Pleased to announce the new issue of FILM CRITICISM

The TOC includes the following feature articles, film festival reviews,
conference reports, and film, TV and book reviews:

Feature articles:

   - Julia Vassilieva, "Russian *Leviathan*: Power, Landscape, Memory
   - Victoria L. Smith, "The Heterotopias of Todd Haynes: Creating Space
   for Same Sex Desire in *Carol*
   - Stacy Denton, "After the Farm Crisis: The Critique of Neoliberal
   Society in *What's Eating Gilbert Grape*?
   - Marc Raymond, "From Old Boys to Quiet Dreams: Mapping Korean Art
   Cinema Today

Film and TV reviews:

   - Abigail G.H. Manzella, "Violence and Care in *Three Billboards Outside
   Ebbing, Missouri*"
   - Doyle Greene, "The More Things Change: *Andy Cohen's Then and Now*"
   - Nurzali Ismail, "Who is 'Jagat

Book reviews:

   - Juan Poblete reviews: Paul Schroeder Rodríguez, *Latin American
   Cinema: A Comparative History*, (University of California Press, 2016)
   - Kevin Hagopian reviews: Eric Renstschler, *The Use and Abuse of
   Cinema: German Legacies from the Weimar Era to the Present*(Columbia
   University Press, 2015)
   - Michael Petitti reviews Pamela Robertson Wojcik, *Fantasies of
   Neglect: Imagining the Urban Child in American Film and Fiction*(Rutgers
   University Press, 2016)
   - Matt Yockey reviews Dan Hassler-Forest, *Science Fiction, Fantasy, and
   Politics: Transmedia World-Building Beyond Capitalism*

Conference reports and film festival reviews:

   - Alicia Kozma, "Art House Convergence
   - Gerd Gemünden, "Where to, Berlinale?  The 68th Berlin Film Festival

FILM CRITICISM is an open-access, peer-reviewed online publication whose
aim is to bring together scholarship in the field of cinema and media
studies in order to present the finest work in this area, foregrounding
textual criticism as a primary value. Our readership is academic, though we
strive to publish material that is both accessible to undergraduates and
engaging to established scholars.  We welcome submissions on a rolling
basis.  Please visit our Submission Guidelines
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Co-editors: Joe Tompkins, Walter Metz, and Doyle Greene

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