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New Review of Film and Television Studies 17.3

Cinema and the Cultures of Neoliberalism

by Anna Cooper (guest ed.) (2019)

'Power, ideology, subjectivity: all are foundational concepts in film studies going back to the 1970s, and all have been profoundly transformed by neoliberalism’s immense reach. Given these changes, a critical reconsideration of various subfields within cinema studies is in order, and this issue of New Review brings together new work which is moving forward with such reconsiderations in areas in cluding film’s intersections with race, class, the city, performativity, geopolitics, and celebrity.' - Anna Cooper, Neoliberal Theory and Film Studies, 267.

TOC:

INTRODUCTION:

Neoliberal theory and film studies.
   / Anna Cooper, 265-277
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622877

ESSAYS:

Performance anxiety: the competitive self and Hollywood's post-crash films of cruelty.
   / Louis Bayman, 278-297
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622878

Paragons of failure: Fallen celebrities and the crisis of social mobility.
   / Moya Luckett, 298-314
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622884

Self-referentiality and neoliberalism in contemporary Argentine cinema.
   / Natália Pinazza, 315-330
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622887

Neoliberalism and class tourism in The Darjeeling Limited.
   / Timotheus Vermeulen, 331-348
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622888

Get Out and the legacy of sundown suburbs in post-racial America.
   / Elizabeth A. Patton, 349-363
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622889

Neoliberal cartographies: the grid in in dependent New York film.
   / Erica Stein, 364-378
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622890

The odds are never in your favour: the form and function of American cinema's neoliberal utopias.
   / Gregory Frame, 379-397
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1622894

BOOK REVIEWS:

Lesbian Cinema after Queer Theory.
   / Katrin Horn, 398-403
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1623512

Dziga Vertov: Life and Work (volume 1:1896-1921).
   / Maria Belodubrovskaya, 401-403
doi:10.1080/17400309.2019.1628162

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New Review of Film and Television Studies 17,3 (2019):
"Cinema and the Cultures of Neoliberalism".
Guest edited by Anna Cooper.
pISSN 1740-0309 -- eISSN 1740-7923