Volume 5 No. 2: The Scene


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Editor’s Note
Brent Strang and Colleen Montgomery

Contributors

Foreword: What a Scene Can Do
Elena del Río

Alice in the Cities: The Uses of Disorientation
Brenda Austin-Smith

Snuff Boxing:
Revisiting the Snuff Coda

Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

That 70s Sequence:
Remembering the Bad Old Days in Summer of Sam

R. Colin Tait

Television, Live Transmission:
Control and the Televised Performance Scene

Brian Fauteux

The Spies Who Came in from the Cold:
Framing Alfred Hitchcock’s Torn Curtain

Murray Pomerance

In the Bathhouse: Collective Violence and Eastern Promises
Jessica Hughes

That There Corpse Is Startin’ to Turn!
Three Burials and the Post-Mortem Western

Brent Strang

Hitch-cockeyed: Ocular Dys/function in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window
Larrie Dudenhoeffer

Gaze, Suture, Interface: The Suicide Scene in Michael Haneke’s Caché
Seung-hoon Jeong

The New Scene Canon

1 Response

  1. April 13, 2012

    […] their introduction to that issue (which can be viewed here), editors Colleen Montgomery and Brent Strang write the following: “A scene sets up a world, a […]

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