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Issue: 22.1 : Spring / Printemps : 2013

Special Topic: Audiovisual Responses to the Polytechnique Massacre
Guest Editor: Brenda Longfellow and Julianne Pidduck
Introduction by Brenda Longfellow, Julianne Pidduck
Includes a French translation by Gabriel Chagnon

Camera-Witness: Women’s Documentary Responses to the Polytechnique Murders by Julianne Pidduck

Versioning History: Polytechnique as Vector by Janine Marchessault

It’s not always that Black and White: Universalism, Feminism, and the Monochromatic Worldview of Polytechnique by Scott MacKenzie

The Practice of Memory and the Politics of Memorialization: Denis Villeneuve’s Polytechnique by Brenda Longfellow

Après les larmes, la nécessité d’une analyse de la tuerie de l’École Polytechnique : une entrevue avec Francine Pelletier by Julianne Pidduck, Maude Gauthier

Negotiating the Representation of the December 6th Massacre or when Feminism and Anti-Feminism Meet in the Same Film by Mélissa Blais :: Translated by Lou Nelson

Three Montreal Newspapers Respond to the Release of Polytechnique (2009) by Brendan Kelly, Nathalie Petrowski, Odile Tremblay

Literature On The Polytechnique Massacre: A Select Bibliography by Julianne Pidduck

Review Essay: Animating Film Studies
Animation: Art and Industry, Edited by Maureen Furniss. New Barnet, Herts.: John Libbey, 2009, 240 pp.; The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation by Thomas Lamarre. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009, 385 pp.; Anime's Media Mix: Franchising Toys and Characters in Japan by Marc Steinberg. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012, 314 pp.; The World History of Animation by Stephen Cavalier. Foreword by Sylvain Chomet. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011, 416 pp.
Reviewed by Shannon Brownlee

The Right to Play Oneself: Looking Back on Documentary Film, by Thomas Waugh, Minneapolis, London: University of Minnesota Press, 2011, 312 pp.
Reviewed by Bert Hogenkamp

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