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I-Docs as Intervention: The Poetics and Politics of Polyphony
Judith Aston and Stefano Odorico (Issue Editors)


01 Thirty Speculations Towards a Polyphonic Model for New Media Documentary

by Patricia R. Zimmermann


02 Exercising Radical Democracy: The Crisis of Representation and Interactive Documentary as an Agent of Change

by Amir Husak

03 Beyond “Toolness”: Korsakow Documentary as a Methodology for Plurivocal Interventions in Complexity
by Anna Wiehl

04 Rediscovering “Wonder” through I-Docs: Reflections on “Immersive” Viewing in the Context of Contemporary Digital/Visual Practices

by Paolo Favero

05 The Poetics and Politics of Polyphony: Towards a Research Method for Interactive Documentary

by Judith Aston and Stefano Odorico


06 Polyphony in Practice: An Interview with Sharon Daniel
by Sharon Daniel, Judith Aston, and Stefano Odorico

07 Enacting Polyphony: An Interview with Florian Thalhofer
by Florian Thalhofer, Judith Aston, and Stefano Odorico


08 The Shore Line as Polyphony in Practice: A Case Study
by Elizabeth Miller

09 Experimental Polyphony: On the Media Ecological Research of Intermediate Bodies
by Daniel Fetzner and Martin Dornberg


Abbas Kiarostami and Film-Philosophy by Mathew Abbott
Reviewer: Kelly Houck

Authoring Hal Ashby: The Myth of the New Hollywood Auteur by Aaron Hunter
Reviewer: Nicholas Godfrey

Feminist Film Theory and Pretty Woman by Mari Ruti
Reviewer: Alice Guilluy

When Movies Were Theater: Architecture, Exhibition, and the Evolution of American Film by William Paul
Reviewer: Tober Corrigan

Book Reviews Editor: James Mulvey

Far East Film Festival 20
Reporters: Boel Ulfsdotter and Mats Björkin

“Looking Out”: The 2018 Association for Art History’s Annual Conference
Reporter: Gillian McIver

Reports Editor: Davide Abbatescianni






ISSN 2009-4078

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