News from the editors of Jump Cut...

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From: Julia Lesage <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Sep 4, 2006 1:47 PM


A review of contemporary media

Since 1974, developing a fresh radical media analysis.

  Now online:

BACK ISSUES 1-48: all our paper issues


A fabulous free resource

Since 1974 JUMP CUT has published a wide range of politically and
socially conscious media analysis.  Pioneering articles on the
radical analysis of Hollywood film, activist film and video, feminist
and queer criticism, and international perspectives are available
free and online.  A great resource for teaching and learning for
people around the world.

Including articles and special sections on
The politics of sexual images
African film
Central American activist documentary
Film and Feminism in Germany
Alternative cinema in the 80s
Counter-Cinema: theory and practice
Latinos in broadcasting
Tomás Gutierrez Alea, "The Viewer's Dialectic"; a major essay by the
Cuban director
Women and Representation
Film in China
Teaching the Vietnam War on film
TV utopias
Chilean Cinema in Exile
Miami Vice
The Color Purple
The Worker's Film and Photo League
AIDS media
The politics of documentary
African diaspora media
U.S.  Latino mediia

Critique of auteur theory/Metz and semiotics; pioneering film
feminisms/ Third World and Third Cinema/working class heroes/Godard/
psychoanalytic theory on the couch/Brecht and Film/a radical avant-
garde?/disaster films/Antonioni/DeAntonio and documentary/
Blaxploitation/Barthes and film theory/feminist filmmaking/Straub-
Huillet/Benjamin and film/JAWS/Rossellini/Radical 30s cinema/the
Blacklist/activist film/critique of Hollywood/Special Sections: Gays
and Film, Brazil, Cuba, Lesbians and Film

Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the
University of Alabama: