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Introduction: Materialising Absence by Saige Walton and Nadine BoljkovacImaging Absence as Abjection: The Female Body in Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides by Anna Backman RogersAir, Atmosphere, Environment: Film Mood, Folk Horror and The VVitch by Saige WaltonLens-Sense: On Seeing a World as Sensed by a Camera by Kjetil RødjePornography, Ectoplasm and the Secret Dancer: A Twin Reading of Naomi Uman’s Removed by Hilary Bergen and Sandra Huber‘My Flight is the Rebellion’: History, Ghosting and Represencing in Nalini Malani’s Video Installations by Livia MonnetBeyond the Archive: The Work of Remembrance in John Akomfrah’s The Nine Muses by Malini GuhaThe Spectral Present: Landscapes of Absence in Once Upon a Time in Anatolia and The Headless Woman by Adam OchonickyIn [No] Home Movie Style: Her Death and Rebirth by Nadine BoljkovacAn Architecture of Light and Air, A Rhythm of Stillness: Absence in Joanna Hogg’s Exhibition by Davina QuinlivanOmission, Suggestion, Completion: Film and the Imagination of the Spectator by Julian Hanich
Screen Studies Conference Dossier: Introduction by Tim GrovesThe Affective Force of the Scream in the Cinema of Philippe Grandrieux by Michel RubinEscape to the Terraform Tropics: Geography and Gender in Marine Adventure Films from Queensland by Allison CravenDenegation and the Undead in Lake Mungo by Kevin Fisher“Something Short of Fascinating”: Re-examining Fred Zinnemann’s The Sundowners (1960) by Adrian DanksMurder by Imitation: The Influence of Se7en’s Title Sequence by Tim GrovesA Double-layered Nostalgia: ‘The Sixties,’ the Iraq War and The Beatles in Julie Taymor’s Across the Universe (2007) by Phoebe Macrossan
“…And There We Were Like An Uncensored Movie!”: Sexual Tension and the Pre-Code Body in Hollywood by Eloise RossThe Camp Psychiatrist in American Horror and Thriller Movies: From Psycho and The Manchurian Candidate to M. Night Shymalan’s Split by Joy McEnteeThe Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille: Political Antiquity in Classical Hollywood by Mark Steven
Cinema’s Baroque Flesh: Film, Phenomenology and the Art of Entanglement by Athena BellasMS .45 (Cultographies series) by Anna Dzenis