Some self-promotion today, Godard and tangentially-Godard related:
Catch a sneak preview of my review of Hunter Vaughan’s Where Film Meets Philosophy: Godard, Resnais, and Experiments in Cinematic Thinking, from the September 2013 issue of New Review of Film and Television Studies, on my
The Legacies of Jean-Luc Godard, an anthology of papers from the SonImage Conference at the University of Regina in 2010, will be published in early 2014, including my essay “The ‘Hidden Fire’ of Inwardness: Cavell, Godard and Modernism”.
The excellent independent publishing house Caboose is putting together Reading with Jean-Luc Godard, including a short piece of mine on Marcel Sacotte’s La Prostitution (1959) and its relation to Vivre sa vie. Look for this, if all goes according to plan, in 2015. BTW, in October Caboose is set to release the long-awaited English translation of Godard’s Introduction to a True History of Cinema and Television. Essential.