Issue 11: Cinema Heritage in Europe Pierluigi Ercole, Daniela Treveri Gennari, Silvia Dibeltulo, and Lies Van de Vijver
New Cinema History and the Comparative Mode Daniel Biltereyst and Philippe Meers
Cinema Parisien 3D Julia Noordegraaf, Loes Opgenhaffen, and Norbert Bakker
Ethnography as a Tool of Cinema History Jean-Marc Leveratto and Fabrice Montebello

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Cinema Heritage in Europe
by Pierluigi Ercole, De Montfort University; Daniela Treveri Gennari, Oxford Brookes University; Silvia Dibeltulo, Oxford Brookes University; and Lies Van de Vijver, Ghent University (Issue Editors)

01 New Cinema History and the Comparative Mode: Reflections on Comparing Historical Cinema Cultures

by Daniel Biltereyst, Ghent University, and Philippe Meers, University of Antwerp

02 Cinemagoing as Spatially Contextualised Cultural and Social Practice

by Elisa Ravazzoli, Institute for Regional Development and Location Management, EURAC Research

03 Cinema Parisien 3D: 3D Visualisation as a Tool for the History of Cinemagoing
by Julia Noordegraaf, Loes Opgenhaffen, and Norbert Bakker, University of Amsterdam

04 Ethnography as a Tool of Cinema History: Cinemagoing in Light of the Experience of a Local Film Market

by Jean-Marc Leveratto and Fabrice Montebello, Laboratoire Lorrain de Sciences Sociales, Université de Lorraine

05 Narrative Modes of Cinemagoing Memories

by Susanne Haake, University of Education Weingarten

06 Visualising Data in Digital Cinema Studies: More than Just Going through the Motions?
by Deb Verhoeven, Deakin University



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Reviewer: Shannon Scott, University of St. Thomas

The History of British Literature on Film, 1895–2015, by Greg M. Colón Semenza and Bob Hasenfratz (2015)
Reviewer: Kevin M. Flanagan, University of Pittsburgh

Swashbucklers: The Costume Adventure Series, by James Chapman (2015)
Reviewer: Lucinda Pope, University of Reading

The Three Amigos: The Transnational Filmmaking of Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro González Iñárritu and Alfonso Cuarón, by Deborah Shaw (2013)
Reviewer: Elliot Hardman, Liverpool Hope University

Laurent Cantet, by Martin O’Shaughnessy (2015)
Reviewer: Ally Lee, University of Warwick

Book Reviews Editor: Marian Hurley


45th International Film Festival Rotterdam
27 January–7 February 2016

Reporter: Emre Çağlayan, University of Brighton and University for the Creative Arts

12th Irish Screen Studies Seminar
Dublin City University, 11 May 2016

Reporter: Loretta Goff, University College Cork

Reports Editor: Loretta Goff





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