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Dear Friends, 

Issue 22 of Screening The Past is now online at

Tenth Anniversary
Memoirs from founders
    €     Ina Bertrand, Screening the past: a memoir.
    €     William D. Routt, Tenth Memoire: Screening The Past Askew.
    €     Peter Hughes, Nevermind the bandwidth - feel the quality.
    €     Chris Berry, Ten Years of Screening the Past.

Contributions from our Editorial Board members
    €     Richard Maltby, How Can Cinema History Matter More?
    €     Keyan G Tomaselli, A View from Africa.
    €     Harriet Margolis, Anniversary Musings.
    €     Sam Rohdie, Ribbons of Time.

Field survey: the poll results
List of contributors, Issues 1-21

In Memoriam

Thierry Kuntzel
    €     John Conomos, In Memoriam, Thierry Kuntzel.

Leonie Naughton
    €     William D. Routt, Leonie Naughton: Œtouched by what she has left
    €     Rose Capp, Leonie Naughton ­ Academic Iconoclast.
    €     David Hanan, Funeral address.
    €     Wendy Haslem, Leonie.
    €     Lesley Speed, Leonie Naughton: The Pleasure of Reinvention.
    €     Leonie Naughton¹s Publications and Other Research, compiled by
Lesley Speed with William D. Routt and David Hanan.

First Release Articles:

Jodi Brooks, The Lure of the breach: invisibility and the dissolution of
cinematic vision.

Jeannette Delamoir, Six encounters with aviators: Early cinema, flight,
danger and gender.

Sira Hernández Corchete, The Relevance and Evolution of the Historical
Documentary Series in Televisión Española, from Testimonio (1964) to Memoria
de España (2004).

Daniel Reynaud, The Changing Anzac Legend in three key Australian films.

Holger Römers, The Said within the Unsaid: The Subtle Ironies of Young Mr.
Lincoln¹s Intertextual References to Contemporary Historiography.

Julian Ward, Serving the People in the twenty-first century: Zhang Side and
the revival of the Yan¹an Spirit.

Brian Yecies and Ae-Gyung Shim, Hallyuwood Down Under: The New Korean Cinema
and Australia, 1996-2007.

Classics and Re-Runs Article:

Ronald Abramson and Richard Thompson, Young Mr. Lincoln Reconsidered: An
Essay on the Theory and Practice of Film Criticism.

Book Reviews: 

Special Tenth Anniversary Book Review: Jan-Christopher Horak reviews The
Story of the Kelly Gang DVD, and Ina Bertrand and William D. Routt, ³The
Picture That Will Live Forever²: The Story of the Kelly Gang.

Neil Bather reviews Steve Macek, Urban Nightmares: The Media, the Right, and
the Moral Panic over the City.
John Benson reviews Graeme Turner, Ending the Affair: the decline of
television current affairs in Australia.
Ina Bertrand reviews Daniel J. Leab, Orwell Subverted: The CIA and the
Filming of Animal Farm.
Susan Bye reviews Elana Levine, Wallowing in Sex: The New Sexual Culture of
1970s American Television.
John Conomos reviews Rachel Moore, Hollis Frampton (nostalgia).
John Conomos reviews McKenzie Wark, Gamer Theory.
Anna Dzenis reviews Nicole Brenez, Abel Ferrara.
David Ehrenstein reviews James Morrison (ed.), The Cinema of Todd Haynes:
All That Heaven Allows.
Tony Fonseca reviews Robert Spadoni, Uncanny Bodies: The Coming of Sound
Film and the Origins of the Horror Genre.
Freda Freiberg reviews Christine L. Marran, Poison Woman: Figuring Female
Transgression in Modern Japanese Culture.
Jan-Christopher Horak reviews Dana Polan, Scenes of Instruction. The
Beginnings of the U.S. Study of Film.
Irene Javors reviews Steven Bach, Leni, The Life and Work of Leni
Riefenstahl, and Gerd Gemunden and Mary R. Desjardins (eds.), Dietrich Icon.
D.B. Jones reviews Melanie J. Wright, Religion and Film: an Introduction.
Hester Joyce reviews Gail Jones, The Piano.
Mike Lim reviews Robert Hariman and John Louis Lucaites, No Caption Needed:
Iconic Photographs, Public Culture, and Liberal Democracy.
Martin Manning reviews Marie-Laure Ryan, Avatars of Story.
Harriet Margolis reviews Ehrhard Bahr, Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile
Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism.
Ben McCann reviews James Chapman, Mark Glancy & Sue Harper (eds.), The New
Film History: Sources, Methods, Approaches.
Brian McFarlane reviews Gene D. Phillips, Beyond the Epic: The Life & Films
of David Lean.
Brian McFarlane reviews Laraine Porter and Bryony Dixon (eds.), Picture
Perfect: Landscape, Place and Travel in British Cinema before 1930.
Angela Ndalianis reviews Alan Cholodenko (ed.), The Illusion of Life 2: More
Essays on Animation.
Jaime S. Ong reviews Scott Nygren, Time Frames: Japanese Cinema and the
Unfolding of History.
Michael Paris reviews Jo Fox, Film Propaganda in Britain and Nazi Germany:
World War II Cinema.
Arthur Pomeroy reviews Gideon Nisbet, Ancient Greece in Film and Popular
Thomas Redwood reviews Jonathan Rosenbaum, Discovering Orson Welles.
Rick Thompson reviews Michael Barrier, The Animated Man: A Life of Walt
Disney, and Tom Sito, Drawing the Line: The Untold Story of the Animation
Unions from Bosko to Bart Simpson.
Errol Vieth reviews Peter Decherney, Hollywood and the Culture Elite: How
the Movies Became American.
Terrie Waddell reviews Petra Kupper, The Scar of Visibility: Medical
Performances and Contemporary Art.
Saige Walton reviews Anne Friedberg, The Virtual Window: From Alberti to
Nicholas Witham reviews J. E. Smyth, Reconstructing American Historical
Cinema: From Cimarron to Citizen Kane.

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