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Issue: 16.1 : Spring / Printemps : 2007

Special Topic: A Special Issue on Documentary Historiographies
The Old and the New: Updating Documentary Historiographies by Thomas Waugh

Documentary Radicality by Jane M. Gaines

Now and Then: Conceptual Problems in Historicizing Documentary Imaging by Philip Rosen

Vertov after Manovich by Seth Feldman

Preserving a Heritage? South African Archive Documentaries: 1910-1940 by Emma Sandon

Film Fragments, Documentary History, and Colonial Indian Cinema by Neepa Majumdar

The Rome Institute of Educational Cinematography, Reactionary Modernism, and the Foundation of Film Studies by Zoë Druick

André Loiselle. Le Cinéma de Michel Brault: á l’image d’une nation. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2005, 342 pp.
Reviewed by Pierre Véronneau

Self Portraits: The Cinemas of Canada Since Telefilm. André Loiselle and Tom McSorley, eds. Ottawa: The Canadian Film Institute/Institut Canadien du film, 2006, 343 pp.
Reviewed by Sylvain Duguay

George Melnyk. One Hundred Years of Canadian Cinema. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004, 361 pp. Caelum Vatnsdal. They Came from Within: A History of Canadian Horror Cinema. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2004, 256 pp.
Reviewed by Peter Urquhart

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