p.o.v.Number 28, December 2009 [PDF]
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THIS IS THE FINAL ISSUE OF P.O.V.
Good Guy / Bad Guy
Nils Malmros, interviewed by Jeppe Knudsen
David Von Ancken, interviewed by Martin Møller Aamand
Philippe Lesage, interviewed by Ina Fischlin
Birger Langkjær: Moral Twists of Perversion
- Emotional Engagement and Morality in Relation to
Pedro Almodovar's Talk to Her
Jacques Lefebvre-Linetzky: Uncle Charlie, the smooth arch-villain
Marlene Petersen: The Good, the Bad and the Nasty
Sébastien Doubinsky: Nice Bad Guy or Bad Nice Guy?
- Medium Cool by Haskell Wexler
Sune Liltorp: Good Guy / Bad Guy
Jody Pennington: The Good, the Bad, and Halloween
- A Sociological Analysis of John Carpenter's Slasher
Karen Klitgaard Povlsen & Anne Marit Waade: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
- Adapting embodied gender from novel to movie
in Stieg Larsson's crime fiction
Jakob Isak Nielsen: The Case of Monsieur Hulot
Richard Raskin: From Leslie Howard to Raoul Wallenberg
- The transmission and adaptation of a heroic model
Jonathan Chubb: A note on a source of the Marseillaise scene in Casablanca
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The new journal will be called Short Film Studies, and the first issue should be in print approximately one year from now. It will devote serious but lively attention to the short film and also to exemplary commercials and public service ads. My hope is that many readers of p.o.v. will find in Short Film Studies essentially the same spirit as the March issues of p.o.v. and will look upon the new journal as the continuation of the old one. Meanwhile, all articles will remain accessible on the p.o.v. website.
There are many colleagues I wish to thank for their excellent work:
Finally I wish to thank the authors who contributed the many outstanding articles that have appeared in this journal and the readers who faithfully read and enjoyed them.
- Annette Hoffbeck for printing the journal;
- Jorge Leitão for designing and managing the web edition;
- Jakob Elias Nielsen for the new cover design, adopted in 2002;
- Mette Hjort, Henrik Juel, Mark LeFanu and Bevin Yeatman for serving most frequently as referees, and Gerry McCullogh, Johannes Riis and Frands Mortensen for pitching in as well, since peer review began;
- Steffen Brandorff, Chairman of the Department of Information and Media Studies, for taking over from the Aarhus University Research Foundation the funding of this journal since 2007;
- Stacey Cozart and Marilyn Raskin for proofreading;and Simon Andersen for updating the website and keeping it in good repair.
Richard Raskin, editor
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