Now playing! CINEMA (GLIMPSE journal issue 9, summer 2012)

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CINEMA, issue 9, summer 2012
GLIMPSE journal | the art + science of seeing
http://www.glimpsejournal.com

Cover, GLIMPSE issue 9, Cinema. Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, Spring 2011. Photograph by Sherief Gaber. Image courtesy of Lara Baladi.

Cover, GLIMPSE issue 9, Cinema.
Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt, Spring 2011.
Photograph by Sherief Gaber. Image courtesy of Lara Baladi.

CONTENTS

Timeline: Selected Dates in Cinema Art, Science, and Technology
Vic Leeds

Tahrir Cinema: Film Activism in Egypt’s Revolution
Esther Howe

Your Brain on Movies
Norman Holland

Cinematic Spelunking Inside Plato’s Cave
Maureen Eckert

RetroSpect: 1868, The Myriopticon
Lauren B. Hewes

Opening Wide: Film Festivals and Fan Communities
Kevin Corbett

Silver Screen Society: New posters for old movies
Brandon Schaeffer, Timo Meyer, Alex Griendling,
Barry Blankenship, and Eren Blanquet Unten

Pancakes with Darth: Shifting Images of Villain from Death Stars
to
Department Stores
Tony Pacitti

(Re)View:
Inside the Dead Matter: Natalia Almada’s The Night Watchman
Courtney Sheehan

Be My Projector So I Can Fail Differently
Arto Vaun

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