Issue number 13 of _Screening the past_ is will be available, from Monday 17
December, online at:
This issue contains a themed section on 'Women, memory and new media' and
the second section of the 'Auteurism 2001' theme which was the subject of
issue 12, along with an article related to some aspects of the first theme.
Among the articles in this issue are the following:
Women, autobiography and new media, edited by Peter Hughes.
*Memory in ruins: the woman filmmaker in her father's cinema by Felicity
*Forgetting as a representational strategy: Erasing the past in Girl from
Moush and Passing DRAMA by Robin Curtis
*Performing memory: compensation and redress in contemporary feminist
first-person documentary by Julia Erhart
*What should I make up? An inquiry into autobiography. Interviews with Sarah
Jane Lapp, Michele Fleming, and Amie Siegel by Jenny Perlin
*Video diaries: questions of authenticity and fabrication by Maria Pini
*Dear diary revisited: transforming personal archives, Flag and Trick or
drink by Elayne Zalis
A separate article on the theme of memory and new media:
*Nocturnal kinship by George Kouvaros
Auterism 2001, edited by Adrian Martin
*A couch in New York: Chantal Akerman and sex in the city by Rose Capp
*Going my way by Tag Gallagher
*Mizoguchi and freedom by Tag Gallagher
*Choreography of desire: analysing Kinuoy Tanaka's acting in Mizoguchi's
films by Chika Kinoshita
*A strange sun: cinema and theatre in John Cassavetes' The killing of a
Chinese bookie and Opening Night by George Kouvaros
*Joe Dante's American apocalypse by Bill Krohn
*Paul Verhoeven and his hollow men by Angela Ndalianis
*Lost in paradise: the cinema of Jim Jarmusch by Fiona A. Villella
And a special tribute:
*A pen with wings: a tribute Erik Barnouw, 1908-2001 by Patricia R.
With book reviews by Jonathan Auerbach, David Boyd, Mary Debrett, Leanne
Downing, Mark Freeman, Tim Groves, D.B. Jones, Peter Limbrick, Alex
MacDonald, Brian McFarlane, Harriet Margolis, Michael Paris, Inge
Pruks-Izzo, Bill Routt, Fiona A. Villella, and Brian Yecies.
Issue 14 is due to go online in mid 2002 and will be an unthemed issue.
Although most of the articles for issue 14 are currently in process, there
is still space for one or two more articles. Submissions should be made to
the editor at <[log in to unmask]>.
In the links section there is a new link to the online version of JUMP CUT
All the best,
(Dr) Peter Hughes Postgraduate Co-ordinator, Media Studies Program, La
Trobe University, Bundoora, VIC 3086, Australia.
ph: +61 3 9479 3065 (w), fax: +61 3 9479 3638 (w)
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