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The following book and film reviews and conference reports can be accessed
via the link to the Institute of Film Studies at the bottom of this email

Book Reviews

Section Editor: Lincoln Geraghty

Cinema of Outsiders: The Rise of American Independent Film, By Emanuel Levy,
A Review by Christine Becker.

A Companion to Film Theory, Edited by Toby Miller & Robert Stam, Film
Theory: An Introduction, By Robert Stam, and Film and Theory: An Anthology,
Edited by Robert Stam & Toby Miller, A Review by Ernest Mathijs

Contemporary Korean Cinema: Identity, Culture, Politics, By Hyangjin Lee, A
Review by Frances Gateward

Countervisions: Asian American Film Criticism, Edited by Darrell Y. Hamamoto
and Sandra Liu, A Review by Chi-Yun Shin

Enjoy Your Symptom!: Jacques Lacan In Hollywood and Out (Revised Edition),
By Slavoj Zizek, A Review by Chris Dumas

Postmodern Journeys: Film and Culture 1996-1998, By Joseph Natoli, A Review
by Kelly A. Ritter

Spanish Cinema. The Auterist Tradition, Edited by Peter William Evans, A
Review by Antonio Lázaro Reboll

Tenebre/Tenebrae, By Xavier Mendik, A Review by Leon Hunt

Thrillers, By Martin Rubin, A Review by Ronald W. Wilson

The Travelling Cinematograph Show, By Kevin Scrivens and Stephen Smith, A
Review by Ronald W. Wilson


Film Reviews

Section Editor: Karen McNally

About a Boy, A Review by Juliette Wells

Asoka, A Review by Debanjan Chakrabarti

The Butcher Boy, A Review by Shirley Peterson

East is East and My Son the Fanatic, A Review Essay by Chi-Yun Shin

Josie and the Pussycats, A Review by Elizabeth Hale

Lara Croft Tomb Raider, A Review by Rayna Denison

The Man Who Wasn't There, A Review by Sabine Hikel and Andrew McAllister

Metropolis, A Review by Maria Ionita

Ocean's Eleven (1960) and Ocean's Eleven (2001), A Review Essay by Karen

Panic Room, A Review by Jon Wisbey

Pitch Black, A Review by David Greven

The Royal Tenenbaums, A Review by Gordon Reavley

Taxi Driver, A Review by Steve Shoemaker

Waking Life, A Review by Jamie Sexton

Werckmeister Harmonies, A Review by Zoran Samardzija


Conference Reports

Section Editor: Rayna Denison

High Theory: Figuring Addictions/Rethinking Consumption conference, 4-5
April, 2002, Institute for Cultural Research, Lancaster University, A Report
by Bruce Bennett

Hot and Cold: Film and Television Studies at the PCA/ACA in Toronto, 32nd
Popular Culture Association and 24th American Culture Association Annual
Conference, March 13-16, 2002, The Toronto Sheraton Centre Hotel, Toronto,
Canada, A Report by Dr. Dennis Cutchins

Places and Spaces in Women's Cultural Studies, The Women's Studies
Symposium: University of Memphis, October, 2001, A Report by Sharon Monteith


Dr Mark Jancovich
Professor and Director
Institute of Film Studies
School of American and Canadian Studies
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD
United Kingdom
Tel: 0115 951 4250
Fax: 0115 951 4270
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