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    CINEACTION
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    Scholarly Journal from Toronto, Canada published by CineAction! Collective,


    - First issue: 1985
    - 88 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - 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..
    - Website: cineaction.ca/

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    Issue #23
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    Winter 1990
    Theme: Documentary: Theory and Politics ' Documentary: Theory, Practice and ... Watching the Gulf War [editor's note], ' Kass Banning and Scott Forsyth, pages 2 - 3. # ' A Cinema of Duty: The Films of Jennifer Hodge de Silva, ' Cameron Bailey, pages 4 - 12. # ' Embodied Knowledge and the Politics of Power, ' Bill Nichols, pages 14 - 21. # ' Proudly She Marches: Wartime Propaganda an the Lesbian Spectator, ' Marilyn Burgess, pages 22 - 28. # ' Words of Command: Notes on Cultural and Political Inflections of Direct Cinema in Indian Independent Documentary, ' Tom Waugh, pages 28 - 39. # ' The Bourgeoisie is Not My Audience: An Interview with John Greyson, ' Peter Steven, pages 40 - 45. # ' Windows Without Glass: Reflections on the Documentary Genre, ' Ron Burnett, pages 46 - 53. # ' Documentary and Figuration, ' John McCullough, pages 54 - 59. # ' Radicalism and Popular Cinema: The Films of Oliver Stone, ' Robin Wood, pages 60 - 69. Toronto Film Festival Reviews 1991 # ' Writing Feminist Histories: The Burning Times and The Company of Strangers, ' Janine Marchessault, pages 70 - 72. # ' Bethune: The Making of a Hero, ' Kass Banning, pages 73 - 74. # ' My Husband Tried to Kill Me ... : Reversal of Fortune, ' Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe, pages 76 - 78. # ' Weininger Nacht [Weininger's Last Night], ' Susan Morrison, pages 79 - 80.
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    Issue #21
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    22 Fall 1990
    Theme: Rethinking Authorship ' Rethinking Authorship [editor's note], ' Florence Jacobowitz and Richard Lippe, pages 1 - 2. # ' Creativity and Evaluation: Two Film Noirs of the 50s, ' Robin Wood, pages 4 - 20 [The Big Heat, Kiss Me Deadly]. # ' Authorship and Cukor: A Reappraisal, ' Richard Lippe, pages 21 - 34. # ' What Does a Man Know About Mother Love?: Blonde Venus, ' Florence Jacobowitz, pages 35 - 45. # ' Authorship Revisited, ' Robin Wood, pages 46 - 56. # ' Film Authorship: The Premature Burial, ' V. F. Perkins, pages 57 - 64. # ' Terence Davies Interview, ' Tony Williams, pages 65 - 69. # ' You Could Look it Up: Notes Towards a Reading of Baseball, History, and Ideology in the Dominant Cinema, ' Viveca Gretton, pages 70 - 75. # ' Genre and Authorship: Two Films of Arthur Penn, ' Peter C. Knowles, pages 76 - 83. # ' Laugher, Redemption, Subversion in Eight Films by Leo McCarey, ' Margaret Smith, pages 84 - 90. # ' Fuck Sal's Pizza: Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing as Product of the Hip Hop Movement, ' James A. Hurst, pages 91 - 98.
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    Issue #19
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    20 Spring 1990
    Theme: Critical Issues ' Critical Issues [editor's note], ' Richard Lippe and Susan Morrison, pages 1 - 2. # ' Critical Realism: Subversive Commercial Art, ' Florence Jacobowitz, pages 3 - 10. # ' Consuming Culture: The Development of a Theoretical Orthodoxy, ' Andrew Britton, pages 11 - 19. # ' Right Wing Chic: Adam Parfrey and R. Kern Fingered!!, ' Bryan Bruce, pages 20 - 27. # ' Holy Men in the Wilderness: The Mission and Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons, ' Deborah Root, pages 28 - 32. # ' The Last Temptation of Christ: A Fragmented Oedipal Trajectory, ' Tony Williams, pages 33 - 42. # ' The Celluloid Contradiction: Am Other Look at Parting Glances, ' John Champagne, pages 43 - 51. # ' Fugitive Details: Readings of Image and Content in Two Films by Max Ophuls, Madam de ... and Lola Montes, ' Susan Lord, pages 52 - 61. # ' Cracks in the King's Armour Stephen King, Stanley Kubrick, and The Shining, ' Viveca Gertton, pages 62 - 73. # ' Pedagogy in the Perverse Text, ' Viveca Gretton, pages 74 - 83. # ' Theory vs Experience: Alice Miller and the Status of Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theory, ' Robin Wood, pages 84 - 102. # Letter: from Geraldine M. Murphy, page 103.
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