Journal: Film Philosophy

Those of you who’ve taken PHI350: Philosophy and Cinema, or any of you interested in the Philosophy of Cinema/Film, will find the following interesting.

The new edition of Film Philosophy, Vol. 11, No. 3, is now available at

This is a special issue titled Encore: Lacan and Film.

The published articles (in .pdf) are:
Introduction: One More Effort… (i-vi)
Benjamin Noys

What is the Gift of Grace?: on Dogville (1-22)
Lorenzo Chiesa

The Politics of Gift-Giving and the Provocation of Lars Von Trier’s Dogville (23-37)
Dany Nobus

Antiphusis: Werner Herzog’s Grizzly Man (38-51)
Benjamin Noys

The Temporality of the Real: The Path to Politics in The Constant Gardener (52-73)
Todd McGowan

‘How Very Lacanian’: From Fantasy to Hyperreality in Basic Instinct 2 (74-85)
Mark Fisher

Book Review

Review of Andrea Sabbadini (ed.) (2003) The Couch and the Silver Screen: Psychoanalytic Reflections on European Cinema (86-93)
Benedicte Coste

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