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Issue: 9.1 : Spring / Printemps : 2000


Special Topic: Individuals and Institutions
Articles
Introduction by William C. Wees

"Some Kind of Racket": The Museum of Modern Art's Film Library, Hollywood and the Problem of Film Art, 1935 by Haidee Wasson

A National "As Distinct from Departmental" Film Board, and the Case of Heritage by Blaine Allan

Documenting Government: Re-examining the 1950s National Film Board Films About Citizenship by Zoë Druick

Film, Culture Criticism and Institutional Form, 1936-1956: The Work of Vernon van Sickle by Paul Tiessen

Cinédocuments
"Let's Set the Record Straight": The International Experimental Film Congress, Toronto 1989 by William C. Wees

Reviews
Review Essay: Experimental Ethnography: The Work of Film in the Age of Video
Catherine Russell. Experimental Ethnography: The Work of Film in the Age of Video. Durham: Duke University Press, 1999.
Reviewed by Scott MacDonald

Jim Leach. Claude Jutra Filmmaker. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999, 306pp
Reviewed by Pierre Véronneau

Passionate Views: Film, Cognition and Emotion. Carl Plantinga and Greg M. Smith, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999, 301 pp.
Reviewed by Mette Hjort

Charles Barr. English Hitchcock. A Movie Book., Moffat, UK: Cameron & Hollis, 1999, 255 pp.
Reviewed by Scott MacKenzie

Jeffrey Ruoff and Kenneth Ruoff. The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On (Yukiyukite Shingun). Cinetek Series. Wiltshire, England: Flicks Books, 1998, 57 pp.
Reviewed by Laura U. Marks

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