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Dear Colleagues

find below the contents of the New Review of Film and Television 
Studies, volume 7, number 4 (December 2009).

Yours sincerely

Warren Buckland
Editor, New Review of Film and Television Studies

Paul McDonald
Miramax, Life is Beautiful, and the Indiewoodization of the 
foreign-language film market in the US

William McClain
Film-fiction: Fan magazines, narrative, and spectatorship in American 
cinema of the 1910s

Barry Salt
The Shape of 1959

Martha P. Nochimson
Passion for Documentation: An Interview With Jia Zhangke

Glen Creeber
‘The Truth is Out There! Not!’: Shameless and the moral structures of 
contemporary social realism

Cathy Johnson
Trading Auntie: the exploitation and protection of intellectual property 
rights during the BBC’s monopoly years

Book reviews
Brian Bergen-Aurand

William Brown
Review of Daniel Shaw, Film and Philosophy: Taking Movies Seriously

Alberto Mira
A Review of: Bernard P.E. Bentley, A Companion to Spanish Cinema

The New Review of Film and Television Studies promotes current research 
in the humanities that makes a central contribution to film and 
television studies. The journal publishes research dedicated to clearly 
formulated, reliable methods of analysis, well posed questions examining 
resolvable problems, and focused deliberation on those problems. Essays 
on film theory (of all varieties), film narratology, and contemporary 
filmmaking practices are particularly welcome. The journal is driven by 
the belief that intellectually rigorous research in the humanities is 
both possible and necessary. In-depth stand-alone essays or extracts 
from major research projects in progress are particularly welcome.

Please note: the journal does not accept papers written from a social 
science perspective.

Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite