Uploaded 21 December, 2016.
Guest editors: Louise D’Arcens and Robert SinnerbrinkIntroduction: Emotions, History, and Philosophy in Cinema by Louise D’Arcens and Robert SinnerbrinkHistorical Moods in Film by Robert SinnerbrinkShe’s Already Waited Too Long: Affective Transtemporality in Ben Ferris’s Penelope by Ika WillisFeeling Medieval: Mood and Transhistorical Empathy in Justin Kurzel’s Macbeth by Louise D’ArcensSong, Dance, and the Politics of Fanaticism: Youssef Chahine’s Destiny by Laurie A. Finke and Martin B. ShichtmanThe Emotional Historiography of Michelangelo Antonioni’s L’Eclisse by Richard ReadMoral Beauty in the Cinema of the Dardenne Brothers by Damian CoxSelbstdenken, Remembrance, and the Future of Civil Courage in Margarethe von Trotta’s Hannah Arendt (2012). On the Psychogenesis of the “Banality of Evil” by Ned CurthoysFraming loss and figuring grief in Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida by Matilda Mroz
Guest editors: Sarinah Masukor and Alex MuntLate Godard: Introduction by Sarinah Masukor & Alex MuntGodard’s Stereoscopic Illusions: Against a Total Cinema by Miriam RossFilm Socialisme & the Screenplay Poetics of Late Godard by Alex MuntGodard’s Stereopticon by Julian MurphetAn Imaginary Africa by Sarinah Masukor
Ithaka, or the Open Voyage: Jonas Mekas’ Lost Lost Lost and Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania by George KouvarosSohrab Shahid Saless: An Iranian Filmmaker in Berlin by Michelle Langford‘Just Plain Danilo Petrovich’: John Gilbert’s Performance as Negotiation in The Merry Widow (1925) by Elisabetta Girelli“The Uncensored Cortex”: Psychedelia and American Avant-garde Film in the 1960s by Paul RamaekerJirí Menzel and Jan Patočka on Sacrifice by Daniel Brennan
Ronnie Scheib (1944 – 2015) by Anna DzenisMy Friend Ronnie by André RoyRonnie Scheib, Variety Film Critic, Dies at 71 by Justin ChangRound Table: Ronnie Scheib by Ronnie ScheibIda Lupino: Auteuress (1980) by Ronnie ScheibTex Arcana: The Cartoons of Tex Avery (1980) by Ronnie ScheibSubconsciousness Raising: Charles Schnee (1981) by Ronnie ScheibTough Nuts to Crack: Fuller’s Shock Corridor (1982) by Ronnie ScheibAngst for the Memories: Of Cinematic Fathers and Sons, High Hopes and Bad Debts, but Chiefly Wim Wenders (1990) by Ronnie ScheibWhatever Happened to the Present Tense? Paranoid Ramblings on the Revisionist ‘80s (1997) by Ronnie ScheibThe City Revisited (2004) by Ronnie Scheib