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"The China Film" Madame Chiang Kai-shek in Hollywood -  Jane Park

Tokens of Exchange, or The Cook, The Thief, The Wife and the Lover: Marginal Asian characters  - Olivia Khoo

"Working within the system.  An Interview with Gerry O'Hara." - Wheeler Winston Dixon

Two Channels,Two Truths:  Reporting the Iraq war in Control Room -  Ursula Boser

'Give it a go, you apes': Relations between the Sydney and Melbourne Film festivals, and the early Australian Film Industry (1954- 1970) - Cathy Hope and Adam Dickerson


Introduction to Reprints of Two essays on Blake Edwards - Peter Lehman and William Luhr

Detecting, Defecting and Whistling in the Dark:  The Films of Blake Edwards -  Peter Lehman and William Luhr

"Crazy world full of crazy contradictions", Blake Edwards' Victor/Victoria - Peter Lehman and William Luhr

"On Blake Edwards" - Myron Meisel

The Bitter Essence of Blake Edwards - Andrew Sarris

Sophisticated Naturalism - Jean-Francois Hauduroy

Blake Edwards, Switch and the Price of a New Man - Adrian Martin

Topping the Topper: Blake Edwards - Raffaele Caputo

Strange Bodies: On The Great Race - Serge Daney

The Party - Charles Barr

You Can't Keep a Good Auteur Down/Cruel to be Kind - Dave Kehr

The Party - Kimberly Limbergs

Classics and Re-Runs

China "New Women's Cinema" - Chris Berry


Ford at Fox Part 3B - Bill Routt

Films by Gordon Bail (dvd review) - Wheeler Winston Dixon

Alexia Kannas reviews Maitland McDonagh's Broken Mirrors/Broken Minds: The Dark Dreams of Dario Argento

Anthony McKenna reviews Mark Vieira's Irving Thalberg: Boy Wonder to Producer Prince

Belinda Smaill reviews Homay King's Lost in Translation, Orientalism, Cinema and the Enigmatic Signifier

Craig Frost reviews James Kendrick's Film Violence: History, Ideology, Genre

Jan-Christopher Horak reviews William M. Drew's The Last Silent Picture Show: Silent Films on American Screens in the 1930s.

Emily Ashman reviews Darcy Parquet's New Korean Cinema: Breaking the Waves
James Lyons reviews Tom Kemper's Hidden Talent: The Emergence of Hollywood Agents

Kevin Flanagan reviews Laurel Forster & Sue Harper (eds.) British Culture and Society in the 1970s

Lan Xuan Le reviews Mark Auge's Casablanca: Movies and Memory

Michael Fleming reviews Jefferson Hunter's English Filming, English Writing

Sue Turnbull reviews Kathleen Batties' Calling all Cars: Radio Dragnets and the Technology of Policing

Tony Fonseca reviews James M. Welsh, Gene D. Phillps & Rodney F. Hill (ed.) The Francis Ford Coppola Encyclopedia

Tyson Namow reviews Bela Balazs: Early Film Theory - Visible Man and The Spirit of Film

Wheeler Winston Dixon reviews Patrice Petro (ed.) Idols of Modernity: Movie stars of the 1920s

Gabrielle Murray reviews Tina Kaufman's Wake in Fright

Tony Williams reviews Mark Bould, Kathrina Glitre & Greg Tuck (eds.) Neo-Noir

Kathleen Loock reviews Carolyn Jess-Cook and Con Verevis' Second Takes: Critical Approaches to the Film Sequel

Josh Nelson reviews Brian Price and John David Rhodes (eds) On Michael Haneke

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