Tuesday, 7 March 2017


Screenshot from Trois Couleurs: Rouge/Three Colors: Red (Krzysztof Kieślowski, 1994) a film discussed by Eddy Troy in his article "Deleuze and Kieślowski: On the Cinema of Exhaustion"

Film Studies For Free returns to bring you glad tidings! There is a new issue of the excellent open-access journal  Film-Philosophy out now!! More soon from FSFF!

FILM-PHILOSOPHY, Vol 21, Issue 1 [2017]



  • Cartesianism and Intersubjectivity in Paranormal Activity and the Philosophy of Mind by Steve Jones
  • ‘Do I feel lucky?’: Moral Luck, Bluffing and the Ethics of Eastwood's Outlaw-Lawman in Coogan's Bluff and the Dirty Harry Films by Joel Deshaye
  • Deleuze and Kieślowski: On the Cinema of Exhaustion by Eddy Troy
  • A World in the Making: Contingency and Time in James Benning's BNSF by Samuel Adelaar
  • Thrilling Objects: The Scales of Corruption in Political Thrillers by Brian Daniel Willems
  • Nietzsche on Film by Mark Steven
  • Stanley Cavell on the Magic of the Movies by Daniel Shaw


  • John Ó Maoilearca (2015) All Thoughts Are Equal: Laruelle and Nonhuman Philosophy, review by William Brown
  • Daniel Varndell (2014) Hollywood Remakes, Deleuze and the Grandfather Paradox, review by María Victoria Gomez Vila
  • Patricia White (2015) Women's Cinema, World Cinema: Projecting Contemporary Feminisms, review by Judith Rifeser
  • Victor Fan (2015) Cinema Approaching Reality: Locating Chinese Film Theory, review by David H. Fleming
  • Daniel Yacavone (2015) Film Worlds: A Philosophical Aesthetics of Cinema, review by Seagate Chakravorty
  • Response to Review of Film Worlds: A Philosophical Aesthetics of Cinema by Seagate Chakravorty, by Daniel Yacavone

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