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Our new issue Winter 2020-21 is live!

Includes 4 articles & the SCMS TV SIG 2020 Graduate Student Essay Contest top prize article

Teaching Tools

Teaching Tools

Featuring Trevor Mowchun's inventive use of film maps as teaching tools: "Pedagogical Adventures in Cinematic Space"

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Short Cuts

Short Cuts

We welcome proposals for this section of our site devoted to topical subjects appealing to our readers. Should you be interested in contributing a 1000-2500 word commentary, review, videographic essay, or critical musing on screen media.

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Close-ups

Close-ups

Beauty and Fantasy: An Interview with Nicolas Winding Refn & poem "Drive"

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“Losing Control: ‘Until Dawn’ as Interactive Movie”

“In terms of its gameplay and narrative structure, Until Dawn follows the lead of the interactive movies of the 1990s and their modern-day counterparts, like David Cage’s Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls. Well-known video game critic Yahtzee Croshaw (2015) called Until Dawn ‘probably the best David Cage-style “interactive story” type game…”