kong Reviewer: Jonathan E. 
>Goldman The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the 
>Witch and the Wardrobe Reviewer: Alice Mills 
>Conference Reports Media and Identity in Asia, 
>Curtin University of Technology, Miri, Sarawak, 
>Malaysia, 15 * 16 February 2006 Reporter: 
>Nandana Bose University of Portsmouth 26 - 27th 
>November 2005 Reporter: Julia Peck Society for 
>Cinema and Media Studies, 2 * 5 March, 2006, 
>Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Vancouver, 
>British Columbia Reporter: Liza Palmer This 
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