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[Commlist] Short Film Studies 10.1 published

Tue Oct 08 13:19:15 GMT 2019

Intellect is thrilled to announce that Short Film Studies10.1 is now available!

This issue features the films Remembrance (Stephanie Morgenstern, Canada, 35 mm, 2001) and Blow-Up (Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Austria, 35 mm, 2000).

For more information about the issue and journal, click here >> <>

*Aims & Scope *

Short Film Studiesis a peer-reviewed journal designed to stimulate ongoing research on individual short films as a basis for a better understanding of the art form as a whole. In each issue, two short films will be selected for comprehensive study, with articles illuminating each film from a variety of perspectives.

*Issue 10.1*

Editor’s introduction <>

Richard Raskin

*Remembrance <>*

Stephanie Morgenstern, Canada, 35 mm, 2001, 19 min., colour

_Data on the film and the filmmakers_

An interview with Stephanie Morgenstern and Mark Ellis on Remembrance <>

Richard Raskin

From Remembrance to X Company <>

Stephanie Morgenstern and Mark Ellis

Remembrance: The original script <>

Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern

A shot-by-shot breakdown of Remembrance <>

Richard Raskin


Editing memory in Remembrance <>

Zach Finch

Emotional visualization in Remembrance <>

Marci Mazzarotto

When the world asserts itself with all its might <>

Florentina C. Andreescu

Memory, emotion and espionage in Remembrance <>

Marc Furstenau

The train is always arriving: Nostalgic remediation in Remembrance <>

Russell J. A. Kilbourne

On memory and forgetfulness <>

Ximena Triquell

Remembrance and Canadian national cinema: Incorporating classic themes <>

George Melnyk

Remembrance and the fate of a commercial Canadian cinema <>

Jerry White

The taste of a name <>

Paula Murphy

The last word: Remembering Remembrance: Between theory and practice <>

Stephanie Morgenstern and Mark Ellis

*Blow-Up <>*

Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Austria, 35 mm, 2000, 1 min. 40 sec., b/w

_Data on the film and the director_

An interview with Siegfried Fruhauf on Blow-Up <>

Cynthia Felando

A schematic breakdown of Blow-Up <>

Richard Raskin


Breathing in and out with Blow-Up <>

Neepa Majumdar

Cinepulmonary resuscitation <>

Jaimie Baron

Performing CPR on celluloid in Blow-Up <>

Kornelia Boczkowska

Meditation on realism <>

Michael Betancourt

Ballardian strategies in Blow-Up <>

Simon Stevenson

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