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SCREENING THE PAST ISSUE 24 is now online.

Peer reviewed articles, published here for the first time
Papers from the 2008 Film and History Association of Australia and New
Zealand Conference
Therese Davis, Indigenising Australian History: Contestation and
Collaboration in First Australians .
Stephanie Hanson, ³Electrical wonders of the present age²: cinema-going on
the Far South Coast of NSW and rural discourses of modernity
Ann Hardy, From mokomokai to upoko tuhi: changing representations of Maori
cultural property in film.
Mike Ingham, History in the Making: Allegory, history, fiction and Chow
Yun-fat in the 1980s Hong Kong films Hong Kong 1941 (Dir. Po Chieh-leong)
and Love in a Fallen City (Dir. Ann Hui)
John Finlay Kerr, ŒRereadingı Be Kind Rewind (USA 2008): How film history
can be remapped through the social memories of popular culture
George Kouvaros, ³Those Who Wait²: The Misfits and Late Style
Jane Mills, First Nation Cinema: Hollywoodıs Indigenous ŒOtherı
Tyson Namow, In-and-Out of the Historical Imaginary with Eisner and Herzog
Dylan Walker, The Only Fun We Have Once in Three Weeks: Rural Exhibition on
the Eyre Peninsula in the 1930s
Amy West, Making Television History: The Past made Present in Reality
Televisionıs Pioneer House
Sam Rohdie, Three Essays  .
Adrian Martin, ³It Has Come to My Ears²: Fritz Langıs Sound Design

Feature Review: Bill Routt reviews Ford At Fox: Part Two (a)
Deborah Allison reviews Paul Meehan, Tech-Noir: The Fusion of Science
Fiction and Film Noir
Ryan Cook reviews Lisa Downing and Sue Harris (eds.), From Perversion to
Purity: The Stardom of Catherine Deneuve
Jonah Corne reviews Charles R. Acland (ed), Residual Media
Colin Crisp reviews Geneviève Sellier, Masculine Singular: French New Wave
Cinema (trans Kristin Ross)
Sean Cubitt reviews Michel Pastoureau, Black: The History of a Colour
James Curnow reviews James Herrick, Scientific Mythologies: How Science and
Science Fiction Forge New Religious Beliefs
Anna Dzenis reviews Adrian Martin, ³What is Modern Cinema?².
Maura Edmond reviews Alison Griffiths, Shivers Down Your Spine: Cinema,
Museums, and the Immersive View
Tony Fonseca reviews Louis Kaplan, The Strange Case of William Mumler,
Spirit Photographer .
Mas Generis reviews Joram ten Brink (ed), Building Bridges: The Cinema of
Jean Rouch (Preface by Michael Renov)
Ina Rae Hark reviews Richard Allen, Hitchcockıs Romantic Irony .
Alexandra Heller-Nicholas reviews Joanna Bourke, Rape: A History from 1860
to the Present 
Jan-Christopher Horak reviews Jennifer Fay, Theatres of Occupation.
Hollywood and the Reeducation of Postwar Germany
Zachary Hoskins reviews Stephen J. Nichols, Jesus: Made in America
Irene Javors reviews Linda Williams, Screening Sex
D.B. Jones reviews Gerd Gemünden, A Foreign Affair: Billy Wilderıs American
Films .
Roger Macy reviews Abé Mark Nornes, Forest of Pressure ­ Ogawa Shinsuke and
Postwar Japanese Documentary
Christian McCrea reviews Anna Powell, Deleuze and Horror Film
Jaime S. Ong reviews Joseph Epstein, Fred Astaire
Violetta Petrova reviews Marvin DıLugo, Pedro Almodóvar
Mike Walsh reviews Alistair Phillips and Julian Stringer (eds.), Japanese
Cinema: Texts and Contexts

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