|Frame grab from Bonjour Tristesse (Otto Preminger, 1958). See Christian Keathley's article on découpage in this film here|
Film Studies For Free was thrilled that a new issue of MOVIE: A Journal of Film Criticism -- the best yet of this relaunched journal -- has recently hit the online newstands.
Issue 3 contains part 2 of the marvellous Fritz Lang Dossier, with contributions by, among others, V. F. Perkins, Adrian Martin, Peter Evans, Stella Bruzzi, Ed Gallafent, and Deborah Thomas.
There are also excellent articles on Preminger's film art, Psycho and its remake, and filmmakers' choices by Christian Keathley, Alex Clayton and John Gibbs.
Links to all items are set out for you below.
- Rush to Judgement: Imperfect Justice in Fury (1936)
- You Only Live Once (1937)
V. F. Perkins
- Going Straight: The Past and the Future in The Return of Frank James (1940)
- The Woman in the Window (1944)
- Guess-Work: Scarlet Street (1945)
- The Big Heat: Acts of Violence (1953)
Peter William Evans
- Human Desire (1954)
- Lang With Lacan: The Power of the Gaze in Moonfleet (1955)
- Bonjour Tristesse and the Expressive Potential of Découpage
- The Texture of Performance in Psycho and its Remake
- The Cry of the Owl: Investigating Decision-Making in a Contemporary Feature Film
This issue edited by Douglas Pye and Michael Walker. Designed by Lucy Fife Donaldson, John Gibbs, and James MacDowell.