Issue Contents

Screening Race: Constructions and Reconstructions in Twenty-first Century Media
Editorial
by Loretta Goff and Caroline V. Schroeter, University College Cork (Issue Editors)

01 Riot and Revenge: Symmetry and the Cronulla Riot in Abe Forsythe’s Down Under

by Kenta McGrath, Curtin University

02 “Racism’s part of my culture”: Nation, Race and Humour in Irish Jam (2006) and The Guard (2011)

by Loretta Goff, University College Cork

03 Representing Ethnicity in Cinema during Turkey’s Kurdish Initiative: A Critical Analysis of My Marlon and Brando (Karabey, 2008), The Storm (Öz, 2008) and Future Lasts Forever (Alper, 2011)
by Zeynep Koçer and Mustafa Orhan Göztepe, Istanbul Kültür University

04 The Fight for Self-representation: Ainu Imaginary, Ethnicity and Assimilation

by Marcos P. Centeno Martín, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

05 Multicultural Glasgow: Imagining Scotland as a Space of Cultural Intersection in Scots-Asian Films of the 2000s

by Emily Torricelli, Independent Scholar

06 Depicting the Racist Past in a “Postracial” Age: The White, Male Protagonist in Hell on Wheels and The Knick
by Michael L. Wayne, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

07 How to Get Away with Colour: Colour-Blindness and the Myth of a Postracial America in American Television Series
by Emiel Martens and Débora Póvoa, Erasmus University Rotterdam

08 Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation: Classical Hollywood Cinema or Independent Rebellion?
by Caroline V. Schroeter, University College Cork

 


 

The Grace of Destruction: A Vital Ethology of Extreme Cinemas, by Elena del Río, and Bodies in Pain: Emotion and the Cinema of Darren Aronofsky, by Tarja Laine
Reviewer: Jenny Gunn, Georgia State University

Lars von Trier’s Women, edited by Rex Butler and David Denny
Reviewer: Silvia Angeli, University of Westminster

Screenwriting Is Rewriting: The Art and Craft of Professional Revision, by Jack Epps, Jr.
Reviewer: Göksu Akkan, Ramon Llull University – Blanquerna

Animated Landscapes: History, Form and Function, edited by Chris Pallant
Reviewer: Yuanyuan Chen, Ulster University


Book Reviews Editor: Humberto Saldanha


 

Consuming Heritage
University of Leeds, 30 September 2016

Reporter: Daniel Clarke, University of Sheffield

Sheffield Doc/Fest
9–14 June 2017

Reporter: James Mulvey, University College Cork

Retrospective 2017: Future Imperfect. Science · Fiction · Film
67th Berlin International Film Festival

Reporter: Dominic Topp, University of Kent

Reports Editor: James Mulvey


 

 


 

 


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