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Screening the Past issue 34 is now online

 Untimely Cinema: Cinema Out of Time<>

Untimely Cinema: Cinema Out of Time<> by Jodi Brooks & Therese Davis
Syrian Cinema:Out of Time?<> by Kay Dickinson
The Restoration of The Exiles: The Untimeliness of Archival Cinema<> by Catherine Russell
A Skeleton Key to Histoire(s) du cinéma<> by Adrian Martin
Suspended Reading: Man on Wire, 9/11, and the Logic of the High-Wire<> by Adam Ross Rosenthal
Kim Ki-duk’s Aporia: The Face and Hospitality (on 3-Iron)<> by Steve Choe
Re-staging the Cinema: Psycho, Film Spectatorship and the Redundant New Remake<> by Megan Carrigy
Parentheses in Time: L’Année Dernière à Marienbad (1961) as Amorous Event<> by Alex Ling
Missed Beats: Unseen Cinema and a Cinema of the Unseen (or Stella Dallas, Again)<> by Jodi Brooks
Cinema Against the Age: Feminism and Contemporary Documentary<> by Belinda Smaill
Untimely Animations: Waltz with Bashir and the Incorporation of Historical Difference<> by Paul Atkinson and Simon Cooper

First Release<>

Ten Fingers and Nine Toes: Embodied Representations of Pregnancy in Avant-Garde Cinema<> by Lauren Bliss
Mapping the Cinematic Journey of Alexander Pearce, Cannibal Convict<> by Jane Stadler
I racconti di Canterbury (Pier Paolo Pasolini)/The Canterbury Tales (Geoffrey Chaucer)<> by Sam Rohdie
The Great Uncredited: Sir Walter Scott and Cinema<> by Tim Dolin
The Jazz Singer: Accounting for Female Agency and Reconsidering Scholarship<> by Karen Vered
Encountering Elusive Cinema: Tati, Straub-Huillet and Antonioni<> by Edgar Jorge

Classics and Re-runs<>
Directing the Avant-Garde: Raymond Durgnat interviews Stephen Dwoskin (1984)<> by Raymond Durgnat
Ford At Fox<> by Bill Routt
To Wax Zizekian: On Un-American Psycho: Brian De Palma and the Political Invisible<> by Adrian Martin
Humphrey Jennings and British Documentary Film: A Re-Assessment<> by Patricia Aufderheide
The Shadowcatchers: a history of cinematography in Australia<> by Ina Bertrand
Post – 9/11 Cinema: Through a Lens Darkly<> by Rod Bishop
Optic Antics: The Cinema of Ken Jacobs<> by Dirk de Bruyn
Deleuze and World Cinemas<> by Daniel Fairfax
Celluloid Immigrant: Italian Australian Filmmaker Giorgio Mangiamele<> by Geoff Gardner
Deleuze and Cinema: The Film Concepts<> by Gabrielle Lowe
World Film Locations: Paris<> by Sarinah Masukor
The Oriental Obscene: Violence and Racial Fantasies in the Vietnam Era<> by Josh Nelson
China on Video: Smaller-screen realities<> by Tom Salek
Terrence Malick and the Thought of Film<> by Robert Sinnerbrink
World Film Locations: Los Angeles & World Film Locations: London<> by Lynn Smailes
Virtual Hallyu: Korean Cinema of the Global Era<> by Mike Walsh
The Anatomy of Harpo Marx<> by Wheeler Winston Dixon

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