Profile

Publications

Books:

Andrew Klevan, Aesthetic Evaluation and Film (Manchester University Press, forthcoming September 2018)

Andrew Klevan, Barbara Stanwyck (Palgrave/BFI, 2013)

Andrew Klevan and Alex Clayton (eds.), The Language and Style of Film Criticism (Routledge, 2011); reviewed by Light & Shadow and girish

Andrew Klevan, Film Performance: From Achievement to Appreciation (Wallflower Press/ Columbia University Press, 2005); reviewed by undercurrent

Andrew Klevan, Disclosure of the Everyday: Undramatic Achievement in Narrative Film Flicks Books (Trowbridge, 2000)

Journal Editor:

Screen Special Issue on Film and Television Aesthetics 2012 with Annette Kuhn (Deadline for articles June 2011)

MOVIE: A Journal of Film Criticism 2012 with V.F. Perkins Issue 4 (Deadline for articles October 2011)

Articles:

Andrew Klevan, 'The Art of Indirection in Trouble in Paradise', Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism, 5, 2014, 1- 14, http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/film/movie/contents/the_art_of_indirection_in_trouble_in_paradise.pdf 

Andrew Klevan, 'Vertigo and the Spectator of Film Analysis', Film-Philosophy, 18, 2014, 147-171, http://www.film-philosophy.com/index.php/f-p/article/view/1079

Andrew Klevan, 'Living Meaning: The Fluency of Film Performance' in Aaron Taylor (ed.), Theorizing Film Acting (Routledge, 2012)

Andrew Klevan, 'Expressing the In-Between', LOLA, No. 1, 2011

Andrew Klevan, 'Notes on Stanley Cavell and Philosophical Criticism' in Havi Carel and Greg Tuck (eds.), New Takes in Film-Philosophy (Palgrave MacMillan, 2011)

Andrew Klevan, 'Internalising the Musical' in Tom Brown and James Walters (eds.), Film Moments: Criticism, History, Theory (British Film Institute, 2010)

Andrew Klevan, 'A Reply to Adrian Martin', Undercurrent, Issue 4, 2008

Stanley Cavell in conversation with Andrew Klevan, ‘What Becomes of Thinking on Film?’ in Rupert Read and Jerry Goodenough (eds), Film as Philosophy (Palgrave, 2005)

Andrew Klevan, ‘Notes on Teaching Film Style’ in Douglas Pye and John Gibbs (eds), Style and Meaning (Manchester University Press, 2005);

Andrew Klevan, ‘Guessing the Unseen from the Seen: Stanley Cavell and Film Interpretation’ in Russell Goodman (ed.), Contending with Stanley Cavell (OUP, 2005); review

Andrew Klevan, ‘The Purpose of Plot and the Place of Joan Bennett in Fritz Lang’s The Woman in the Window’, Cineaction, 62, 2003

Andrew Klevan, ‘The Mysterious Disappearance of Style: Some Critical Notes about the Writing on Dead Ringers’ in Michael Grant (ed.), The Films of David Cronenberg (Flicks Books, 2000); review

Andrew Klevan, ‘The Composition of Charisma: The Lines of Sporting Seduction in Ron Shelton’s Tin Cup’, Journal of Film Studies, Vol.1 No.1 March 1999, 51–62

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