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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 2, Number 2, February 2012

Introduction

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
pp. 125-125(1)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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Articles

The Girl Chewing Gum
pp. 127-130(4)
Author: Smith, John

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A schematic breakdown of The Girl Chewing Gum
pp. 132-136(5)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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The Girl Chewing Gum: The time that cinema forgot
pp. 143-146(4)
Author: Stoneman, Rod

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The tragedy of the unreliable narrator in The Girl Chewing Gum
pp. 147-150(4)
Author: Proctor, Jennifer

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The man giving orders: The Girl Chewing Gum
pp. 151-154(4)
Author: Quigley, Paula

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Brief encounter: The Girl Chewing Gum
pp. 155-158(4)
Author: Brydon, Lavinia

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Much from little
pp. 159-162(4)
Author: Rabiger, Michael

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The last word
pp. 163-163(1)
Author: Smith, John

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Wind
pp. 165-167(3)
Author: Iványi, Marcell

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A schematic breakdown of Wind
pp. 168-170(3)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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The original manuscript
pp. 171-172(2)
Authors: Iványi, Marcell; Connelly, Peter

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An interview with Marcell Iványi on Wind
pp. 173-176(4)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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Wind: The image of violence
pp. 177-180(4)
Author: Holohan, Conn

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Szel/Wind: Memory and history
pp. 181-184(4)
Author: Cunningham, John

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Sublimity, the sacred and violence in Wind
pp. 185-188(4)
Author: Kerner, Aaron Michael

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Wind: A commentary on worldhood and plots
pp. 189-192(4)
Author: Bossche, Astrid Van Den

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Silent ritual: Marcell Iványiás Wind
pp. 193-196(4)
Author: Barton, Ruth

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Ambiguity and evidence: The elusive qualities of Wind
pp. 197-200(4)
Author: Michalski, Milena

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Wind: Projecting the mind's eye
pp. 201-204(4)
Author: Rickards, Meg

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Marcell Iványi's Wind: A visual essay on sound
pp. 205-208(4)
Author: Chivoiu, Oana

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The last word
pp. 209-210(2)
Author: Iványi, Marcell

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Bak lukkede dører/In Chambers
pp. 211-213(3)
Author: Nordaas, Aleksander

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A shot-by-shot breakdown of In Chambers
pp. 214-228(15)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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Interview with Aleksander Nordaas
pp. 229-233(5)
Author: Aamand, Martin Møller

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The fall as an image of rebirth in In Chambers
pp. 237-240(4)
Author: Lefebvre-Linetzky, Jacques

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In Chambers and the contours of the Holocaust imaginary
pp. 241-244(4)
Author: Kerner, Aaron Michael

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In Chambers: Dark visual pleasure
pp. 249-252(4)
Author: Solum, Ove

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Lost in limbo: On multiple levels of reality in cinema
pp. 253-256(4)
Authors: Fikse, Per; Johnsen, Thor-Eirik

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The last word
pp. 257-260(4)
Author: Nordaas, Aleksander

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