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Synoptique Issue 7.2 is out now!


Synoptique: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies, Concordia’s own peer-reviewed journal,  has released their October 2018 issue. You can find the complete issue here. The issue features reviews of Joshua Neves and Baskar Sarkar’s collection Asian Video Cultures, Lee Grieveson’s Cinema and the Wealth of Nations, and much more. Here’s a full list of journal contributions:

Contents:

Editorial Collective, Introduction

Benjamin Ogrodnik, “Super 8 Chic: The Collision of Small Gauge Film, Visual Ethnography and Filmic Portraiture in Peggy Ahwesh’s Pittsburgh Trilogy (1983)”

Alena Strohmaier and Lea Spahn, “Intra-Active Documentary: Philip Scheffner’s Havarie and New-Materialist Perspectives on Migrant Cinema”

Léa Le Cudennec, ““We deserve better”: Tumblr Fandoms and the Fan Activists’ Fight for Better Representation of Queer Characters on TV”

Dylan Cree, “No Laffing Matter: The Laugh Track as More than a Function of Discourse”

Reviews Section

Luke Robinson, Joshua Neves and Baskar Sarkar (eds.) Asian Video Cultures

Matthew Ellis, Lee Grieveson. Cinema and the Wealth of Nations

Andrea Mariani, Joshua Glick. Los Angeles Documentary

Patrick Brodie, Living in Digital Warfare: A Review Essay

Phillip Lamarr Cunningham, Michael Gillespie. Film Blackness

Sarah Stang, Bonnie Ruberg and Adrienne Shaw (eds.) Queer Game Studies

Sima Kokotović and Giuseppe Fidotta, FNC 2017: The Fabrication of Global Cinema

Natalie Greenberg, RIDM 2017: Reagan, Trump, and the Image of Conspiracy

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