Friday, 30 November 2012

New issue of SCOPE: Nicole Holofcener, Realism, Self-Transformation Narratives, Károly Makk, the Feature Film as "Short Story" and More

Framegrab from Lovely and Amazing (Nicole Holofcener, 2001). You can read Rachel Lister's article about Holofcener's films here

Life is good, thinks Film Studies For Free: a new issue of Scope: An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies has just been published. There's a small but well-edited selection of great articles, and an enormous number of hugely useful book reviews and conference reports. FSFF particularly liked Rachel Lister on Nicole Holofcener's "short story" films and Miklós Kiss on Károly Makk's Szerelem/Love.

All contents are listed and linked to below.

Scope: Issue 24 October 2012


Book Reviews

Film and Television Reviews

Conference Reports


Geoff King said...

I also very much liked Rachel Lister's piece on Holofcener and the short story, and have posted a brief blog entry about it, suggesting that her argument can also be applied to a wider range of indie films. See

Catherine Grant said...

Thanks Geoff. That's a great post! Thanks for letting us know. I just tweeted the link. All best Catherine