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CINEACTION

- First and last issue: 1985-2016
- Provides "alternatives to what is generally available".
- Published three times a year.
- Editors: Robin Wood (1985-2007), Scott Forsyth, Florence Jacobowitz, Richard Lippe and Susan Morrison..
- Published by CineAction! Collective
- Website: cineaction.ca/

Quarterly
Scholarly Journal
from
Toronto
Canada

Ceased publication
Last updated:
28 June 2017
26 June 2016

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Issue 97
2016



Issue 96
2015



Issue 95
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Issue 94
December 2014

LONG FORM DRAMA

The International Language of Espionage:

Melodrama, The Americans, and the Global Television Imaginary – by Meredith Slifkin

Mad Men, the Historical Novel, and Social Change – by William Bartley

Long Form Televisual Narrative and Operatic Structure in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal – by Maria Ionita

Rehabilitating Imperial Glory: Or Rome Finishes What Gladiator Started – by Malcolm Morton

Working Toward a Television Canon – by Thomas A. Foster

Are Sitcoms the Future of West African Cinema? – by Boukary Sawadogo

Read It Today, See It Tonight: Extratextuality and the Silent Film



Issue 93
2014



Issue 92
December 2013



Issue 91
October/November 2013



Issue 90
2013



Issue 89
December 2012



Issue 88
October/November 2012



Issue 87
May/June/July 2012



Issue 86
December 2011



Issue 85
October/November 2011

85 SLOW FILM, CROWD PLEASERS
SLOW FILM
A Cinema of Recession
Micro-budgeting, Micro-drama, and the "Mumblecore" Movement
by Maria San Filippo
Slow Fuse
The Cinematic Strategies of Tsai Ming-Liang
by Marc Saint-Cyr
The Invisible Catastrophe
Lingering Movement and Duration in Werckmeister Harmonies
by Emre Caglayan
Passing Time
SOPHIA COPPOLA'S SOMEWHERE
by Tomas Hachard
CROWD PLEASERS
Unlikely Heroines?
'Women of a certain age' and romantic comedy
by Deborah Jermyn
Gran Torino
Clint Eastwood as Fallen Saviour
by William Beard
The American Personality Documentary
Fetishization,Nostalgia and the Working Class
by Caitlin Starowicz
Impalement
Race and Gender in Bryan Singer's X-Men
by Heather J.Hicks
A Brief History of Taiwan's Film Industry
by Alice Shih
A Report from the 2011 Berlinale
Governing Relationships
by Alison Frank


Issue 84
July/August/September 2011

Robin Wood: In Celebration
Chabrol
Hawks
Hitchhcock
PLUS: Penn, Romero... and more!


Issue '82/83
February/March/April/May 2011



Issue 81
October/November 2010

War Films: The Hurt Locker; In the Valley of Elah; The Thin Red Line; Female Directors: Nancy Meyers; Vera Chytilova; Japanese Directors and Much More!!!


Issue 80
August/September 2010

Genre and Global Cinema

GENRE
Shocked and Awed?
Hostel and the Spectacle of Self-Mutilation
by Gregory A. Burris
Genre Matters
Film Criticism and the Social Relevance of Genres
by Juan A. Tarancon
Whos Bleeding Whom?
Analyzing the Cultural Flows of Blaxploitation Cinema, Then and Now
By John Semley
Telling the (Wrong) Story
The Disintegration of Transcultural Communication and Narrative in The Fall
by E. Charlotte Stevens
Where Do We Go From Here?
Confronting Contingency with Gerry
by Lee Knuttila
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
White Material
A Film by Claire Denis
by Florence Jacobowitz
European Melodramas
The Refuge and I Am Love
by RICHARD LIPPE
What Does a Woman Want?
Io sono lamore/I Am Love and Cairo Time
by Susan Morrison
A TRIBUTE
Jennifer Jones and Jean Simmons
by RICHARD LIPPE
GLOBAL CINEMA
City Spaces and National Identity
by Katrina Sark
The Language of Emotion in Godard's Films
by Anuja Madan
Neither Hand, Nor Foot, Nor Kidney
Biopower, Body Parts and Human Flows in Stephen Frear's Dirty Pretty Things
by Larissa Lai



Issue 79
Nov./Dec./January 2010

Collaboration & French New Wave: 50 Years
French New Wave: 50 Years by Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe.
Elia Kazan 1909-2009 A Man in Conflict by Richard Lippe
The Second Wave
Collaboration and the Nouvelle Vague by Adam Bingham
Vive l'Amour by Robin Wood.
Contraband: Powell, Pressburger, Veidt, Hobson, Junge and Others
by Tony Williams
Collaborating Agent: Charles Feldman and Clients by Tom Kemper
Body and Soul
John Garfield, Abraham Polonsky and the American Jewish Family
by Stuart Hands
The Biggest Film Biographer in the World
The Films of Ken Russell for the BBC by George Porcari
Cannes Film Festival 2009 by Robert K. Lightning
Trace and Travesty
How The Columbus of Sex Became My Secret Life by Stephen Boomer
Textures of Collaboration
Pop Music Culture and the Experimental Films of Abigail Child and Bill Morrison
by Carolyn Elerding


Issue 78
August/September/October 2009

Coming to terms with the Slumdog Phenomenon
Eli Roth's Hostel & Hostel II
Transsexualism as Cinematic Metaphor
PLUS: Second City, Guy Maddin... and more!


Issue 77
June/July 2009

Documentary & Superheroes
Documentary
Evita in Wonderland Pulqui and the Workshop of Underdevelopment Tomas F. Crowder-Taraborrelli
Sounds like Canada A Reexamination of the Development of Canadian Cinema Verite Michael Longfield
The War on Film Reanimating the Post-9/11 Viewer in The Prisoner, Or: How I Planned To Kill Tony Blair Brian Gibson
The Dialogical Documentary Jennifer Fox on Finding a New Film Language in Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman (2007) Angelica Fenner
Secret Identities The Superhero Simulacrum and the Nation Matt Yockey Superheroes
Convergence Culture and the Caped Crusader Batman and the Environment of New Media Dru H. Jeffries
On the Obama-ization of Will Smith Edward D. Bacal
Lost in Translation On Frank Miller's The Spirit Brian Wilson
"Tone down the Boobs Please" Reading the Special Effect Body in Superhero Movies Sabine LeBel
Of Depth and Surfaces Notes on Watchmen and Other (non)Reflections on Phenomenological Film Experience Kevin Wynter


Issue 76
February/March/April/May 2009

International Cinema
The Skull Beneath the Skin: Patrice Chereau and Son Frere by Robin Wood
National Reconciliation and its Performative Limitations:
John Boorman's In My Country and Fanta Regina Nacro's Night of Truth
by Jeremy Maron
Toronto Workers' Art in Global Hollywood by John McCullough
Kiarostami's Life Lessons or how art flourishes where it would suffer, and struggles
where it should thrive by Dan Jones
Paul Newman IN MEMORIAM
TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL 2008
6 Films by Richard Lippe
Un barrage contre le Pacifique/ The Sea Wall by Florence Jacobowitz
TIFF '08 and Liverpool by Susan Morrison
4 Films by Scott Forsyth
UNDERRATED FILMS
Nicholas Ray's King of Kings by Tony Williams
We the Undead: Nadja by George Porcari
Atrocities at the Door: Peter Brook's Tell Me Lies, Images of Terror and Brechtian Aesthetics by Scott MacKenzie
Deciphering Lust, Caution by Alice Shih
On the Road to Renewed Relevance: Jacques Tati's Trafic by Dan Lalande
The Art of Persuasion Or: Have you seen this man's Films Lately? by Daniel Stefik


Issue 75
August/September/October/November/December 2008

The Art House Fim / Jean-Luc Godard / Federico Fellini / Tsai Ming-Liang
The Bones of Reagan by Darrell Varga
Analogical Thinking Organizational Strategies Within The Works of Jean-Luc Godard by Peter Harcourt
The High Solitude of a Rare Bird by Kohei Usuda
Fellini Goes To The Beach by George Porcari
The Romance of Certain Old Clothes by Adam Bingham
I Don't Want To Sleep Alone by Robin Wood
I Heart Hedwig by Conrad Page
The Voice of Marianne Faithful: On Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette by Kohei Usuda
A Polite Way of Being Desperate: An Interview with Marjane Satrapi by Jon Davies
The Brave One by Carole Zucker
Movements and Rhythms: On Sam Raimi's Spiderman 3 by Kohei Usuda


Issue 73
/74 2008

Mini-Cinema: A Digital Diary for iPod by Catherine Russell
New Media Resistance: Machinima and the Avant-Garde by Elijah Horwatt
The Reality of Dreams: A presentation of L'Ange et la femme (1977) by Peter Harcourt
The Imagined City: Toward a Theory of Urbanity in Canadian Cinema by George Melnyk
Im just a simple filmmaker: An Interview With Michel Brault by Aysegul Koc
From Big Snow to Big Sadness: The Repatriation of Canadian Cultural dentity in the Films of Guy Maddin by John Semley
Being at Home with Roy Dupuis and Pascale Bussires or, Star-Gazing In and Out of Quebec by Peter Dickinson
Michael Haneke: Beyond Compromise by Robin Wood
Voice and Body : Ahead of the Curve and Scouts Are Cancelled by Darrell Varga
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
And Along Come Tourists; The Counterfeiters by Florence Jacobowitz
Les Bons Films: A Girl Cut in Two and Angel by Richard Lippe
Random Thoughts On and Around the Toronto Film Festival by Robin Wood
My Kid Could Paint That by Susan Morrison


Issue 72
2007

'The New Film Studies and the Decline of Critique,' Richard Rushton
'The Horror, Piglet, The Horror: Found Footage, Mashups, The Avant-Garde, and the Strange Case of Apocalypse Pooh,' Scott Mackenzie
'Towards a Theory of Virtual Pornography,' Kevin Wynter
'Saving the Image: Scale and Duration in Contemporary Art Cinema,' Erika Balsom
'Singing Outside the Frame: The Female Voice in Gigi,' Susan Smith
'The Risk of Ambiguity: Reconsidering Zavattini's Film Ethics,' Nicholas Balaisis
'Interview: Joan Chen,' Alice Shih
'Notes on a Radical Tradition: Subversive Ideological Applications in the Hammer Horror Films,' Brian Wilson
'Interview: Charles Mudede,' Allan MacInnis
'Once Upon a Time in America: Sergio Leone and the Construction of Myth,' Peter Babiak
Index of CineAction Issues 56 to 71


Issue 71
May 2007

Sexuality In The Cinema
'The The Silent, Black Centre in the Early Films of Clair Denis,' Katharine Asals
' Fellini's Forgotten Masterpiece: Toby Dammit,' George Porcari
'The Strange Pleasure of The Leopard Man: Gender, Genre, and Authorship in a Val Lewton Thriller,' Scott Preston
'A Tribute to Robin Wood,' Kass Banning, Varda Burstyn, Scott Forsyth, Peter Harcourt, Bruce LaBruce, Bart Testa, Janine Marchessault
Toronto International Film Festival
'Some Tentative Responses to Directors I Value,' Robin Wood
'Master Classes: De Oliveira's Belle Toujours and Von Trotta's I am the Other Woman,' Richard Lippe
'Nue Propriete with Isabelle Huppert,' Florence Jacobowitz
'Golden Door/Nuovomondo,' Susan Morrison
'Cinema,-Cinema' [The 2006 Los Angeles Film Festival, AFI Fest 2006, American Film Market 2006, 55th International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg]. Diane Sippl
'Of Human Bonding: An Interview with Tsai Ming-Liang,' Aysegul Koc
'After This Director's Seventeen Years of Exile: An Interview with Patrick Tam,' Alice Shih
'In Dreams and The Gothic: The Moment of Collapse,' Carole Zucker
'Carolee Schneemann's Fuses as Erotic Self-Portraiture,' Shana MacDonald


Issue 70
December 2006

Theme: Protest and Revolution.
' Protest and Revolution [a note from issue editor Robin Wood],' pages 1 - 2.
Theme: Protest and Revolution.
Note: In a 'calls for submissions' note published on page 1 of issue No. 69, Wood wrote, 'In view of the current world situation it seems important to make an attempt to restore CineACTION to its original Leftist roots, which I feel have been to some degree eaten away by the pervasive discouragement and despair of the past decade.' Wood goes on to announce that he would be writing about Salt of the Earth.However, in his editorial note for this issue, Wood announced that he dropped the essay after discovering James L. Lorence's book on the making of the film. Wood also announces in this issue that he is retiring from the editorial board of CineACTION! but he will continue to write essays 'in my own time and at my own pace.'
# 'The Documentary Films of Citizen Activist Michael Moore: A Man on a Mission, or, How Far a Reinvigorated Populism Ca Take Us,' Garry Watson, pages 3 - 15.
# ' Assessing V for Vendetta,' Tony Williams, pages 16 - 23.
# ' Bearing Witness: The Dardenne Brothers and Michael Haneke's Implication of the Viewer,' Brian Gibson, pages 24 - 38.
# ' Excesses of Millennial Capitalism, Excesses of Violence: Several Critical Fragments Regarding the Cinema of Michael Haneke,' Kevin Wynter, pages 39 - 45.
# 'Le Temps du loup/ Time of the Wolf,' Florence Jacobowiz, pages 46 - 50.
# 'Mourning and Misfortune: 9/11 and the Domestic Terror of Pedophilia,' Dion Tubrett, pages 51 - 58.
# ' Intuitions in Africa: Personal and Political Knowledge in The Constant Gardener,' Edward Gallafent, pages 59 - 65.
# ''What You See is Happening Right Now': Thermageddon and a Search for Tommorow,' Blair Miller, pages 66 - 69.
# 'Good Night, and Good Luck: History Replays Itself,' Richard Lippe, pages 70 - 72.


Issue 69
June 2006

Theme: Films From Around the Globe: Bolivia, Canada, China, Egypt, 60s America, South Africa. 'Films From Around the Globe [a note from issue editor Scott Forsyth],' page 1. [Note: contents page gives mostly wrong page numbers] # 'Images of the Rural: The Cinema of Quebec,' Peter Harcourt, pages 2 - 11. # 'Anxieties of Fundamentalism and the Dynamics of Modernist Resistance: Youssef Chahine's Al Maseer [The Destiny],' Malek Khouri, pages 12 - 23. # 'On William D. MacGillivray,' Robin Wood, pages 24 - 33. # 'The Days of Frozen Dreams: An Interview with Wang Xizoshuai,' Alive Shih, pages 34 - 39. # 'The Brig: The Paradox of Resistance and Recuperation,' Nicola Galombik and Michael Zryd, pages 40 - 49. # 'Sexual Dependency: The Split Image of Globalisation,' Michael Sofair, pages 48 - 55. # Reviews. # 'Bruce McDonald on the West Coast: The Love Crimes of Gillian Guess,' George Melnyk, pages 56 - 58. # 'C.R.A.Z.Y.,' George Melnyk, pages 58 - 60. # 'Reading, Regarding, and Waiting: Three New Documentaries from Nova Scotia,' Darrelll Varga, pages 60 - 63. # 'Some Directions in World Cinema: AFI Fest 2005, 54th International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg, 7th Scandinavian Film Festival L.A.' Diane Sippl, pages 66- 69. # 'Two Films by Amnon Buchbinder: Some Questions About the Future of Canadian Cinema,' Robin Wood, pages 69- 72.


Issue 68
January/February/March 2006

Theme: Natural Born Killers. 'Natural Born Killers [editorial introduction],' Susan Morrison, page 1. # ' Articulating the Violence Debate: True Lies, Natural Born Killers, and the Terms of 'Cultural Contamination', ' Kimberly A. Owczarski, pages 2 - 10. # ' Elephant : The Physics of Violence,' Michael Sofair, pages 11 - 17. # 'Firepower: Herzog's Pure Cinema as the Internal Combustion of War,' Nadia Bozak, pages 18 - 25. # 'The Unattainable Narrative: Identity, Consumerism, and the Slasher Film in Mary Harron'sAmerican Psycho,' David Robinson, pages 26 - 35. # 'Trauma and Violence, Different Sensibilities: Nanni Moretti's The Son's Room and Todd Field's In the Bedroom,' Henry M. Taylor, pages 36 - 44. # 'Violence, Actions, and Words in Million Dollar Baby,' Edward Gallafent, pages 45 - 52. # 'Jia Zhangke: Life and Times Beyond the World,' Alice Shih, pages 53 - 58. Theme: Toronto International Film Festival # ' The Sun,' Adam Nayman, pages 59 - 60. # ' Takeshis',' Andrew Tracy, pages 60 - 62. # ' Cache,' Florence Jacobowitz, pages 62 - 64. # ' Heading South/Vers Le Sud: No Exit,' Richard Lippe, pages 64 - 67. # ' The Brutal Beauty of Labour: Workingman's Death,' Scott Forsyth, pages 67 - 68. # ' Shangai Dreams,' Susan Morrison, pages 69 - 70. # ' Toronto International Film Festival, ' Robin Wood, pages 70 - 71.


Issue 67
2005

Theme: Film on Film. 'Film on Film' [a note from the editors],' Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe, pages 1 - 3. Theme: Editor's Choices. # 'Remembering Memories of Underdevelopment,' Scott Forsyth, pages 2 - 3. # 'Zero de Conduite: Radical Cinema,' Florence Jacobowitz, pages 3 - 5. # 'The Life and Death of Deathwatch and Dying at Grace,' Florence Jacobowitz, page 6. [Left off of the contents page.] # 'In a Glass Cage,' Bruce LaBruce, page 7. # 'Party Girl: Ray and Hollywood,' Richard Lippe, pages 7 - 8. # 'Jia Zhang-ke's The World,' Susan Morrison, pages 9 - 10. # 'Notorious,' Lori Spring, pages 10 - 11. # 'Right Again: A Loving Tribute to Stan, Ollie, and Leo,' Robin Wood, page 11. # 'Cinematic Meaning in the Work of David Lynch: Revisiting Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, Lost Highway, and Mulholland Drive,' Michael Vass, pages 12 - 23. # 'Looking a Lola, Looking at Cinema' Jason Wilcox, pages 24 - 37. # 'Film, Dreams, and Stolen Pocketwatches,' Dr. Ira Nayman, pages 38 - 42. # 'In Memoriam [photo tribute to Marlon Brando],' pages 43. # 'Ceylan and Company: Autobiographical Trajectories of Cinema,' Diane Sippl, pages 44 - 57. # '?nibus 174 [Bus 174]: Intention in the System of Representation,' Hans W. Staats, pages 58 - 62. # 'Centenary,' [photo tributes to Otto Preminger and Greta Garbo], pages 63. # 'Seeing Elephant,' Dion Tubrett, pages 64 - 72.


Issue 66
2005

Theme: Questions of Value. ' Questions of Value ' [a note from the editors],' Robin Wood, page 1. # ' A.I. or The Agony of Steven Spielberg,' William Beard, pages 2 - 11. # 'Metropolis: Rstoration, Re?valuation,' Susan Smith, pages 12 - 23. # 'Pleasures of The Big Sleep,' Nathan Holmes, pages 24 - 28. # 'The Centre Cannot Hold: Betrayals in Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz,' Justin E. A. Busch, pages 29 - 41. # 'This is Not a Game: Alan J. Pakula's Rollover,' Jack Hughes, pages 42 - 49. # ''But It's Good': Finding Value in Twentynine Palms,' Jason Wilcox, pages 50 - 60. # 'From Within: Music in the Style of Jean Renoir,' Alex Clayton, pages 61 - 72.


Issue 65
2004

Theme: Sex, Terror, Madness, Canada ' Sex, Terror, Madness, Canada [editor's note], ' Scott Forsyth, page 1. # ' In the Web of David Cronenberg: Spider and the New Auteurism, ' Reni Celeste, pages 2 - 5. # ' Thoroughly Modern Maddin, ' David Pike, pages 6 - 18. # ' Canadian Social Documentary in the Age of Michael Moore: The Corporation and The Fix, ' Seth Feldman, pages 17 - 19. # ' Gay Guerrilla Filmmaking and Terrorist Chic: Toronto Filmmaker Bruce LaBruce Discusses His Latest Art/Porn Feature, The Raspberry Reich, ' Matthew Hays, pages 20 - 24. # ' Caress, The Decay: Queer Desire in he Nature of Nicholas , ' Andrew Lesk, pages 25 - 29. # ' The Local and the Global Revisited: Un 32 A?ut sur terre, ' Darrell Varga, pages 30 - 36. # ' You Watch To Much TV, Kid: Causalities of Cultural Colonialism, ' Robert L. Cagle, pages 37 - 43. # ' Tedium and Torture: Fight Club, Globalization, and Professionals in Crisis, ' John McCullough, pages 44 - 53. # ' Allegorical Figurations and the Political Didactic in Bulworth, ' Reagan Ross, pages 54 - 63. Toronto International Film Festival # ' Bridges: Notre Musique ' Peter Harcourt, pages 63 - 64. # ' Hou Hsiao-Hsien's Cafe Lumiere ' Florence Jacobowitz, pages 65 - 66. # ' The Ninth Day and Downfall ' Susan Morrison, pages 66 - 67. # ' Living and Looking at Life: Bruce Webber Interviewed ' Richard Lippe, pages 67 - 70. # ' The Toronto Film Festival: Random Thoughts ' Robin Wood, pages 71 - 72.


Issue 64
August 2004

Theme: New Directions? ' New Directions? [editor's note], ' Susan Morrison, page 1. # ' Where Globalization and Localization Meet: Spike Lee's The 25th Hour, ' Patricia O'Neill, pages 2 - 9. # ' The Politics of Hiccups: National Cinema with National Language, ' Aniko Imre, pages 8 - 17. # ' Two Stories, One Right, One Wrong: Narrative, National Identity and Globalization in Sliding Doors, ' David Martin-Jones, pages 18 - 27. # ' The Passion of Global Hollywood: ivansxtc, ' Lisa Kernan, pages 28 - 36. # ' Korean Cinema Now: Balancing Creativity and Commerce in an Emergent National Industry, ' Peter Harry Rist, pages 37 - 45. # ' Striking Home: Trends and Changes in Vietnamese Cinema, ' Kim Worthy, pages 46 - 53. # ' Takashi Miike's Cinema of Outrage, ' Tony Williams, pages 54 - 62. # ' Indigenous Feature Films: A New Hope for National Cinemas?, ' Jenifer L. Gauthier, pages 63 - 71. # Letter from representatives of the Film Studies Association of Canada [on the attacks on Catherine Russell's essay on Ozu], page 72. # Editorial note from Scott Forsyth [on the letter exchanges concerning Catherine Russell's article on Ozu], page 72. # Response from Robin Wood [to Russell's letter in issue No. 63], page 72.


Issue 63
April 2004

Theme: Minnelli and Ozu Centenary ' [editor's note], ' Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe, pages 1 - 2. # ' In Memoriam: Hepburn, Peck, Hepburn, ' unsigned, page 3. # ' Being a Clown: Curious Coupling in The Pirate, ' Douglas Pye, pages 4 - 13. # ' The Cobweb, ' Stella Bruzzi, pages 14 - 21. # ' Home from the Hill: Vincente Minnelli, 1959, ' Michael Walker, pages 22 - 34. # ' Love and the City: An Analysis of Vincente Minnelli's The Clock, ' Stuart Hands, pages 35 - 37. # ' The far Side of Paradise; The Style and Substance of Yolanda and the Thief, ' Alexander Jacoby, pages 38 - 44. # ' The Spaces In-Between: The Cinema of Yasujiro Ozu, ' Adam Bingham, pages 45 - 56. # ' Notes Toward a Reading of Tokyo Twilight [Tokyo boshoku], ' Robin Wood, pages 57 - 58. Toronto Film Festival Reviews 2003 # ' Los Angeles Plays Itself, ' Richard Lippe, pages 59 - 61. # ' Notes on the Toronto Film Festival, ' Robin Wood, pages 62 - 65. # ' Amos Gitai's Alila, ' Florence Jacobowitz, pages 65 - 67. # ' Drifters: Smoking and Moping on the Mainland, ' Susan Morrison, pages 67 - 68. # ' Tabio's So Far Away, ' Scott Forsyth, pages 69 - 70. # ' The Brown Bunny, ' Dion Tubrett, pages 70 - 71. # Letter from Catherine Russell [see previous issue's letter section], page 72. # Letter from Jacob Leigh [correcting errors in his Malick essay], page 72.


Issue 62
October 2003

Theme: Close Readings ' Questions of Value [editor's note], ' Robin Wood, page 1. # ' Unanswered Questions: Vision and Experience in Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line, ' Jacob Leigh, pages 2 - 14. # ' The Purpose of Plot and the Place of Joan Bennett in Fritz Lang's The Woman in the Window, ' Andrew Kleven, pages 15 - 21. # ' The Age of Innocence: Martin Scorsese, 1993, ' Deborah Thomas, pages 22 - 33. # ' Love Hurts: Redemption within the Bowels of Seil contre tous and the Cinema of Aggression, ' Dion Tubrett, pages 34 - 40. # ' In Search of the Code inconnu, ' Robin Wood, pages 41 - 49. # ' Apocalypse Then: Lessons of Darkness Revisited, ' Adam Bingham, pages 50 - 53. # ' Vive le Cinema: A Reading of What Time is it There?, ' Aysegul Koc, pages 54 - 57. # ' ... Simply Because You're Near Me: Love, Chungking Expresss and In the Mood for Love, ' Blair Miller, pages 58 - 66. # ' Music and Modernity in A Brighter Summer Day, ' Saul Austerlitz, pages 67 - 70. # Letter from Alexander Jacoby [on Catherine Russell's article on Ozu], page 72. # Response from Robin Wood, page 72.


Issue 61
February 2003

Theme: New Canadian Cinema ' New Canadian Cinema [editor's note], ' Scott Forsyth, page 1. # ' Wotcha Lookin' at, Anyway? An Examination of Point-of -View in Denys Arcand's Stardom, ' Peter Harcourt, pages 2 - 9. # ' Quebec's Next Generation: From Lauzon to Turpin, ' George Melnyk, pages 10 - 17. # ' Blood in the Maple Syrup: Canon, Popular Culture, and the Canuxploitation of Julian Roffman, ' Aaron Taylor, pages 18 - 28. # ' Charting the Course of the Pacific New Wave, ' Diane Burgess, pages 29 - 33. # ' Interview with R. Bruce Elder, ' Aysegul Koc, pages 34 - 39. # ' Beyond the Homeland: A Comparative Introduction to Latino Film in Canada and the US, ' Elena Feder, pages 40 - 51. # ' Seeing and Being Seen in Media Culture: Shelley Niro's Honey Moccasin, ' Darrell Varga, pages 52 - 57. # ' Border Crossings: Representations of North American Culture in Bruce McDonald's Highway 61, ' Rochelle Simmons, pages 58 - 61. Toronto Film Festival Reviews 2002 # ' The Consequences of Seduction: Adolph, ' Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe, pages 62 - 64. # ' The Intended, ' Robin Wood, pages 64 - 65. # ' Unknown Pleasures, ', Shelly Kraicer, pages 65 - 66. # ' Making and Remaking Class in Ken Loach's Recent Films, ' Scott Forsyth, pages 66 - 67. # ' Fruit Chan's 'Excremental Vision': Public Toilet, ' Susan Morrison, pages 67 - 68. International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg # ' When Fiction Turns Real: Suspending Disbelief, ' Diane Sippl, pages 68 - 70. # ' Book Review: Alan King, Filmmaker, ' Janice Kaye, pages 71.


Issue 60
2003



Issue 59
September 2002

Theme: Max Ophus Centenary ' Max Ophus Centenary [editor's note], ' Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe, pages 1 - 2. # ' In Memory: Billy Wilder, Jack Lemmon, ' author, page 3. # ' Circles of Delight and Despair: The Cinema of max Ophuls, ' Peter Harcourt, pages 4 - 13. # ' Plunging Off the Deep End into the Reckless Moment, ' Robin Wood, pages 14 - 19. # ' Falling Women and Fallible Narrators, ' Douglas Pye, pages 20 - 29. # ' Werther (Max Ophuls, 1938), ' Michael Walker, pages 30 - 39. # ' Yoshiwara: Max Ophuls in the Empire of Passion, ' Alexander Jacoby, pages 40 - 44. # ' Captivated by Garbo: Max Ophuls's Roman Interlude with The Duchess of Langeais, ' Lutz Bacher, pages 45 - 53. # ' 'Do I Disgust You?': Or, Tirez pas sur La Pianiste, ' Robin Wood, pages 54 - 61. # ' Icons and Subversion in the Westerns of Clint Eastwood, ' Peter E. S. Babiak, pages 62 - 68. # ' Book Review: Fred and Ginger: A Vision of Emersonian Hollywood? [review of Astaire and Rogers by Edward Gallafent], ' Jeffrey Crouse, pages 69 - 70. # Letter from Michael McKegney [on teen films], pages 71. # Response by Robin Wood, page 71.


Issue 58
June 2002

Theme: World Cinema Since 1990 ' Editorial [editor's note], ' Robin Wood, page 1. # ' Party Time, or Can't Hardly Wait for that American Pie: Hollywood High School Movies of the 90s, ' Robin Wood, pages 2 - 10. # ' Time and Point of View in Contemporary Cinema, ' Temenuga Trifonova, pages 11 - 31. # ' Are You With Me? Unemployed Negativity in Mike Leigh's Naked, ' Garry Watson, pages 32 - 45. # ' The Import / Export Business: The Road to Abbas Kirostami's Taste of Cherry, ' Devin Orgeron, pages 46 - 51. # ' The Most Dangerous Game: Failed Male Friendship in Brian De Palma's Snake Eyes, ' author, pages 52 - 57. # ' Floating Desire, Floating Souls: Modern Cultural Landscape in Tsai Ming-Liang's Taipei Trilogy, ' I-Fen Wu, pages 58 - 64. # ' Chop Suey: Photographs to Remember You By, ' Richard Lippe, pages 65 - 67. # ' Beautiful People: In Praise of the Liberal State, ' Robert Lightning, pages 68 - 72. # Letter from Keith Withall [on Kippur], page 72. # Response by Florence Jocobowitz, page 72.


Issue 57
March 2002

Theme: Canadian Film ' Canadian Films and More [editor's note], ' unsigned, page 1. # ' Canadian Cinema in the Age of Globalization, ' David L. Pike, pages 2 - 10. # ' STET, ' Mike Cartmell, pages 11 - 15. # ' Toward the Quebec Auteur: From Perault to Arcand, ' Georege Melnyk, pages 16 - 29. # ' The Party's Over: Rollercoaster, ' Robin Wood, pages 30 - 34. # ' 'In the Sun It All Looks Nice': A Note on Paul Almond's Isabel, ' Tony French, pages 35 - 41. # ' Persistence of Vision: The Wonderful World of John Paizs, ' Robert L. Cagle, pages 42 - 49. # ' The New Face of British Heritage, ' Deborah Tudor, pages 50 - 57. # ' Distance: Hirokazu Kore-eda, ' Susan Morrison, pages 58 - 59. # ' The Intimate Screen: Dogme and Beyond, ' Diane Sippl, pages 60 - 68. # ' Book Review: Cinema's Recounting of the Ordinary [Andrew Kleven's 0Disclosure of the Everyday], ' Jeffrey Crouse, pages 69 - 71.

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