The Global Local: Geographies of Regional American Film Nonprofits
Hannah Wold / University of Texas at Austin
Regional American film nonprofits are embedded in and responsive to local communities, resources, and political contexts, and therefore are a productive site for media industries scholarship.
Gazing Upwards: Spectacle, Surveillance, and Resistance in Nope
Sophia Abbey/ UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
A reflection on where surveillance and spectacle intersect with blackness in Jordan Peele’s Nope.
When I’m Super Mario 64: Exploring Nintendo Soundfont Covers of Beatles Music
Laura C. Brown / University of Texas at Austin
Laura C. Brown hops in a warp pipe to explore the world of Super Mario 64 soundfont covers of Beatles albums.
Disrupted Flow: The Indian Premier League (IPL) Rain Delay
Kathryn Hartzell / University of Texas at Austin
Kathryn Hartzell assesses how the IPL final’s rain delay interrupted transnational flow and exposed the industrial, technological, and ideological arrangements on which sports media operate