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Cinema Journal
Number of Followers: 24  
 
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ISSN (Print) 0009-7101 - ISSN (Online) 1527-2087
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  • Editors' Introduction
    • Abstract: This is our first and last issue as editors of Cinema Journal. In January 2018, the members of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies voted decisively to change the name of their scholarly publication to Journal of Cinema and Media Studies (JCMS). JCMS will pursue the same mission as Cinema Journal—publishing the best work on audiovisual media by SCMS members—and continue its rich history of conscientious self-examination and cutting-edge scholarship. Indeed, it is precisely because of this history that the journal's name needed to change.When SCMS was founded as the Society of Cinematologists in 1959, its members' object of analysis was clearly and exclusively film. The range of audiovisual media that members ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Objectivity, Speculative Realism, and the Cinematic Apparatus
    • Abstract: As the ecological crisis becomes increasingly urgent, humans across professions and disciplines struggle to determine the appropriate way to respond to it. Recent movements within the humanities such as speculative realism and new materialism attempt to address environmental issues by reframing humanity's relationship to the natural world and attempting to break from the anthropocentrism that has dominated (at least Western) thought since the Enlightenment. This article argues that these timely and crucial movements have much to learn from film theory. Questions about subjectivity, mediation, and reality are pivotal for classical as well as 1970s film theory, and the contemporary debate surrounding speculative ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Chaebol Affect: Emotional Capital and the Interiority of Wealth in Im
           Sang-soo's The Housemaid and The Taste of Money
    • Abstract: Though a ubiquitous figure in South Korean public media and television dramas, the chaebol son—heir to the family-owned chaebol conglomerates that helped propel South Korea to wealth and modernity in the second part of the twentieth century—is relatively absent from its cinema. Seemingly aware of this absence, Im Sang-soo portrays a corrupt chaebol family and its voracious appetites in Ton ŭi Mat (The Taste of Money; Im Sang-soo, 2012), which self-consciously pulls the chaebol son out of obscurity and onto the cinema screen. At the beginning of the film there is an arrest warrant out for the chaebol son Yun Ch'ŏl, who is in hiding; to repair the situation, his father, Chairman Yun, pays off a prosecutor with ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • "Feast Your Eyes, Glut Your Soul": Lon Chaney, Tod Browning,
           Disfigurement, and the Limits of Redemptive Affects
    • Abstract: Look! You want to see' See! Feast your eyes, glut your soul on my cursed ugliness! Look at Erik's face! Now you know the face of the voice! You were not content to hear me, eh' You wanted to know what I looked like' Oh, you women are so inquisitive! Well, are you satisfied' I'm a good-looking fellow, eh' … When a woman has seen me, as you have, she belongs to me. She loves me forever! I am a kind of Don Juan, you know. … Look at me! I am Don Juan Triumphant!At 3:00 p.m. on August 28, 1930, all work in Hollywood came to a stop. At every studio in town and every MGM office around the globe, phones ceased ringing, cameras stilled, and business chatter paused as the film industry observed two minutes of silence to ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A DIY Come-On: A History of Optical Printing in Avant-Garde Cinema
    • Abstract: During the 1970s and 1980s, avant-garde filmmakers mastered a device traditionally used for Hollywood special effects work: the optical printer. A complex apparatus that allows for duplication of film through rephotography, the optical printer contributed to a shift in emphasis from the camera-bound spontaneity of shooting to the analytical revisionism of postproduction, as filmmakers transformed their images with unprecedented levels of control. Some used the printer functionally to achieve very specific effects, while others became virtuosos whose films depended on a thorough understanding of the device's possibilities. Soon, the optical printer became a mainstay of MFA programs and filmmakers' cooperatives, as ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Making of Hollywood Production: Televising and Visualizing Global
           Filmmaking in 1960s Promotional Featurettes
    • Abstract: Making-of documentaries have long made Hollywood's film production process visible to the public. Before becoming a staple of DVD and Blu-ray special features, early forms of making-ofs gave audiences a view of the inner workings of Hollywood filmmaking and movie companies. Shortly after its formation, 20th Century-Fox produced in 1936 a filmed studio tour that exhibited the company's different departments on the studio lot, a key feature of Hollywood's detailed division of labor. Even as studio-tour short subjects became less common because of the restructuring of studio operations after the 1948 antitrust Paramount Case, long-form trailers still conveyed behind-the-scenes information. In a trailer for The Ten ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Decolonize Media: Tactics, Manifestos, Histories
    • Abstract: Photo used by permission of the MTL Collective.Decolonize media! Inspired by Standing Rock, the Decolonize the Curriculum movement in South Africa, and long histories of resistance in the Americas, Palestine, and elsewhere, we propose that the next step for media activism as a whole is to place these spaces of opposition and refusal into extended engagement with current decolonial thought and practices. The "object" of study for this In Focus dossier is not the dominant (media) forms of racial capitalism, but rather decolonial action, thinking, and organizing. In short, putting your thinking body in space of all kinds—public, intellectual, academic—where it is not supposed to be and trying to decolonize it. We ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Countermanifestos and Audibility
    • Abstract: By now "Decolonize_____!" is a familiar formulation. "Decolonize" is placed in front of a word to describe it as an object of oppression, and the phrase is then followed by an exclamation point. As Eve Tuck and K. Wayne Yang predicted, in the academic move to decolonize everything, specific claims by Indigenous peoples to territories fall out of the political demand. If we are serious about changing the structural relations of colonial power, which the call to decolonize media implies, we must first raise the problem of foundational violence and dispossession, remembering how settler Law protects the privatization of property as a foundational underpinning of the capitalist racial order.Let's not follow the ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Anarchy on and off the Air
    • Abstract: This communiqué aims to open a conversation between media scholarship and decolonial activism and to rethink everyday notions of place and practice. My take here is informed by my past and present work as a radio producer and host for three public affairs programs—one on indigenous politics and the other two focused on anarchist politics—in the context of a hybrid station: WESU, in Middletown, Connecticut.1From 2007 to 2013, I worked as the sole producer and host of a public affairs show, Indigenous Politics: From Native New England and Beyond, a program that was widely syndicated and focused on global indigenous struggles while acknowledging the local context in the spirit of ethical engagement with the indigenous ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Decolonizing Education and Research by Countering the Myths We Live By
    • Abstract: This essay argues for a revision of both research and teaching practice within the fields of media studies and the communication sciences, and adopts Barthean semiotic myth theory as a means to demonstrate how such revision could be envisaged as countermythologization within the current climate of decolonization. First, a brief discussion broadly contextualizes the decolonization debate. This is followed by two examples of how this overarching environment can be responded to, first, by rethinking media studies research practice, and second, by critically revising traditional teaching practices within media and communication studies.Roland Barthes constructed the semiotic formula for myth to illustrate how myth acts ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • For Maalik, Naz, Brittany, & Alexis; or, On Loving Black People as a
           Liberatory Practice
    • Abstract: "If you're here with the NYPD or you're with the FBI, welcome, sincerely. We expect you here"—this is the brief greeting spoken by an imam at the beginning of a prayer gathering depicted in the 2015 film Naz & Maalik (Jay Dockendorf). This welcoming to the mosque is a recognition of, and, perhaps a reckoning with, the seeming inevitability of the police surveillance and monitoring of Muslim communities, by way of, for example, the New York Police Department's (NYPD) Demographic Unit (which has since been disbanded). At other times mosques and Muslim student groups have been infiltrated by plainclothes cops or through the work of FBI informants and by way of "create and capture." Of course, the surveillance of ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Untitled Images (2014)
    • Abstract: Modern artists are facing constant challenges in terms of defining their roles—artists are no longer just themselves; they often become an artist-activist, artist-journalist, artiststoryteller, and so on. But have our times changed the rules of truth telling, storytelling through art, content choices regarding topics that could, or should, be a part of discussion in the modern art world'After a few years of repetitive images of Middle Eastern misery shown in Western media, I've noticed a certain numbness, even a cruel boredom, in viewers becoming used to seeing scenes of massacres on daily basis. At the same time, editors and international photography agencies dominate content, showing what's subjectively worth ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Reel Evil
    • Abstract: I still remember the unexpected fever that washed my skin in red as I watched him, the forty-third president of the United States, George W. Bush, apply a black-and-white overlay to the world in his 2002 State of the Union address. That speech followed a series of unthinkable terrorist attacks on American soil on September 11, 2001. My visceral response as I watched the State of the Union that night is captured by a descriptive French phrase, colère du lait (milk anger), a state of being that boils into sudden rage when heated.In that speech, President Bush spoke of three "axis" countries: North Korea, Iran, and Iraq. They were evil. They developed and tested dangerous weapons of mass destruction. They curtailed ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Studios after the Studios: Neoclassical Hollywood (1970–2010) by
           J. D. Connor (review)
    • Abstract: Among the thorniest questions in the field of film studies is how to reconcile the long-standing traditions of formal and textual analysis with the burgeoning subfield of media industry studies. J. D. Connor poses a provocative answer in The Studios after the Studios, arguing that "with very few exceptions, we have not explored Hollywood's peculiar sort of self-representation in sufficient detail, and we have not committed ourselves to reading films as corporate and industrial allegories as deeply as we should."1 The need to employ this mode of allegorical "decryption"—that is, to be "reading the stories on the screen as the stories of Hollywood itself"—has been noted often enough by critics and journalists as well ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Black Film by Michael
           Boyce Gillespie (review)
    • Abstract: In his book Film Blackness: American Cinema and the Idea of Black Film, Michael Boyce Gillespie intervenes in the study of racial representation to give media scholars and film viewers a better accounting of how race in general and blackness in particular have been configured and regarded in US narrative films of the past forty years. Film Blackness avails itself of the theoretical gestures from the scholarly work of Kara Keeling, Nathaniel Mackey, and Fred Moten to move us far, far away from determinist arguments about black art that is measured "exclusively by the social category of race or veracity claims about black existential life."1 It is a necessary book that incorporates the vibrancy of black studies in ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Documentary Film Reader: History, Theory, Criticism ed. by Jonathan
           Kahana, and: Essays on the Essay Film eds. by Nora M. Alter and Timothy
           Corrigan (review)
    • Abstract: Reflecting on the nature of book collecting, Walter Benjamin observed, "There is in the life of a collector a dialectical tension between the poles of disorder and order."1 These words are a fitting entry point to discuss two new anthologies, Jonathan Kahana's The Documentary Film Reader: History, Theory, Criticism and Nora M. Alter and Timothy Corrigan's Essays on the Essay Film. Is there a more characteristic tension animating the epistemological impulse of scholars such as these than to attempt to tame the unruly construct of the documentary film in all its permutations'Both volumes adeptly balance this order and disorder by featuring written works that generate dialogues within, rather than impose strict ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Public Spectacles of Violence: Sensational Cinema and Journalism in Early
           Twentieth-Century Mexico and Brazil by Rielle Navitski (review)
    • Abstract: Even before opening the pages of Public Spectacles of Violence: Sensational Cinema and Journalism in Early Twentieth-Century Mexico and Brazil the reader is met with an image of violence on the cover: in front of a wall, three uniformed men stand, rifles in hand pointed downward. A mass execution seems to have just taken place. A palpable sense of immediacy heightens the drama and impact of the image and is augmented by the men's silhouetted repetition, the regular distance between them, and the notable oblique angle. They resemble a deadly assembly line. This still, from the serial film based on real events and Mexican cinema's first box-office hit, El automóvil gris (The gray automobile; Enrique Rosas, 1919) ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Immediations: The Humanitarian Impulse in Documentary by Pooja Rangan
           (review)
    • Abstract: Pooja Rangan's Immediations: The Humanitarian Impulse in Documentary is a provocative, polemical, and vital book for thinking through the often-problematic humanitarian impulse to give the camera to the Other. Traditionally, this act is located within the benevolent discourse of "giving a voice to the voiceless." Rangan argues the opposite, namely that "giving the camera to the other invents the very disenfranchised humanity that it claims to redeem." While the book concentrates on a range of non-fiction examples that fall broadly into the subgenre of "participatory documentary," Rangan's critical orientation does not rest firmly in the methods and concerns of documentary studies or media studies more generally. ... Read More
      Keywords: Motion pictures; Im, Sang-su,; Chaney, Lon,; Browning, Tod,; Cinematography; Experimental films; Promotional films; Mass media; Radio broadcasting; Dockendorf, Jay; Documentary photography; Motion picture studios
      PubDate: 2018-07-28T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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