|Digital artifact: inadvertent superimposition of two consecutive frames from the final shot/reverse shot volley of Raúl Ruiz’s Shattered Image (aka Jessie, 1998), featuring Anne Parillaud in a double role.|
Uploaded 23 December, 2012.
Hanging Here and Groping There: On Raúl Ruiz’s “The Six Functions of the Shot” by Adrian MartinThe Art of Falling Apart: Petulia and the Fate of Richard Lester by Adrian DanksTending the Wounds of the Nation: Gender in Contemporary Iranian War Cinema by Michelle LangfordEnsemble Film, Postmodernity and Moral Mapping by Lorraine SimJLG/Jean Améry by Alan WrightMalick’s Music of the Spheres: The Tree of Life by Roger HillmanThe Sydney and Melbourne Film Festivals, and the Liberalisation of Film Censorship in Australia by Cathy Hope and Adam Dickerson
Vikki Riley (1962-2012): Early Writings
VOLA X (Introduction) by Adrian MartinThe Canonisation of Junk (1982) by Vikki RileyPoetics of Pop: The Titles of Things (1982) by Vikki Riley‘This Magazine is for Airing Personal Complaints’ (1983) by Vikki RileyCaught … Sunless and The State of Things (1984) by Vikki Riley
Classics and Re-runs
Which Hollywood? Which Ophuls? by Adrian MartinThe Six Functions of the Shot by Raúl Ruiz
Ecce Homo: The Male-Body-In-Pain as Redemptive Figure by Jeremy V. AdolphsonOne Night on TV is Worth Weeks at the Paramount: Popular Music on Early Television by Lauren AndersonEphemeral Media: Transitory Screen Culture from Television to YouTube by Rebecca Bell-MetereauA Post-May Adolescence: A letter to Alice Debord by Jan BryantSergio Leone Something To Do With Death (reprint edition) by Patrick CondliffeMoving Color: Early Film, Mass Culture, Modernism by Maura EdmondFantasy Film: A Critical Introduction by Michael GrantGlimpses of Freedom: Independent Cinema in Southeast Asia. by David HananScience Fiction Film: A Critical Introduction by Adam KneeBritish Film Design: A History by Brian McFarlaneNew Philosophies of Film: Thinking Images by Sarinah MasukorDavid Lynch by Josh NelsonThe Neorealist body in Postwar Italian cinema by Luca PerettiOlivier Assayas by Claire PerkinsThe Miracle Woman by Eloise RossJedda by Shane SmithersFashion in Film by Sue ThomasAlfred Hitchcock’s Frenzy: The Last Masterpiece by Jay Daniel ThompsonCinema’s Alchemist: The Films of Péter Forgács by Jeni ThornleyFilm Trilogies: New Critical Approaches by John VanderhoefShadow Economies of Cinema: Mapping Informal Film Distribution by Mike WalshCinema and Experience: Siegfried Kracauer, Walter Benjamin, and Theodore Adorno by Tyson WilsSouth African Cinema 1896-2010 by Suzanne Woodward