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Dear colleagues, (sorry for the cross listing)

On behalf of the staff of Mediascape, I am happy to announce the  
publication of our Spring 2006 issue. This is the Journal of the  
Critical Studies Program at the UCLA School of Film, Television and  
Digital Media.  We hope you will take a look at it, enjoy it, and  
tell us what you think.

http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/index.htm


Features:

"This is our Holocaust": Deepa Mehtaís Earth and the Question of  
Partition Trauma
         by Dorothy Barenscott

Eija-Liisa Ahtila's Affective Images in The House
        by Tarja Laine

Storied Stores: Visual Culture and a People's History of the Archive
        by Zoe Trodd


Reviews:

Women's History Trilogy (Kim Soyoung, 2000-2004)
       by Serena Formica

Closed Borders and Open Secrets: Regional Lockout, the Film Industry,  
and Code-Free DVD Players:  A review of multi-region accessibility on  
the Philips 642 DVD player
       by Brian Hu

Fostering International Cinema: The Rotterdam Film Festival,  
CineMart, and the Hubert Bals Fund
       by Daniel Steinhart



Jonathan Cohn
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