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Short Film Studies is a peer-reviewed journal designed to stimulate ongoing research on individual short films as a basis for a better understanding of the art form as a whole. In each issue, two or three short films will be selected for comprehensive study, with articles illuminating each film from a variety of perspectives.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 1, Number 2, January 2011

Editorial

Editor’s Introduction
pp. 151-151(1)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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Articles

Alumbramiento/Lightborne
pp. 153-157(5)

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Shot-by-shot breakdown of Alumbramiento
pp. 158-175(18)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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An interview with Eduardo Chapero-Jackson on Alumbramiento
pp. 177-182(6)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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Time of death
pp. 183-186(4)
Author: Stone, Rob

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Moving towards the light
pp. 191-194(4)
Author: Shaw, Nathan

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Contrasts in Alumbramiento
pp. 203-206(4)
Author: Michelotti, Graciela

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Coming into the light: Alumbramiento in context
pp. 207-210(4)
Author: Acevedo-Muñoz, Ernesto R.

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The biopolitics of death in Chapero-Jackson’s Alumbramiento
pp. 211-214(4)
Author: Méndez, Germán Labrador

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The last word on Alumbramiento
pp. 219-221(3)
Author: Chapero-Jackson, Eduardo

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Derailment/Avsporing
pp. 223-225(3)

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A shot-by-shot breakdown of Derailment
pp. 226-230(5)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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An interview with Unni Straume on Derailment
pp. 231-233(3)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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Out of the underworld
pp. 235-238(4)
Author: Rabiger, Michael

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Exploding anonymity: the romance and risk of Derailment
pp. 239-243(5)
Author: Prout, Ryan

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Air, scent and the senses in Derailment
pp. 245-249(5)
Author: Thomson, Claire

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Sunday
pp. 259-261(3)

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Sunday
pp. 262-269(8)

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A shot-by-shot breakdown of Sunday
pp. 270-275(6)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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An interview with John Lawlor on Sunday
pp. 276-281(6)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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A Swiftian Sunday
pp. 283-286(4)
Author: McIlroy, Brian

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Disturbing types: gender stereotypes and the short film
pp. 287-290(4)
Author: Holohan, Conn

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Seven words: the real Sunday
pp. 291-294(4)
Author: Radley, Emma

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De-familiarization and estrangement in Sunday
pp. 295-298(4)
Author: Bullaro, Grace Russo

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Mum, Dad and the Apocalypse: John Lawlor’s Sunday
pp. 299-302(4)
Author: Marx, Lesley

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The Sunday religious revival and a horse named Desire
pp. 303-306(4)
Author: Holtmeier, Matthew

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Straight lines and circles
pp. 307-310(4)
Author: Quigley, Paula

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Tuning in to Sunday
pp. 311-314(4)
Author: Barton, Ruth

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The last word on Sunday
pp. 315-318(4)
Author: Lawlor, John

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