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_Screening the past_ Issue 14 on line.

The latest issue of _Screening the past_ is on line and can be accessed at:

While this issue does not have a theme a number of articles in the issue
deal with questions of documentary or of archives.

First release:

Michael Mann's cinema of images by Anna Dzenis.

A case of mistaken identity: governance, guardianship and the screensound
saga by Ray Edmondson.

Seven theses about border genres / five modest proposals about docudrama by
Derek Paget. The article by Derek Paget is something of an experiment: the
article is a work in progress to which readers are invited to contribute.
The article is presented as a number of theses, with commentaries to which
readers are invited to respond. Responses will be moderated and then added
to the site so that over a period of time we hope to generate a dialogue
with readers interested in questions of documentary. Be sure to come back
from time to time to see how this dialogue is progressing.

Archival poetics by Nana Verhoeff.


Stars and Audiences in Early American Cinema by Lee Grieveson.

Editor's notes for the issue contain links to the Film and Hsitory
Conference in Adelaide in November 2002, Visible Evidence in Marseille in
December 2002 and the Australian International Documentary Conference in
February 2003.


Mervyn F. Bendle, reviews J.P. Telotte, Science fiction film.

Ina Bertrand, reviews Jane Mills, The money shot: cinema, sin and

Thomas Caldwell, reviews William Beard, The artist as monster: the cinema of
David Cronenberg.

Colin Crisp, reviews David Henry Slavin, Colonial cinema and imperial
France: white blind spots, male fantasies, settler myths.

Mary DeBrett reviews B. J. Bullert , Public television: politics and the
battle over documentary film.

John Foot, reviews Marcia Landy, Italian film.

D.B. Jones, reviews Robert Warshow, The immediate experience.

D.B. Jones, reviews Edward Buscombe, The searchers.

Olivia Khoo, reviews David Hanan <ed>, Film in south east asia: views from
the region.

Adam Knee, reviews Larry May, The big tomorrow: Hollywood and the politics
of the American way.

Mike Leggett, reviews Malcolm Le Grice, Experimental cinema in the digital

Harriet Margolis, reviews Robert M. Entman & Andrew Rojecki, The black image
in the white mind: media and race in America.

Fran Martin, reviews Hamid Naficy, An accented cinema: exilic and diasporic

Geoff Mayer, reviews Chris Fujiwara, Jacques Tourneur. the cinema of

Brian McFarlane, reviews Andrew Higson, Young and innocent? The cinema in
Britain 1896-1930.

Jaime S. Ong, reviews Paula Marantz Cohen, Silent film and the triumph of
the American myth.

Violetta Petrova, reviews Dina Iordanova, Cinema of flames: Balkan film,
culture and the media.

John Potts, reviews Douglas Kahn, Noise, water, meat: a history of sound in
the arts.

Brian Yecies reviews James Lastra, Sound technology and the American cinema.

Brian Yecies, review, Hurray for Pusan and the Korean New Wave! Asian Cinema
Odyssey at the 6th Pusan International Film Festival.

Stephen Zagala reviews John Rajchman, The Deleuze connection.

All the best,

(Dr) Peter Hughes  Postgraduate Co-ordinator, Media Studies Program, La
Trobe University,  Bundoora, VIC 3086, Australia.
ph: +61 3 9479 3065 (w),  fax: +61 3 9479 3638 (w)

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