WiderScreen 3-4/2016: Film Music and Cinematic Soundscapes

WiderScreen 3–4/2016 ”Elokuvamusiikki ja elokuvien äänimaisema – Film Music and Cinematic Soundscapes” is now published on http://widerscreen.fi/.
The issue was born out of the need to observe the multifaceted interactions of film, soundscapes, and music in a multidisciplinary fashion. The articles and overviews of the theme issue represent digital culture, musicology, and film studies.

WiderScreen is a peer-reviewed academic journal dealing with multimedial, digital, and audiovisual media culture. The editorial staff consists especially of people from the fields of film and media studies, history, visual culture, communications, and digital culture. The journal is coordinated by the discipline of digital culture, University of Turku.

Contents:
Editorial (Kimi Kärki [Editor], Petri Saarikoski [Editor in Chief])

Articles:
Laura Jordán González (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) and Nicolas Lema Habash (Université Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne, France): “Dismembering Body and Voice: Raúl Ruiz’s Mammame and the Critique of Cinematic Dualism”.
Markus Mantere (Sibelius Academy): ”Musiikki kasvun, muistamisen ja tuhoavan läsnäolon merkkinä. J.S. Bachin Goldberg-variaatioiden merkitys Hannibal Lecterin fiktiivisen hahmon rakentumisessa”.
Laura Miranda (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain): “The Spanish Cinema Soundscape in the 1940s: Songs for a New Regime”.
Sini Mononen (University of Turku): “Raiskaava ja vainoava musiikki. Vainoaminen off-screen-raiskauksena ja akusmatisoitu vainoaja-raiskaaja elokuvassa Hirveä kosto”.
Sanna Qvick (University of Turku): “Goblin King in Labyrinth. An audio-visual close reading of the songs by David Bowie”.

Overviews:
Heikki Rosenholm (University of Turku): “Elokuvamusiikin narratiiviset merkitykset: tarkastelussa Rocky ja The Karate Kid -elokuvat”
Olli Lehtonen (University of Turku) and Janne Virtanen (Tampere University of Technology): “Musiikki nostalgisena ja kerronnallisena tekijänä Hotline Miami -videopelissä”
Anna Sivula (University of Turku) and Jaakko Suominen (University of Turku): “Retrovation – the Concept of a Historical Innovation”

Concert review:
Kimi Kärki: “Kultaa ja ekstaaseja: Maestro Ennio Morriconen konsertti Helsingin Hartwall-areenalla 30.11.2016”

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About Kimi Kärki

Coordinator: International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPC), PhD Programme in Popular Culture Studies (PPCS) & International Master's programme European Heritage, Digital Media and the Information Society (EuroMACHS).

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