Fwd: Screening The Past Issue 23 online

Aaron Gerow aaron.gerow
Sat Dec 6 01:07:38 EST 2008

No articles on Japanese cinema, but there are several reviews of  
books on Japanese film.


Begin forwarded message:
> Screening The Past Issue 23 online
> http://www.latrobe.edu.au/screeningthepast/firstrelease/ 
> firstrelease.html
> First Release
>  Jean-Luc Godard?s Histoire(s) du cin?ma
> *   Laleen Jayamanne, Jean-Luc Godard?s Histoire(s) du cin?ma OR  
> ?Memory of the world? (a lecture).
> *   Sam Rohdie, Intersections.
> Manny Farber, 1917-2008
> *  Manny Farber and Patricia Patterson Interviewed by Richard  
> Thompson, 1977.
> Australian Film Theory and Criticism Project Interviews #1: Paul  
> Willemen
> *   Introduction to Australian Film Theory and Criticism Project  
> Interviews.
> *   Paul Willemen interviewed by Deane Williams.
> *   Tim Groves and Costas Thrasyvoulou, Against the Flow of Time:  
> Michael Mann and Edward Hopper.
> *   Luis M. Garcia-Mainar, Say it with generic maps: Genre,  
> identity and flowers in Michael Mann?s Collateral.
> *   Bruce Hodsdon, The Carlton Ripple and the Australian Film Revival.
> Reviews
> Feature Review: Bill Routt reviews Ford At Fox.
> Richard Armstrong reviews Andr?s B?lint Kov?cs, Screening  
> Modernism: European Art Cinema 1950-1980.
> Ina Bertrand reviews Jill Julius Matthews, Dance Hall and Picture  
> Palace: Sydney?s Romance with Modernity.
> Ina Bertrand reviews Deane Williams, Australian Postwar Documentary  
> Film: An Arc of Mirrors.
> Nathalie Brillon reviews Mark Browning, David Cronenberg: Author or  
> Film-maker?
> Felicity Collins reviews Michelle Langford, Allegorical Images:  
> Tableau, Time and Gesture in the Cinema of Werner Schroeter.
> Tom Conley reviews Sam Rohdie, Montage.
> John Conomos reviews Philip Brophy, The Adventures of Priscilla,  
> Queen of the Desert.
> Ryan Cook reviews Jay McRoy, Nightmare Japan: Contemporary Japanese  
> Horror Cinema.
> Colin Crisp reviews Tim Bergfelder, Sue Harris and Sarah Street,  
> Film Architecture and the Transnational Imagination: Set Design in  
> 1930s European Cinema.
> Colin Crisp reviews Jon Lewis and Eric Smoodin (eds), Looking Past  
> the Screen: Case Studies in American Film History and Method.
> Colin Crisp reviews Leen Engelen and Roel Vande Winkel,  
> Perspectives on European Film and History.
> Tom Crosbie reviews Atara Stein, The Byronic Hero in Film, Fiction,  
> and Television.
> James Curnow reviews Christine Cornea, Science Fiction Cinema:  
> Between Fantasy and Reality.
> Wheeler Winston Dixon reviews Steve Chibnall, Quota Quickies: The  
> Birth of the British ?B? Film.
> Philip Dwyer reviews Guy Westwell, War Cinema. Hollywood on the  
> Front Line.
> Anna Dzenis reviews Jonathan Auerbach, Body Shots: Early Cinema?s  
> Incarnations.
> Maura Edmond reviews Jeffrey Sconce (ed.), Sleaze Artists: Cinema  
> at the Margins of Taste, Style, and Politics.
> Tony Fonseca reviews Martin F. Norden (ed.), The Changing Face of  
> Evil in Film and Television.
> Freda Freiberg reviews Millicent Marcus, Italian Film in the Shadow  
> of Auschwitz.
> Sabine Hake reviews Steven Ricci, Cinema and Fascism: Italian Film  
> and Society, 1922-1943.
> Alexandra Heller-Nicholas reviews Catherine Spooner and Emma McEvoy  
> (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Gothic.
> Steven P Hill reviews Ab? Mark Nornes [Markus Nornes], Cinema  
> Babel: Translating Global Cinema.
> Jan-Christopher Horak reviews Robin Blaetz (ed), Women?s  
> Experimental Cinema. Critical Frameworks, and Alexander Graf and  
> Dietrich Scheunemann (eds), Avant-Garde Film.
> Irene Javors reviews Vanessa Schwartz, It?s So French! Hollywood,  
> Paris, and the Making of Cosmopolitan Film Culture.
> D.B. Jones reviews Cindy Patton, Cinematic Identity: Anatomy of a  
> Problem Film.
> D.B. Jones reviews Scott Anthony, Night Mail.
> Mike Lim reviews Garrett Stewart, Framed Time: Toward a Postfilmic  
> Cinema.
> Harriet Margolis reviews Emiel Martens, Once Were Warriors: The  
> Aftermath. The Controvery of OWW in Aotearoa New Zealand.
> Adrian Martin reviews Eyal Peretz, Becoming Visionary: Brian De  
> Palma?s Cinematic Education of the Senses.
> Craig Martin reviews Barbara Creed, Phallic Panic.
> Ben McCann reviews Martine Beugnet, Cinema and Sensation: French  
> Film and the Art of Transgression.
> Ken Mogg reviews Steven Jacobs, The Wrong House: The Architecture  
> of Alfred Hitchcock.
> Gino Moliterno reviews John David Rhodes, Stupendous, Miserable  
> City: Pasolini?s Rome.
> Megan O?Donnell reviews Jeffrey Weinstock, The Rocky Horror Picture  
> Show.
> Des O?Rawe reviews Tom Conley, Film Hieroglyphs: Ruptures in  
> Classical Cinema, and Tom Conley, Cartographic Cinema.
> Michael Paris reviews Jonathan Rayner, The Naval War Film: Genre,  
> History, National Cinema.
> Leland Poague reviews Alan Taylor, Jacobean Visions: Webster,  
> Hitchcock, and Google Culture.
> Paul Ramaeker reviews Robin Nelson, State of Play: Contemporary  
> ?High-End? TV Drama.
> Thomas Redwood reviews Thorsten Botz-Bornstein, Film and Dreams:  
> Tarkovsky, Bergman, Sokurov, Kubrick and Wong Kar-wai.
> Daniel Ross reviews Giorgio Agamben, Profanations.
> Gerald Sim reviews Takayuki Tatsumi, Full Metal Apache:  
> Transactions Between Cyberpunk Japan and Avant-Pop America.
> Justin Smith reviews Geoff King, Donnie Darko.
> Darren Tofts reviews Roger Beebe and Jason Middleton (eds.), Medium  
> Cool: Music Videos from Soundies to Cellphones.
> Charles Tutton reviews D. N. Rodowick, The Virtual Life of Film.
> Mike Walsh reviews Ranjani Mazumdar, Bombay Cinema: An Archive of  
> the City.
> Mike Walsh reviews Paul Grainge, Brand Hollywood: Selling  
> Entertainment in a Global Media Age.
> Mike Walsh reviews Christopher Bolton, Istvan Csicsery-Ronay Jr,  
> and Takayuki Tatsumi (eds.), Robot Ghosts and Wired Dreams:  
> Japanese Science Fiction from Origins to Anime.
> Mike Walsh reviews Zhang Zhen (ed.), The Urban Generation: Chinese  
> Cinema and Society at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century.
> Catherine Wheatley reviews Dorota Ostrowska, Reading the French New  
> Wave: Critics, Writers and Art Cinema in France.
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