Agamben’s cinema: Psychology versus an ethical form of life

by Janet Harbord What does the work of Giorgio Agamben bring to an understanding of cinema? A political philosopher known predominantly for the ongoing project of works that comprise the Hom... Read more →

Disputing Rossellini: Three French perspectives

by James Harvey-Davitt In Film Fables[1] Jacques Rancière contests some deeply-held theoretical stances on a number of canonical auteurs. He claims these auteurs countered the soullessness ... Read more →

Film-Philosophy 2014 programme online

The team behind the Film-Philosophy Conference 2014 has announced that the full programme is now available online. The conference will take place at the University of Glasgow from 2 to 4 Jul... Read more →

AUP announces new book series

Amsterdam University Press is launching a new book series titled ‘Recursions: Theories of Media, Materiality and Cultural Techniques‘. This series will publish fresh, exciting, a... Read more →

Film-Philosophy 2014

The Film-Philosophy Conference 2014 has issued a call for papers. In 2014 the conference is inviting proposals which engage with the theme ‘A World of Cinemas’. Keynote speakers ... Read more →

Film-Philosophy Conference 2013: Beyond Film

The upcoming Film-Philosophy Conference will be hosted by the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis, the Departments of Media Studies and Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), and... Read more →

Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image, No. 3

The new issue of Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image has been published online. The special focus of this issue is ‘Embodiment and the Body’ and it was edited by P... Read more →