Cinephile: The University of British Columbia's Film Journal Blog

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CFP – Contemporary Realism (7.2)

Realism appears to have reached a critical juncture in recent years: digital technology has all but usurped the photographic medium, rendering the indexical nature of photographic images obsolete (Doane 2002; Rodowick 2007); “reality” television...

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Vol. 6 No. 1 and 2 now online

Head over to our archives page to view the latest two issues, now available online for free! Each of our 2010 issues are available to download in a single PDF file. http://cinephile.ca/archives/          

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CFP – Reassessing Anime (7.1)

The topic of Volume 7, No.1 will be Reassessing Anime. With an emphasis toward anime film, our Fall 2011 issue of Cinephile seeks to address and tackle some of the overlooked aspects and problems...

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CFP – Horror Ad Nauseam (6.2)

The horror genre continues to regenerate itself ad nauseam. On one hand, the genre may be liberating itself from the weight of many formulaic straight-to-video films that have tainted its image over the past...

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Vol. 5 No. 1 and 2 now online

‘Far From Hollywood’ – Alternative World Cinema (Vol. 5, No 1: Spring 2009) …in this, our 5th anniversay issue, we set out to navigate the murky and uncharted depths of ‘alternative cinema’. But carving...

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CFP – Sound on Screen (6.1)

We are moving ahead with another year at Cinephile: new editor (Jessica Hughes), new editorial board, and new theme.  For our first issue of 2010 we will be examining the oft-neglected question of sound...

Events

Events

CINEPHILE’S FIRST ANNUAL FUNDRAISER AND LAUNCH PARTY Cinephile’s first annual fundraiser and launch event was an enormous success!  At this special occasion, local filmmaker, Andrew Currie, presented his 2006 Genie winning film Fido.  Coming from a...