Film Quarterly’s original webinar series showcasing the best in recent film and media studies publications continued on May 12th with a conversation between Page Views editor Bruno Guaraná (Boston University) and Hunter Hargraves (Cal State Fullerton) about his new book Uncomfortable Television (Duke University Press, 2023). Moderated by FQ editor-in-chief B. Ruby Rich.
Mihaela Mihailova on the likely impacts of AI upon animation and visual-effects work.
Madubuko Diakité’s Radical Documentary
Power Dynamics in TV Tech Dramas
Dossier: The “Black Infinite” in
Dumbo, St. Louis Blues, Atlantique(s),
Exterminate All The Brutes, and T
Columns: Viola’s Body, Female Empowerment in Physical, and Telling Latin America’s Histories
Page Views: Uncomfortable Television
Film Quarterly’s original webinar series showcasing the best in recent film and media studies publications continued on March 6th with a conversation between Page Views editor Bruno Guaraná (Boston University) and Jean Ma (Stanford University) about her new book, At the Edges of Sleep: Moving Images and Somnolent Spectators (University of California Press, 2022). Moderated by FQ editor-in-chief B. Ruby Rich.
On February 10th, Film Quarterly explored new directions in disability film and media in part one of its two-part webinar series (part two hosted on February 24th) discussing its special dossier “The New Disability Media” (Winter 2022) co-presented with NYU’s Center for Disability Studies and Center for Media, Culture & History. With Neta Alexander (Colgate University), Reid Davenport (I Didn’t See You There), Jordan Lord (Shared Resources), Mara Mills (NYU), and Pooja Rangan (Amherst College). Moderated by dossier co-editors B. Ruby Rich (Film Quarterly), Faye Ginsburg (NYU) and Lawrence Carter-Long (DisArt).
Annie Berke on Marvel’s attitude towards its actors, who are “versatile as a void.”
Monique Wittig’s 1966 essay on Jean-Luc Godard, her first piece of criticism.
Interviews: Grace Lee and Jon-Sesrie Goff
Dossier: The New Disability Media
Festival Reports: Il Cinema Ritrovato, Telluride
Columns: Yellowstone, Latin American Feminist Horror, and the New Real World
Page Views: Jean Ma’s Sleepy Cinema
Page Views editor Bruno Guaraná interviews Jean Ma about her new book At the Edges of Sleep: Moving Images and Somnolent Spectators.
Leshu Torchin on the emerging measures for care in the media industry–and how they fall short.