No. 45, Fall 2002
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Radical perspectives on Hollywood film

White Hollywood’s new black boogeyman
by Audrey Colombe.

From misogyny to homoeroticism and homophobia in Apt Pupil:
sadomasochism, the Holocaust film, and film spectatorship

by Caroline Joan (Kay) S. Picart and Jason Grant McKahan.

Passion and passion for learning in The Governess
by Peter Lehman and Susan Hunt.

Saving one life: Spielberg’s Artificial Intelligence
as redemptive memory of things

by Drehli Robnik.

Nation, family and violence in Gladiator
by Deborah Tudor.

Media from an international perspective

Why the dancing diasporic desi men crossdressed
by Anandam P. Kavoori and Christina A. Joseph.

Indian film pioneer Vijaya Mulay looks back on her career:
Pather panchali (the story of the road)

by Vijaya Mulay.

Specters of capital: Hong Kong cinema in a border/less world—
globalized identity politics in Hong Kong cinema

by Kin-Yan Szeto.
Review of Esther C.M. Yau, ed. At Full Speed: Hong Kong Cinema in a Borderless World (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001).

Rubble films
by Ramona Curry.
Review of Robert R. Shandley, Rubble Films: German Cinema in the Shadows of the Third Reich (Rutgers University Press, 2001).

Documentary—from production to final impact

Impact of The Uprising Of ’34:
a coalition model of production and distribution

by David Whiteman.

Men in tights:
sport and representation in the 2000 Olympics telecasts

by Mark Gallagher

The last word

Images after 9/11
by Chuck Kleinhans.


How I use the Internet
by Julia Lesage