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Issue: 21.2 : Fall / Automne : 2012

The Thing About Obomsawin’s Indianness: Indigenous Reality And The Documentary Burden Of Education At The National Film Board Of Canada by Bruno Cornellier
Special Dossier on the NFB/ONF

Vacationland: Film, Tourism, And Selling Canada, 1934-1948 by Dominique Brégent-Heald
Special Dossier on the NFB/ONF

La campagne d’éducation civique de l’Office national du film pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale by Gwenn Scheppler
Special Dossier on the NFB/ONF

Condensing The Media Mix: Multiple Possible Worlds In The Tatami Galaxy by Marc Steinberg

Hantise et architecture cryptique : Transmission du passé dans Le Confessionnal de Robert Lepage by Claudie Massicotte

Nostalgia for the Liberal Hour: Talkin’ ‘Bout the Horizons of Norman Jewison’s Generation by Daniel McNeil

“Hiawatha,” The Messiah of the Ojibway (1903): Photographic Stills from the First Dramatic Narrative Film Made in Canada by :: Prepared and Introduced By Ryan A. Ross

Review Essay: Queer Film Classics Series
Edited by Matthew Hays and Thomas Waugh. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press. Series includes: Will Aitken, Death in Venice (2011, 187pp); Jon Davies, Trash (2009, 173pp); Shohini Ghosh, Fire (2010, 172pp); Susan Knabe and Wendy Gay Pearson, Zero Patience (2011, 181pp) Helen Hok-Sze Leung, Farewell My Concubine (2010, 129pp); José Quiroga, Law of Desire (2009, 155pp); Noah Tsika, Gods and Monsters (2009, 169pp); Thomas Waugh and Jason Garrison, Montreal Main (2010, 269pp); Greg Youmans, Word Is Out (2011, 189pp)
Reviewed by Glyn Davis

Review Essay: Canadian Cinema Series
Edited by Bart Beaty and Will Straw; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008-ongoing. The series includes: David Cronenberg’s A History of Violence. Bart Beaty. 2008, 138 pp; Denys Arcand’s Le Déclin de l’empire américain and Les Invasions barbares. André Loiselle. 2008, 190 pp; Atom Egoyan’s The Adjuster. Tom McSorley. 2009, 104 pp; Joyce Wieland’s The Far Shore. Johanne Sloan. 2010, 134 pp; Allan King’s A Married Couple. Zoë Druick. 2010, 106 pp; Guy Maddin’s My Winnipeg. Darren Wershler. 2010, 145 pp; Bruce McDonald’s Hard Core Logo. Paul McEwan. 2011, 131 pp
Reviewed by Jennifer VanderBurgh

William Beard. Into the Past: The Cinema of Guy Maddin. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010, 504 pp
Reviewed by Jovana Jankovic

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