|FSFF's montage of frame grabs from Les yeux sans visage / Eyes Without a Face (Georges Franju, 1960) and Holy Motors (Leos Carax, 2012). Read Part One of LOLA's collective hailing of the latter film|
Film Studies For Free is delighted to bring you the always lovely news that not only has a new issue of Adrian Martin and Girish Shambu's LOLA been published -- on Masks -- it has already been extended, as per the new rolling publication style of this wonderful online film journal.
There is one final roll-out for this issue coming soon. This will include texts on Jerry Lewis, Rivette and Carpenter compared, Sitges Film Festival, and the conclusion of 'Hail Holy Motors'. FSFF will add links to the below list of contents once these are online.
LOLA, Issue 3 (December 2012): Masks
- Hail Holy Motors Part One A Spontaneous LOLA collective
- A Pilgrimage to the Peloponnese: Gregory Markopoulos, Eniaios and the Temenos Erika Balsom
- Is It Weird? Or, Actualising Disallowed Cinema Philip Brophy
- She Thinks She Looks Dana Linssen
- Webs of Destiny and Bits of String: Edgar G. Ulmer Luc Moullet
- Transient and Intrinsically Valuable in Their Impermanence: Television's Changing Aesthetic Norms Tom O'Regan
- The Macao Gesture Cristina Álvarez López
- Investigation of a Stolen Life: I giorni contati Yvette Bíró
- Road Trip: Toronto International Film Festival 2012 Girish Shambu