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Check out Scope's new book and film reviews via link below:

Book Reviews

On For Documentary: Twelve Essays, By Dai Vaughan, Experimental : The Work
of Film in the Age of Video, By Catherine Russell, A History of Film and
Video: From the Canonical Avant-Garde to Contemporary British Practice, By
A.L.Rees, A Review Article by Graeme Harper

Alien Identities: Exploring Differences in Film and Fiction, Edited by
Deborah Cartmell, I.Q. Hunter, Heidi Kaye and Imelda Whelehan, A Review by
Aylish Wood

American Archives: Gender, Race, and Class in Visual Culture, By Shawn
Smith, A Review by Lisa Rull

The Blood Poets: A Cinema of Savagery 1958-1999, Volumes I and II, By Jake
Horsley, A Review by Oliver Harris

Classics in Film and Fiction, Edited by Deborah Cartmell, I. Q. Hunter,
Heidi Kaye, and Imelda Whelehan, A Review by Patrick J. Cook

Flatlining on the Field of Dreams: Cultural Narratives in the Films of
President Reagan's America, By Alan Nadel, A Review by Nick Redfern

Heroes in Hard Times: Cop Action Movies in the U.S., By Neal King, A Review
by Mark Bould

Lance Comfort, By Brian McFarlane, A Review by Melanie Williams

Media Studies: A Reader (Second Edition), Edited by Paul Marris and Sue
Thornham, A Review by Rita Lago

Shohei Imamura, Edited by James Quandt, The Emperor's Naked Army On:
Yukiyukite shingun, By Jeffrey Ruoff and Kenneth Ruoff, A Review by Lori

Sisters on Screen: Siblings in Contemporary Cinema, By Eva Reuschmann, A
Review by Hannah Patterson

Tracking King Kong: A Hollywood Icon in World Culture, By Cynthia Erb, A
Review by Peter Hutchings

While America Watches: Televising the Holocaust, By Jeffrey Shandler, A
Review by Nathan Abrams

Film Reviews

Bamboozled, A Review by Gerald R. Butters

Bless the Child, A Review by Caroline E. Wiebe

Cast Away, A Review by Jamie Poster

Dancer in the Dark, A Review by Martyn Bone

Girl, Interrupted, A Review by Diane R. Wiener

Kikujiro, A Review by Brian Baker

Muertos de Risa, A Review by Andrew Willis

Requiem for a Dream, A Review by Lisa Rull

Traffic, A Review by Jacob R. Smith

The Wind Will Carry Us, A Review by Andrew Grossman

Dr Mark Jancovich
Senior Lecturer and Director of the Institute of Film Studies
School of American and Canadian Studies
University of Nottingham
United Kingdom
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