Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media. Issue 05: Cinema in the Interstices
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This special issue considers the interstice as a framework for the nonspecificity of film, as a method for the rehabilitation of the analogue image within digital film, as a device to interpret the change that has taken place between classical film and artist’s cinema, as representative of interculturalism in national cinema, as blurring the lines between fact and fiction, as a mode of transition between Asian concepts of the void and independent American film, and as a form of both temporal and spatial elision. Edited by Abigail Keating, Deborah Mellamphy and Jill Murphy, University College Cork.