Framework

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Articles from Vol. 46, No. 2, Fall

Between Integration and Exile: "Russian" Filmmaking in Israel
Since 1989, nearly one million immigrants from the Former Soviet Union have arrived in Israel. Their steady influx has quickly become the largest surge of immigration in Israel's history and has had an unmistakable impact on the cultural, economic, and...
Il Cinema Ritrovato Festival
Il Cinema Ritrovato Festival Bologna Italy, July 3-10, 2004Each year in early July, Bologna hosts a film festival devoted to restored, recovered, and rediscovered films. In 2004 the eighteenth such festival, the fourth overseen by the Finnish film critic...
Love on the Run: Re-Mapping the Postmetropolis in Alfonso Cuarón's Sólo Con Tu Pareja
Throughout Mexican cinema history the location of the image has always, by some means, controlled the identification process undergone by the spectator. Attributes of lifestyle, morality, and personal characteristics have been allocated to particular...
Televising Film Stardom in the 1950s
During a particular two-week period in April 1955, a television viewer could sit in her living room and watch Ronald Reagan hosting General Electric Theater (CBS, US, 1953-62) and presenting Jimmy Stewart in his small screen acting debut, James Mason...
The Pleasure of Philosophy: An Interview with David Barison on the Ister
Generally speaking, The Ister is a film about a lecture by Martin Heidegger on Holderlin's poem "The Ister." However, The Ister can also be regarded as a film about recent European history, as well as a reflection on technique, a contrast between nature...
The Politics of Contemporary Celebrity
The Politics of Contemporary Celebrity Understanding Celebrity, by Graeme Turner, Sage Publications, 2004.In the holiday special finale of the popular BBC mockumentary series The Office., the odious hero David Brent is seen trying to turn the notoriety...
Two Interviews on Irish Media: Rod Stoneman and Grainne Humphreys
The following two interviews, with Rod Stoneman and Grainne Humphreys respectively, are part of a study of small national cinemas in a time of a globalized Hollywood. The other interviews in the study concern Scottish, Canadian, and New Zealand cinema....
Two Stars and a Movie Camera
Two Stars and a Movie Camera Screen Couples Chemistry: The Power of 2, by Martha P. Nochimson, University of Texas Press, 2002.Is there an identifiable reason why the Astaire-Rogers musicals stick out on their own, in a way quite separate from any of...