APCS Spring 2013 Catalogue

Dossier on Film Theory

We publish here some of the best student papers in film theory from Fall 2012. These thinkers have explored psychoanalytic film theory, the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, phenomenology, feminist film theory, coming up with striking analyses of Véra Chytilova's Daisies (1966), Danny Boyle's 127 Hours (2010), Douglas Sirk's Written on the Wind (1956), and other films. Congratulations to the writers!

– Laura U. Marks (lmarks@sfu.ca)


Anna Howlett – Negating the Synthesis: Approaching Feminist Film Theory Through Hegelian Dialectics
Jae Woo Kang – Immersing Into the Eye of the Camera
Michael Town – The Lacanian Real in Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours
Sepehr Samimi – A Thousand Eyes For Perception, A Deleuzian Analysis of 127 hours
Thanh Nguyen – Masculinity in Melodrama: A Psychoanalytic "Gaze" at Written on the Wind

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