Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media


Issue Contents


by Jill Murphy and Nicholas O'Riordan (Issue Editors)


The Taming of the Bronies: Animals, Autism and Fandom as Therapeutic Performance
by Maria Pramaggiore

Continuing the Deviating Tradition of Hungarian Experimental Film Art: András Jeles’s Joseph and His BrothersScenes from a Peasant Bible
by Gábor Gelencsér

Inf(l)ection of the Medium: Sándor Kardos’s Films in Between Eye and Hand
by Mónika Dánél

Europe of “Others”: Deviations, Mobility, and the Construction of Identities in Carmine Amoroso’s Cover Boy
by Abigail Keating

Disembodied Perspective: Third-Person Images in GoPro Videos
by Philippe Bédard

“Gas Her”: Deviant Paradigms of Identification in Interactive Spectatorship
by Marina Hassapopoulou

Book Reviews

Men’s Cinema: Masculinity and Mise en Scène in Hollywood, by Stella Bruzzi
Reviewed by Ian Murphy

China’s iGeneration: Cinema and Moving Image Culture for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Matthew Johnson et al.
Reviewed by Leung Wing-Fai

Slow Movies: Countering the Cinema of Action, by Ira Jaffe
Reviewed by Thorsten Botz-Bornstein

Beyond the Screen: Emerging Cinema and Engaging Audiences, by Sarah Atkinson
Reviewed by Jonathan Wroot

Book Reviews Editor: Aidan Power


Political Cinema in the 21st Century: The Radical Film Network Inaugural Conference
Birmingham City University, 7–8 February 2015
Report by Kelly Zarins

BAFTA 2015: Film Craft Sessions
BAFTA London, 7 February 2015
Report by Jake Martin Graves and Conan Coatsworth

51st International Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival
Antalya, Turkey, 10–18 October 2014
Report by Murat Akser

Reports Editor: Stefano Odorico