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Issue: 19.2 : Fall / Automne : 2010

"Until Justice is Done”: Authenticity and Memory in Paul Greengrass’s Bloody Sunday and United 93 by Duncan Greenlaw

Cuba, Cinema and the Post-revolutionary Public Sphere by Nicholas Balaisis

Two Kinds of Darkness: Jean-Luc Nancy and the Community of Cinema by Thomas Stubblefield

Film Workshops as Polyvocal Public Spheres: Minor Cinemas in Sweden by Lars Gustaf Andersson, John Sundholm

Je me souviens (maintenant) : Altérité, indianité et mémoire collective by Bruno Cornellier

Cinematic Experience, Film Space, and the Child’s World by Annette Kuhn

La Vie Des Autres : Un Hommage à l’art by Sophie Bastien

Gary Needham. Brokeback Mountain. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010, 140 pp.
Reviewed by Martin Fradley

Jerry White. The Radio Eye: Cinema in the North Atlantic, 1958-1988. Waterloo, ON: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2009, 285 pp.
Reviewed by Mike Cormack

Hollis Frampton. On the Camera Arts and Consecutive Matters: The Writings of Hollis Frampton. Ed, and with an introduction by Bruce Jenkins. Writing Art Series. Cambridge, MA and London: MIT Press, 2009, 360 pp.
Reviewed by Michael Zryd

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