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Issue: 19.1 : Spring / Printemps : 2010

Sweet Sixteen Goes to War: Hollywood, the NAAF and 16mm Film Exhibition in Canada during WWII by Peter Lester

“One Single Mystery of Persons and Objects”: The Erotics of Fragmentation in Au Hasard, Balthazar by Erika Balsom

Newfangled Computers and Old-Fashioned Romantic Comedy: You’ve Got Mail’s Futuristic Nostalgia by Aimée Morrison

Réflexivité et socialité dans Les États nordiques by Marion Froger

Film Noir’s Dark Secret Or What Does The Hysteric Want? by Carlos V. Reyes

Mark Betz. Beyond The Subtitle: Remapping European Art Cinema Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009, 350 pp.
Reviewed by Chris Robinson

Chris Marker et l’imprimerie du regard. André Habib and Viva Paci, Eds. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2008, 310pp.
Reviewed by David Foster

Michael Robert Evans. Isuma : Inuit Video Art. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2008, 236 pp.
Reviewed by Bruno Cornellier

Tamil Cinema: The Cultural Politics of India’s Other Film Industry. S. Velayutham, ed. New York/London: Routledge, 2009, 204 pp.
Reviewed by Prakash Younger

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