Volume 45, Issue 2 (2003) Special Film Issue, Part Two: New and/or Neglected Approaches to Understanding Moving Images
IntroductionThis is the second of two special numbers of Criticism devoted to "New and/or Neglected Approaches to Understanding Moving Images." For these issues we sought essays that describe and exemplify methods of framing the study of film, video, and digital media that are new, unconventional, or have hitherto been more or less put aside in film studies. We were especially interested in perspectives that illuminate a particular work or works, genre, director, actor, or other aspect of visual media. We also sought essays that analyzed subjects unusual for film studies. The abundance of strong articles that arrived allowed us to add a second issue to the one we had originally planned.
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