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Issue: 5.2 : Fall / Automne : 1996


Articles
Globalization and National Identity in Canadian Film by Brenda Longfellow

Cinema, Theatre and Red Gushing Blood in Jean Beaudin's Being at Home With Claude by André Loiselle

Querying or 'Queering' the Nation: The Lesbian Postmodern and Canadian Women's Cinema by Jean Bruce

Hags, Nags, Witches and Crones: Reframing Age in The Company of Strangers by Angela Stukator

Exile on Hastings & Main Street: The Vancouver Films of Larry Kent by Dave Douglas

Société nouvelle: The Challenge for Change in the Alternative Public Sphere by Scott MacKenzie

Alterity and Nation: Screening Race, Sex, Gender and Ethnicity in Back to God's Country by Christopher Gittings

The Introduction of the Lumière Cinematograph in Canada by André Gaudreault, Germain Lacasse

Cinédocuments
J. Booth Scott, November 1966 by J. Booth Scott :: Afterword by Blaine Allan

Reviews
Mirror Machine: Video and Identity. Janine Marchessault, ed. Toronto and Montréal: YYZ Books and McGill University / The Centre for Research on Canadian Cultural Identities and Institutions, 1995, 267 pp.
Reviewed by Lianne McLarty

Dislocations. Gilles Hebert, ed. Winnipeg: City Press Limited, 1995, 80 pp.
Reviewed by Gene Walz

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