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Issue Contents

Reframing Cinema Histories
Editorial
by Pierluigi Ercole and Gwenda Young (Issue Editors)

Articles

"A Taste in Pictures": The Second Birth of Cinema in Cork
by Denis Condon

Understanding Dutch Film Culture: A Comparative Approach
by Judith Thissen

"The Greatest Film of the Fascist Era": The Distribution of Camicia nera in Britain
by Pierluigi Ercole

Exploring Racial Politics, Personal History and Critical Reception: Clarence Brown's Intruder in the Dust (1949)
by Gwenda Young

An Advertiser's Dream: The Construction of the "Consumptionist" Cinematic Persona of Mercedes Gleitze
by Ciara Chambers

The Politics of Independence: The China Syndrome (1979), Hollywood Liberals and Antinuclear Campaigning
by Peter Krämer

What is the Value of a Technological History of Cinema?
by Lee Grieveson



 

A Book on the Making of Lonesome Dove, by John Spong (2012)
Reviewer: Matthew Carter

Ex-Cinema: From a Theory of Experimental Film and Video, by Akira Mizuta Lippit (2012)
Reviewer: Niall Flynn

Men and Masculinities in Irish Cinema, by Debbie Ging (2013)
Reviewer: Barry Monahan

 

Book Reviews Editor: Ian Murphy


 

World Cinema On-Demand: Film Distribution and Education in the Streaming Media Era
Queen's University Belfast, 1516 June 2012; 26 June 2013; 19 September 2013
Reporter: Alexandra Kapka

Revisiting Star Studies
Culture Lab, Newcastle University, 1214 June 2013
Reporter: Jennifer O'Meara

A Star is Born: Cinematic Reflections on Stardom and the "Stardom Film"
King's College London, 13 September 2013
Reporter: Shelagh M. Rowan-Legg

 

Reports Editor: Yuanyuan Chen




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