Cinema 8


Issue 8 of Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image on Marx’s philosophy, which Mike Wayne (Brunel University London) and I have edited, has now finally been published, dated December 2016. The contents may be consulted, read, and downloaded here:

“Editorial: Film Through Marx, Our Contemporary”, Michael Wayne and Sérgio Dias Branco


“Cinema Violence and the Ontology of Capitalism”, Se Young Kim (Vanderbilt University)

“From Binary to Rich Dialectics: The Revolt of the Fishermen and Mauser”, Angelos Koutsourakis (University of Leeds)

“From Barton Fink to Hail, Caesar!: Hollywood’s Ghosts of Marxist Past”, Cam Cobb and Christopher J. Greig (University of Windsor)

“Making Films Negatively: Godard’s Political Aesthetics”, Jeremy Spencer (Camberwell College of Arts - University of Arts London)

“The View from Below: Film and Class Representation in Brecht and Loach”, Keith O’Regan (York University)

“For Marx: The New Left Russian Cinema”, Marijeta Bozovic (Yale University)


“‘Another kind of primitive dream’: Interview with Apichatpong Weerasethakul”, by Susana Nascimento Duarte (IFILNOVA) and José Bértolo (CEC - University of Lisbon)


“Lukácsian Film Theory and Cinema: A Study of Georg Lukács’ Writings on Film 1913-71”, Stefanie Baumann (IFILNOVA)

“Understanding Sound Tracks Through Film Theory”, Nick Poulakis (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)

“Cinema of Simulation: Hypereal Hollywood in the Long 1990s”, Jorge Martins Rosa (NOVA)

“Mismatched Women: The Siren’s Song Through the Machine”, Najmeh Moradiyan Rizi (University of Kansas)

“Literatura e Cinema. Vergílio Ferreira e o espaço do indizível”, Ana Bela Morais (CEC - Universidade de Lisboa)

“Cinema El Dorado – Cinema e Modernidade”, José Bértolo


“Capitulation to Cool?: Thoughts on Conferences 2015-2017”, William Brown (University of Roehampton)

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