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 4, Number 2, October 2014

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Editor’s introduction

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Editor’s introduction
pp. 115-115(1)
Author: Raskin, Richard

Miscellaneous

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Keha Mälu/Body Memory
pp. 117-123(7)
Author: Pikkov, Ülo

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The storyboard for Body Memory
pp. 124-128(5)
Author: Pikkov, Ülo

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A shot-by-shot breakdown of Body Memory
pp. 130-137(8)
Author: Raskin, Richard

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An interview with Ülo Pikkov on Body Memory
pp. 138-140(3)
Author: Raskin, Richard

Articles

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Choreography of confinement in Body Memory
pp. 141-144(4)
Author: Wong, Yutian

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From concrete horror to symbolic significance in Body Memory
pp. 145-148(4)
Author: Kau, Edvin Vestergaard

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Perception of sound in/as Body Memory
pp. 149-152(4)
Author: Have, Iben

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Into what future?
pp. 153-156(4)
Author: Barton, Ruth

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The return of the animated dead in Body Memory
pp. 163-166(4)
Author: Dima, Vlad

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Unravelling the body without organs in Body Memory
pp. 167-170(4)
Author: Richter, Nicole

Miscellaneous

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Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto
pp. 171-176(6)
Author: Oettinger, Johan

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Generic hybridity in Holocaust cinema
pp. 199-202(4)
Author: Vice, Sue

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The non-human and affect in Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto
pp. 203-206(4)
Author: Walden, Victoria Grace

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Can what is beyond imagining be represented on-screen?
pp. 207-210(4)
Author: Lefebvre-Linetzky, Jacques

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‘Robbed of one’s eyes’: Re-viewing the Holocaust
pp. 211-214(4)
Author: Quigley, Paula

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Nevermore
pp. 215-218(4)
Author: Kerner, Aaron

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