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"HANN, Linda" <[log in to unmask]>
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Screen Volume 57, Number 3 – Table of Contents
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Revisiting the apparatus: the theatre chair and cinematic spectatorship
By Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece

Silent cinema: material histories and the digital present
By Paul Cuff

Modernity management: 1920s cinema, mass culture and the film serial
By Ilka Brasch and Ruth Mayer

Chez nous on the range: language, genre and the vernacular French Western (1956–61)
Timothy Scheie

Rising flags, falling soldiers: film, icons and political violence
Jeremy Hicks, Libby Saxton, and Guy Westwell
‘Flag-raising on Iwo Jima’ (1945) and the Hollywood war film
Guy Westwell
‘The Falling Soldier’ and film
Libby Saxton
Appropriating the presence of history: raising the Victory Banner over the Reichstag
Jeremy Hicks

Film studies before film studies: Derek Jarman at the Slade
Henry K. Miller

Katherine Spring, Saying it with Songs: Popular Music and the Coming of Sound to Hollywood Cinema.
Michael Slowik, After the Silents: Hollywood Film Music in the Early Sound Era, 1926–1934.
John Izod

David Martin-Jones, Deleuze and World Cinemas.
David Deamer, Deleuze, Japanese Cinema and the Atom Bomb: The Spectre of Impossibility.
Tiago de luca

Kristen Whissel, Spectacular Digital Effects: CGI and Contemporary Cinema.
Nick Jones

Miriam Ross, 3D Cinema: Optical Illusions and Tactile Experiences.
Jesko Jockenhövel

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