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Issue: 15.2 : Fall / Automne : 2006

Border Times and Geopolitical Frames by Philip Rosen

Negotiating the Nation: “Expanding” the Work of Joyce Wieland by Kristy A. Holmes-Moss

The Epistemology of Adaptation in John Greyson’s Lilies by Lawrence Howe

The Multiplicity of Generic Discourses and the Meaning and Pleasure of Mean Streets by Marc Raymond

Sounds Like Horror: Alejandro Amenábar’s Thesis on Audio-Visual Violence by Dominique Russell

“The People Will Think...What I Tell Them to Think”: Orson Welles and the Trailer for Citizen Kane by Paul Salmon

Joyce Wieland: Interview and Notes on Reason Over Passion and Pierre Vallières by Kristy A. Holmes-Moss

Review Essay: Film Festival Fever: Recent Testimonials
Kenneth Turan. Sundance to Sarajevo: Film Festivals and the World They Made. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of Calilornia Press, 2002, 180 pp. William Marshall. Film Festival Confidential. Toronto: McArthur and Company, 2006, 115 pp. Queer Film and Video Festival Forum, Take One: Curators Speak Out, Moving Image Review. Chris Straaye and Tom Waugh, eds. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 11:4 (2005): 579–603.
Reviewed by Ger Zielinski

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