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Contested territory: American film spectatorship, colonial mimicry and British Empire
by Beth Corzo-Duchardt
‘Never twice the same colour’: standardizing, calibrating and harmonizing NTSC colour television in the early 1950s
by Susan Murray
Don't Look Now: transience and text
by Elizabeth Watkins
A new way of living: West Side Story, street dance and the New York musical
by Martha Shearer

by John David Rhodes
Also features dossiers from Tamar Garb, Joanna Hogg, Isaac Julien, Mandy Merck, Emma Wilson, and Laura Mulvey

The Soul of Film Theory
Reviewed by Catherine Constable
Must We Kill the Thing We Love? Emersonian Perfectionism and the Films of Alfred Hitchcock
Reviewed by David Banash
The Politics of Hollywood Cinema: Popular Film and Contemporary Political Theory
Reviewed by Guy Westwell

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