Dear Felicity and All,
Congratulations on the publication of a very important volume! I look forward to reading a copy myself (must disclose I'm in it, so am obviously excited about it). It will make, I think, a very interesting counterpoint to the Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Film that was also published this year (and a review of which, by Havi Carel I believe, is appearing in the latest issue of the British Journal of Aesthetics--check it out).
Here's a link to the Acumen site (the one in Felicity's message didn't seem to work):
Here's to continuing the conversation between analytic-cognitivist and 'Continental'-inspired film philosophy!
Dr. Robert Sinnerbrink
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