|Image from Histoire(s) du cinéma (Jean-Luc Godard, 1988-99)|
Film Studies For Free had a nagging doubt that it was omitting something BIG from its recent entry of links to Godard studies. And, boy, it was!
It really should have waited....
Some time back, the very kind people at the great Close Up film centre were in touch to announce their relaunch of excellent film magazine Vertigo as an online publication.
The (just published) reboot issue -- Godard Is. -- is astonishingly, mouth-wateringly good! The luscious links are below.
A très contrite FSFF has added the link to Vertigo to its permanent listing of online Film Studies journals.
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VERTIGO, Issue 30 | Spring 2012: Godard Is.
- Jean-Luc Godard: Vivre sa Vie By Frieda Grafe
- The Interventions of Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker into Contemporary Visual Art By David Brancaleone
- “Elpenor, Unburied”: Ezra Pound, Jean-Luc Godard And the Descent of Dwelling By Corin Depper
- King Lear By James Norton
- "I am playing leapfrog with myself" By Jürgen E. Müller
- Scénario du Film Passion: Writing Video at the End of Cinema By Duncan White
- Entering the Desert: The Book of Film Socialisme by By James S. Williams
- Godard in the Gallery: Story of a Ruination By Adrian Martin
- "Tensional Differences": The Anxiety of Re-Mediation in Jean-Luc Godard’s New Wave Films By Ágnes Pethő
- For a Reconsideration of Soft and Hard By Jerry White
- It's Not Blood, It's Red: Colour(s) of Jean-Luc Godard By Robert Barry
- A Photograph and a Camera: Two Objects in Film Socialisme By Roland-François Lack