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Projections

The Journal for Movies and Mind



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WINNER OF THE 2008 AAP/PSP PROSE AWARD FOR BEST NEW JOURNAL IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES!

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Published in association with The Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image and The Forum for Movies and Mind

Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that explores how the mind experiences, understands, and interprets the audiovisual and narrative structures of cinema and other visual media. Recognizing cinema as an art form, the journal aims to integrate established traditions of analyzing media aesthetics with current research into perception, cognition, and emotion, according to frameworks supplied by psychology, psychoanalysis, and the cognitive and neurosciences. Submissions are welcomed from a variety of scholarly methods within the humanities and the sciences, from aesthetic to empirical, theoretical, and historical approaches. The journal seeks to facilitate a dialogue between scholars in these disciplines and bring the study of moving image media to the forefront of contemporary intellectual debate.



Subjects: Film Studies
 




Fortchcoming Issue

Volume 11, Issue 1, Summer 2017

 

FROM THE EDITOR
Stephen Prince

Articles

INSTANCES OF CINEMA
Ted Nannicelli

ANALYZING STYLISTIC PATTERNING IN FILM TO ESTABLISH THE CINEMATOGRAPHER AS A COAUTHOR: A CASE STUDY OF GREGG TOLAND
Philip Cowan

AFFECTING PROFUNDITY: COGNITIVE AND MORAL DISSONANCE IN LYNCH, LOACH, LINKLATER, AND SAYLES
Wyatt Moss-Wellington

TAKING BAZIN LITERALLY
Mario Slugan

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN THE LIGHT AND DARK SIDE OF THE FORCE: A CONTEMPORARY KLEINIAN VIEW OF STAR WARS
Jason Dean and Geoffrey Raynor

STRIKINGLY LOW AGREEMENT IN THE APPRAISAL OF MOTION PICTURES
Pascal Wallisch and Jake Alden Whritner

Review Essay

MAKING OVER MISE-EN-SCÈNE
Elliott Logan


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