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Issue: 12.1 : Spring / Printemps : 2003

Bridgespotting: Lepage, Hitchcock, and Landmarks in Canadian Film by Peter Clandfield

The Genealogical Pedagogy of John Greyson's Zero Patience by Roger Hallas

The Rhythm of Happening: Antagonism and Community in Brenda Longfellow's Our Marilyn and A Balkan Journey by Adam Dickinson

"Thou, The Player of the Game, Art God": Nabokovian Game-playing in Cronenberg's eXistenZ by Mark Browning

Film Chronicles in Montréal's La Presse, 1906-1908 by Avi Santo

Soviet Expansionism: Fédor Ozep's Transnational Cinema by Scott MacKenzie

Mary Alemany-Galway. A Postmodern Cinema: The Voice of the Other in Canadian Film. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002, 259 pp. Christopher E. Gittings.
Canadian National Cinema. London: Routledge, 2002, 338 pp.

Reviewed by Jim Leach

Ben Singer. Melodrama and Modernity: Early Sensational Cinema and its Contexts. Film and Culture Series. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001, 363 pp.
Reviewed by Melanie Nash

Sarah Kozloff. Overhearing Film Dialogue. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000, 323 pp.
Reviewed by Brian Crane

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