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Annual Bibliography of Film Studies--2003.

INTRODUCTION

Following my practice in recent years, I would like to introduce this year's Annual Bibliography by calling attention to a few trends and developments in recent film scholarship. An obvious place to start is with the special issues that have increasingly come to characterize journal publication. In 2003 we find numbers devoted to both traditional and somewhat unusual concerns. Certainly, genre retains its fascination for both filmgoers and scholars, as is evidenced by Post Script's own special issue devoted to "Realist Horror Cinema" and several periodicals that focused on other genres. The Western particularly came in for renewed attention, thanks to Journal of Popular Film and Television's special numbers on television genres and on the Western genre at 100 years, and to Film & History's devoting two issues to re-examining the genre and assessing its impact on the shaping of American history. National cinemas too received their share of attention with Film Criticism's number on Greek cinema, New German Critique's issue on "Post-Wall Cinema" in Germany, and Cineaste's special supplement on Contemporary Spanish Cinema. Among the more unusual or noteworthy special numbers, we might especially single out Criticism's two-issue sequence on "New and Neglected Approaches to Understanding Moving Images," Film Comment's retrospective on the work of Chris Marker, which extended over two issues, and Asian Cinema's ambitious survey of "Asian Animation: Artistic and Commercial Perspectives."

In terms of article numbers, a sharp rise in genre pieces directly corresponds to several of those special issues we noted above and suggests a renewed interest in formula narrative. Other noteworthy trends include increases in work being published on animation, directors, screenwriting, and technology. Somewhat surprising is the decrease in the number of pieces concerned with documentary, although that trend is almost certain to reverse itself in light of the recent success of documentary-influenced films, such as Michael Moore's self-styled "political satire" Fahrenheit 9/11 and Morgan Spurlock's Super Size Me, along with the continuing popularity of "reality TV." *

The format employed for the bibliography remains essentially unchanged from the previous years. It is organized around a series of headings that have, almost since the bibliography's inception, proven useful for categorizing the majority of film and television scholarship. Many articles are also cross-listed by number in one or more other categories. Each article receives a full entry done in MLA format, and when the title seems inadequate, I have also provided a brief annotation. Except in the cases of the "Actors / Actresses" and "Directors" categories, all entries are alphabetized according to the authors' last names, and journal citations are abbreviated according to the "Periodicals Indexed" listing that follows this introduction. As usual, I invite suggestions for further improving this mechanism and the bibliography as a whole.

Also as usual, I want to thank my coeditor Gerald Duchovnay for his tireless efforts in pursuing exchanges with other journals, for helping me root out obscure articles for inclusion in the Bibliography, and for ensuring that this project is properly formatted.

* See for example, "Call for Papers" in this issue for a Special Issue on Current State of Documentary Filmmaking on page 41.
PERIODICALS INDEXED
Asian Cinema (AC)
Boundary 2 (B2)
Camera Obscura (CO)
Canadian Journal of Film Studies (CJFS)
Canadian Review of American
 Studies (CRAS)
Cineaste (Cin)
Cinefantastique (Ct)
Cinema Journal (CJ)
Communication Quarterly (CQ)
Creative Screenwriting (CS)
Critical Inquiry (CI)
Critical Studies in Media
 Communication (CSMC)
Criticism (Crit)
Cultural Critique (CC)
Cultural Studies (CS)
Discourse (Dis)
Extrapolation (Ex)
Film & History (F&H)
Film Comment (FC)
Film Criticism (FCr)
Film History (FH)
Film Quarterly (FQ)
German Quarterly (GQ)
Griffithiana (Grit)
Historical Journal of Film, Radio,
 and Television (HJFRTV)
Journal of American Culture (JAC)
Journal of American Studies (JAS)
Journal of Communication (JoC)
Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts (JFA)
Journal of Film and Video (JFV)
Journal of Popular Culture (JPC)
Journal of Popular Film and Television (JPFT)
Literature/Film Quarterly (LFQ)
Michigan Quarterly Review (MQR)
Midwest Quarterly (MQ)
Mosaic (Mo)
New German Critique (NGC)
October (Oct)
Post Script (PS)
Postmodern Culture (PC)
Quarterly Review of Film and Video (QRFV)
Radical History Review (RHR)
Science Fiction Studies (SFS)
Screen (Sc)
Sight and Sound (SS)
Southwest Review (SwR)
Studies in American Culture (SAC)
Studies in Popular Culture (SPC)
Studies in the Humanities (SiH)
Velvet Light Trap (VLT)
Yale Journal of Criticism (YJC)


ACTORS/ACTRESSES

1. Beart, E. Porton, Richard. "Acting as the Joy of Discovery: An Interview with Emmanuelle Beart." Cin 29.1 (2003): 15-17.

2. Bow, C. Orgeron, Marsha. "Making It in Hollywood: Clara Bow, Fandom, and Consumer Culture." CJ 42.4 (2003): 76-97.

3. Chaney, L. Randell, Karen. "Masking the Horror of Trauma: The Hysterical Body of Lon Chaney." Sc 44.2 (2003): 216-21.

4. Cooper, G. Toles, George. "Believing in Gary Cooper." Crit 45.1 (2003): 31-52. On the shifting power of the star type.

5. Cox, B. Gross, Edward. "Stryker Strikes Back: Actor Brian Cox Adds Palpable Menace to X2." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 38.

6. Dietrich, M. Bronfen, Elisabeth. "Seductive Departures of Marlene Dietrich: Exile and Stardom in The Blue Angel." NGC 89 (2003): 9-32.

7. Eminen. Grundmann, R. "White Man's Burden: Eminen's Movie Debut in 8 Mile." Cin 28.2 (2003): 30-35.

8. Fiennes, R. James, N. "The Right Trousers: Actor Ralph Fiennes." SS 13.1 (2003): 14-15. On working with director David Cronenberg.

9. Lorre, P. Kapczynski, Jennifer M. "Homeward Bound? Peter Lorre's The Lost Man and the End of Exile." NGC 89 (2003): 145-72.

10. Lund, Zoe. Jones, Kristin Marriott. "Fallen Angel: The Life of Zoe Lund." FC 39.5 (2003): 67-69. The actress and screenwriter is also credited as Zoe Tamerlis.

11. Marx Bros. Ellis, Alien W. "Yes, Sir: The Legacy of Zeppo Marx." JPC 37.1 (2003): 15-27.

12. Rampling, C. Vincendeau, Ginnette. "Ageing Cool." SS 13.9 (2003): 26-29. Career overview.

13. Rock, C. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Head of State: Interview with Chris Rock and Ali LeRoi." CS 10.2 (2003): 24-25.

14. Sarandon, S. Quart, Alissa. "Lady Liberty: The Career of Susan Sarandon." FC 39.1 (2003): 54.

15. Schwargenegger, A. Sears, John. "'In His Own Image': Genre, Memory, and Doubling in Schwarzenegger's Films." PS 22.3 (2003): 104-14.

16. Spacey, K. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Trigger Street: Interview with Kevin Spacey." CS 10.1 (2003): 8, 10.

17. Stewart, P. Gross, Edward. "Man Behind the Men: X-Men Patriarch Patrick Stewart Discusses His Pivotal Role in X2." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 46.

18. Wong, A. Worrell, Joseph. "On the Dragon Lady's Trail: Rediscovering the Films and Image of Anna May Wong in Classical Hollywood Cinema." AC 14.2 (2003): 3-34.

19. Misc. Dixon, Simon. "Ambiguous Ecologies: Stardom's Domestic Miseen-Scene." CJ 42.2 (2003): 81-100. Looks at how the private lives of film stars mesh with their screen roles.

20. Ghillebaert, Francoise. "From Doppelganger to Persona: Acting Becomes the Identity." PS 22.3 (2003): 3-7.

21. Niebaur, James. "The Stooges, At Last, Get Some Respect." Cin 29.1 (2003): 12-14.

22. Wojcik, Pamela Robertson. "Typecasting." Crit 45.2 (2003): 223-49.

Also see the following entries: 28, 58, 75, 90, 126, 268, 285, 349, 351, 360, 478, 479.

ANIMATION

23. Deneroff, Harvey. "Famous's House of Animation--Creativity and Independence in Indian Animation." AC 14.1 (2003): 120-32.

24. Dennis, J. P. "'The Same Thing We Do Every Night': Signifying Same-Sex Desire in Television Cartoons." JPFT 31.3 (2003): 132-40.

25. Fudong, Fungma. "Animation in Nepal." AC 14.1 (2003): 133-37.

26. Hu Tze Yue, Gigi. "Hong Kong Animation: My Life as McDull." AC 14.1 (2003): 80-89.

27. Huilin, Zhang. "Some Characteristics of Chinese Animation." AC 14.1 (2003): 70-79.

28. Jackson, Kathy Merlock. "Mickey and the Tramp: Walt Disney's Debt to Charlie Chaplin." JAC 26.4 (2003): 439-44.

29. Lent, John A. "Development of Malaysian Animation from the Perspective of Pioneer Animator Hassan Muthalib." AC 14.1 (2003): 107-15.

30. --. "The New Age of Asian Animation." AC 14.1 (2003): 3-12.

31. --. "Thai Animation's Great Strides: A Report." AC 14.1 (2003): 118-19.

32. --, and Xu Ying. "China's Animation Beginnings: The Roles of the Wan Brothers and Others." AC 14.1 (2003): 56-69.

33. Ott, Brian L. "'I'm Bart Simpson; who the hell are you?' A Study in Postmodern Identity (Re)Construction." JPC 37.1 (2003): 56-82.

34. Tsugata, Nobuyuki. "Research on the Achievements of Japan's First Three Animators." AC 14.1 (2003): 13-28.

35. --. "The Situation of Film and Animation in Laos." AC 14.1 (2003): 116-17.

36. Veltman, C. "Pulling Faces." SS 13.1 (2003): 10-11. On the making of Disney's Treasure Planet.

37. Yokota, Masao. "The Japanese Puppet Animation Master: Kihachiro Kawamoto." AC 14.1 (2003): 28-44.

Also see the following entries: 465, 590.

CENSORSHIP

38. Brasell, R. Bruce. "'A Dangerous Experiment to Try': Film Censorship During the Twentieth Century in Mobile, Alabama." FH 15.1 (2003): 81-102.

39. Johnson, William. "A New View of Porn: The Films of Tatsumi Kumashiro." FQ 57.1 (2003): 11-19.

CRITICISM

(includes Bibliographies)

40. Cardullo, Bert. "Stanley Kauffmann Interview--On Shaw's Pygmalion: Play and Film." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 242-47.

41. Compton, Margaret A. "Small-gauge and Amateur Film Bibliography." FH 15.2 (2003): 252ff.

42. Dalton, Mary M. "Media Studies and Emancipatory Praxis: An Autoethnographic Essay on Critical Pedagogy." JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 88-97.

43. Foster, Gwendolyn Audrey. "'Every Frame was Precious': An Interview with Wheeler Winston Dixon." FCr 28.1 (2003): 53-79.

44. Jones, Kent. "Eyes Wide Shut: David Thomson and Cinephilia." FC 39.1 (2003): 32-37.

45. Koszarski, Richard. "Lost, Strayed, and Forgotten--William K. Everson and the British Cinema." FH 15.3 (2003): 275-376. Introduces Everson's program notes--which follow--to British films.

46. Martin, A. "The New Biographical Dictionary of Film." Cin 28.3 (2003): 11-13.

47. McLean, Adrienne L. "'New Films in Story Form': Movie Story Magazines and Spectatorship." CJ 42.3 (2003): 3-26.

48. Nachbar, Jack. "As Sure as the Turning of a Page: A Bibliography for The Searchers." JPFT 30.4 (2003): 228-29.

49. Telotte, J. P. "Annual Bibliography of Film Studies--2002." PS 23.1 (2003): 51-78.

50. West, Dennis. "Contemporary Spanish Cinema: A Guide to Resources." Cin 29.1 (2003): 65-66.

Also see the following entries: 110,152, 310, 333.

DIGITAL MEDIA

51. Baker, Bill. "Living On In Digital: The Imaginative Web Strips Based on The Matrix Offer Diverse Takes On a Subject-Rich Realm." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 52.

52. Deery, June. "TV.Com: Participatory Viewing on the Web." JPC 37.2 (2003): 161-84.

53. Fisher, Martin. "Digital's Debut: Tron Bridged the Analog and Cyber Worlds, Changing Filmmaking Forever." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 54-63.

54. Gaudiosi, John. "Tron Resurrected? The Tron 2.0 Video Game Expands a Classic Cyber Realm--Perhaps Leading to a New Feature Film." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 60-61.

55. Hayles, N. Katherine. "Translating Media: Why We Should Rethink Textuality." YJC 16.2 (2003): 263-90.

Also see the following entries: 160, 582, 587.

DIRECTORS

56. Ander, A. White-Stanley, Debra. "'God Give Me Strength': The Melodramatic Sound Tracks of Director Allison Anders." VLT 51 (2003): 54-66.

57. Anderson, P.T. Thomson, David. "California Sweet." SS 13.2 (2003). Looks at Anderson's latest film, Punch-Drunk Love.

58. Attenborough, R. Macnab, Geoffrey. "Eager Beaver." SS 13.9 (2003): 20-25. Career overview with interview.

59. Barney, M. Cousins, Mark, and Francis McKee. "The White Stuff." SS 13.12 (2003): 20-23. Interview-essay with the director.

60. Benigni, R. Bullard, Grace Taylor. "Roberto Benigni's Life is Beautiful and the Protection of Innocence: Fable, Fairy Tale, or Just Excuses?" PS 23.1 (2003): 13-26.

61. Bergman, I. Lumholdt, Jan. "Hot Set: Ingmar Bergman's Saraband." FC 39.3 (2003): 12-14.

62. Macnab, G. "Stealing Beauty: Four Leading Directors Tell the Interviewer What Ingmar Bergman Means to Them." SS 13.1 (2003): 24-26.

63. Bresson, R. Stadler, Eva M. "Bresson, Dostoevsky, Bakhtin: Adaptation as Intertextual Dialogue." QRFV 20.1 (2003).

64. Brownlow, K. Tibbetts, John C. "Winstanley, or Kevin Brownlow Camps Out on St. George's Hill." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 312-18.

65. Bunuel, L. Ghillebaert, Francoise. "The Double in Bunuel's That Obscure Object of Desire." PS 22.3 (2003): 57-68.

66. Jones, Julie. "'Long Live Death!' The End of Revolution in Luis Bunuel's The Phantom of Liberty." CJ 42.4 (2003): 63-75.

67. Burton, T. Arnold, David L. "Fearful Pleasures, or 'I Am Twice the Man': The Re-Gendering of Ichabod Crane." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 33-38.

68. Bernardo, Susan M. "The Bloody Battle of the Sexes in Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 39-43.

69. Kevorkian, Martin. "'You must never move the body!': Burying Irving's Text in Sleepy Hollow." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 27-32.

70. Orr, Stanley. "'A Dark Episode of Bonanza': Genre, Adaptation, and Historiography in Sleepy Hollow." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 44-49.

71. Ryfle, Steve. "Big Fish." CS 10.6 (2003): 32-33. Looks at the script of Burton's latest film.

72. Campion, J. Fuller, Graham, and Lizzie Francke. "Sex and Self-Danger: Jane Campion's In the Cut." SS 13.11 (2003): 16-19. Interview-essay.

73. Konow, David. "Rough Cut: Jane Campion and Susanna Moore." CS 10.5 (2003): 69-73.

74. Margaroni, Maria. "Jane Campion's Selling of the Mother/Land: Restaging the Crisis of the Postcolonial Subject." CO 18.2 (2003): 93-123.

75. Chaplin, C. Merton, Paul, Simon Louvish, and Christopher Turner. "Super Tramp--Charlie Chaplin." SS 13.10 (2003): 26-41. Series of pieces on Chaplin's career and influence.

76. Costa-Gavres, C. Crowdus, Gary. "Filming the Story of a Spy for God: An Interview with Costa-Gavres." Cin 28.2 (2003): 14-20.

77. Cronenberg, D. Browning, Mark. "'Thou, the Player of the Game, Art God': Nabokovian Game-Playing in Cronenberg's eXistenZ." CJFS 12.1 (2003).

78. Cornea, Christine. "David Cronenberg's Crash and Performing Cyborgs." VLT 52 (2003): 4-14.

79. Grace, Dominick M. "From Videodrome to Virtual Light: David Cronenberg and William Gibson." Ex 44.3 (2003): 344-55.

80. Hotchkiss, Lia M. "'Still in the Game': Cybertransformations of the 'New Flesh' in David Cronenberg's eXistenZ." VLT52 (2003): 15-32.

81. Jackson, K. "Odd Man Out." SS 13.1 (2003): 12-15. Interview with Cronenberg.

82. Mathijs, Ernest. "AIDS References in the Critical Reception of David Cronenberg: 'It May Not Be Such a Bad Disease after All.'" CJ 42.4 (2003): 29-45.

83. Pomerance, Murray. "Neither Here Nor There: eXistenZ as 'Elevator Film.'" QRFV 20.1 (2003): 1-14.

84. Reiss, Jonathan. Interview. "Caught in Cronenberg's Web: A Master of Unsettling Cinema, David Cronenberg Returns with Spider." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 22-27.

85. Daves, D. Tavernier, Bertrand. "The Ethical Romantic: The Career of Delmer Dares." FC 39.1 (2003): 42-49.

86. Demme, J. Schopp, Andrew. "The Practice and Politics of 'Freeing the Look': Jonathan Demme's The Silence of the Lambs." CO 18.2 (2003): 125-51.

87. Dreyer, C. Desilets, Sean. "The Rhetoric of Passion." CO 18.2 (2003): 57-91. Looks at subjectivity and narration in The Passion of Joan of Arc.

88. Fanu, ark Le. Bewitched: Carl Dreyer's Classic Films." SS 13.7 (2003): 30-33.

89. Dupont, E. A. Guerin, Frances. "Dazzled by the Light: Technological Entertainment and Its Social Impact in Variete." CJ 42.4 (2003): 98-115.

90. Eastwood, C. Jones, Kent. "The Eastwood Variations: Clint Eastwood's Career." FC 39.5 (2003): 44-51.

91. Sickels, R. C. "Retrospectives: A Politically Correct Ethan Edwards: Clint Eastwood's The Outlaw Josey Wales." JPFT 30.4 (2003): 220-27.

92. Wooten, Adrian. "Play Madigan for Me." SS 13.11 (2003): 12-15. Examination of Mystic River.

93. Egoyan, A. Dillon, Steven. "Lyricism and Accident in The Sweet Hereafter." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 227-30.

94. Neff, Renfreu. "Ararat: Interview with Atom Egoyan." CS 10.1 (2003): 18, 21.

95. Fassbinder, R. White, Armond. "On the Waterfront: Fassbinder's Querelle." SS 13.8 (2003): 22-25.

96. Fincher, D. Friday, Krister. "'a Generation of Men Without History': Fight Club, Masculinity, and the Historical Symptom." PC 13.3 (2003).

97. Gronstad, Asbjorn. "One-Dimensional Men: Fight Club and the Poetics of the Body." FCr 28.1 (2003): 1-23.

98. Ford, J. Fitzsimmons, Lorna. "Contra Colonialism: Turning the Edge in Ford's The Hurricane." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 57-68.

99. Frears, S. Lucia, Cynthia. "The Complexities of Cultural Change: An Interview with Stephen Frears." Cin 28.4 (2003): 8-15.

100. Gilliam, T. Williams, David E. "Curse of Quixote: Lost in La Mancha Subject Terry Gilliam Discusses the Struggle of Filmmaking." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 50-52.

101. Godard, J.-L. Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "In Praise of Godard's In Praise of Love." FCr 27.3 (2003): 18-39.

102. Griffith, D. S. Epp, Michael H. "Raising Minstrelsy: Humour, Satire, and the Stereotype in The Birth of a Nation and Bambozzled." CRAS 33.1 (2003): 17-36.

103. Hancock, J. Smith, Patricia B. "The Alamo." CS 10.6 (2003): 28-29. The director talks about the new film.

104. Hathaway, H. Marion, Hugh S. "Henry Hathaway's Rawhide and the Hermetic Frontiers of Film Noir." F&H 33.2 (2003): 36-47.

105. Haynes, T. Harvey, James. "Made in Heaven: A Second Look at Far from Heaven." FC 39.2 (2003): 52-55.

106. Landy, Marcia. "'The Dream of the Gesture': The Body of/in Todd Haynes's Films." B2 30.3 (2003): 123-40.

107. James, Nick. "Magnificent Obsession." SS 13.3 (2003). On Haynes' Far from Heaven.

108. Willis, Sharon. "The Politics of Disappointment: Todd Haynes Rewrites Douglas Sirk." CO 18.3 (2003): 130-75.

109. Herzog, W. Prager, Brad. "Werner Herzog's Hearts of Darkness: Fitzcarraldo, Scream of Stone, and Beyond." QRFV 20.1 (2003): 23-35.

110. Hitchcock, A. Belton, John. "Can Hitchcock be Saved from Hitchcock Studies?" Cin 28.4 (2003): 16-21.

111. Dellolio, Peter J. "Expressionist Themes in Strangers on a Train." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 260-69.

112. Hemmeter, Thomas. "Horror Beyond the Camera: Cultural Sources of Violence in Hitchcock's Mid-Century America." PS 22.2 (2003): 7-19.

113. Leitch, Thomas. "Hitchcock without Hitchcock." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 248-59.

114. Steffen-Fluhr, Nancy. "Disabled by Desire: Body Doubles in "Rear Window" (1942), Rear Window (1954), and Rear Window (1998)." PS 22.3 (2003): 69-88.

115. Huston, J. DeBona, Guerric. "Masculinity on the Front: John Huston's The Red Badge of Courage Revisited." CJ 42.2 (2003): 57-80.

116. Jackson, P. Williams, David E. "Jackson Bound for Skull Island ... to Remake King Kong." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 6.

117. Jarman, D. Humphrey, Daniel. "Authorship, History, and the Dialectic of Trauma: Derek Jarman's The Last of England." Sc 44.2 (2003): 208-15.

118. Tweedie, James. "The Suspended Spectacle of History: The Tableau Vivand in Derek Jarman's Caravaggio." Sc 44.4 (2003): 379-403.

119. Jonze, S. Bean, Henry. "Self-Made Heroes." SS 13.3 (2003). Looks at Jonze's Adaptation.

120. Jordan, N. Grist, Leighton. "'It's Only a Piece of Meat': Gender Ambiguity, Sexuality, and Politics in The Crying Game and M. Butterfly." CJ 42.4 (2003): 3-28.

121. Neff, Renfreu. "The Good Thief: Interview with Neil Jordan." CS 10.3 (2003): 6,8,10.

122. Vincendeau, Ginette. "Gamblers Anonymous." SS 13.3 (2003). Examines Jordan's The Good Thief.

123. Zucker, Carole. "The Poetics of Point of View: Neil Jordan's The Butcher Boy." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 203-08.

124. Kaplan, N. Guikin, Lenuta. "Demystification and Webtopia in the Films of Nelly Kaplan." CJ 42.3 (2003): 96-113.

125. Kasdan, L. Longwell, Todd. Interview. "Dreamweaver: Genre Master Lawrence Kasdan Takes Plunges into the Realm of Horror with Dreamcatcher." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 20-23, 76-77.

126. Keaton, B. Ballo, Francesco. "Notes on Buster Keaton's Hard Luck." Grif73/74 (2003).

127. Kieslowski, K. Nagler, Lihi. "Singling Out the Double: Objectivity, Subjectivity, and Alterity in Kieslowski's The Double Life of Veronique." PS 22.3 (2003): 8-20.

128. Vines, Lois. "Kieslowski's Red and Camus's The Fall: Redemption of a Judge-Penitent." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 141-47.

129. Kubrick, S. Alison, Jane. "Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut: A Masque in Disguise." PS 23.1 (2003): 3-12.

130. Fry, Carrol L. "From Technology to Transcendence: Humanity's Evolutionary journey in 2001." Ex 44.3 (2003): 33143.

131. Helmetag, Charles H. "Dream Odys seys: Schnitzler's Traumnovelle and Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 276-86.

132. Whitinger, Raleigh, and Susan Ingram. "Schnitzler, Kubrick, and 'Fidelio.'" Mo 36.3 (2003): 55-72.

133. Kurosawa, A. Nordin, Kenneth D. "Images of Urea (Horses) in the Samurai Films of Akira Kurosawa." AC 14.2 (2003): 155-69.

134. Lang, F. Hall, Sara. "Trading Places: Dr. Mabuse and the Pleasure of Role Play." GQ 76.4 (2003): 381-97.

135. Kaes, Anton. "A Stranger in the House: Fritz Lang's Fury and the Cinema of Exile." NGC 89 (2003): 33-58.

136. Mennel, Barbara. "White Law and the Missing Black Body in Fritz Lang's Fury." QRFV 20.3 (2003): 203-23.

137. Winkler, Martin M. "Fritz Lang's Medievalism: From Die Niebelungen to the American West." Mo 36.1 (2003): 135-46.

138. Lee, A. Gross, Edward. "Anger Management: Director Ang Lee and His Production Team Became One with Their Star in Order to Bring The Hulk to Life." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 24-36.

139. O'Brien, Geoffrey. "Something's Gotta Give: Ang Lee's Hulk." FC 39.4 (2003): 28-30.

140. Lee, S. Barlowe, Jamie. "'You Must Never Be a Misrepresented People': Spike Lee's Bamboozled." CRAS 33.1 (2003): 1-16.

141. Massood, P. J. "The Quintessential New Yorker and Global Citizen: An Interview with Spike Lee." Cin 28.3 (2003): 4-6.

See entry under Griffith, D. W.

142. Leisen, M. Thomson, David. "You and the Night and the Music." SS 13.6 (2003): 26-29. On Mitch Leisen's Swing High, Swing Low.

143. Lubitsch, E. Gemunden, Gerd. "Space Out of Joint: Ernst Lubitsch's To Be or Not to Be." NGC 89 (2003): 59-80.

144. Lumet, S. Rapf, Joanna E. "Sidney Lumet and the Politics of the Left: The Centrality of Daniel." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 148-55.

145. Lynch, D. Coughlin, Paul. "Blue Velvet: Postmodern Parody and the Subversion of Conservative Frameworks." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 304-11.

146. Johnson, Jeff. "Pervert in the Pulpit: The Puritanical Impulse in the Films of David Lynch." JFV 55.4 (2003): 3-14.

147. Malick, T. Cohen, Hubert. "The Genesis of Days of Heaven." CJ 42.4 (2003): 46-62.

148. Mann, A. Hearne, Joanna. "The 'Ache for Home' in Anthony Mann's Devil's Doorway." F&H 33.1 (2003): 18-29.

149. Mann, M. Phillips, Kendall R. "Redeeming the Visual: Aesthetic Questions in Michael Mann's Manhunter." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 10-16.

150. Marker, C. Almeryeda, Michael. "Deciphering the Future: Marker's Remembrance of Things to Come." FC 39.3 (2003): 36.

151. Arthur, Paul. "Kino-eye: Chris Marker and Soviet Cinema." FC 39.4 (2003): 32-34.

152. Bazin, Andre. "Bazin on Marker." FC 39.4 (2003): 44-45.

153. Chaiken, Michael. "Printed Matter: Chris Marker's Early Writings." FC 39.4 (2003): 42-43.

154. Darke, Chris. "Eyesight: Chris Marker's 'Lost Works.'" FC 39.3 (2003): 48-50.

155. De Baecque, Antoine. "Marker Direct: An Interview with Chris Marker." FC 39.3 (2003): 38-41.

156. Dilorio, Sam. "Chris Marker's Early Writings." FC 39.3 (2003): 42-43.

157. --. "The Truth About Paris: Chris Marker's Le Joli Mai." FC 39.3 (2003): 46-47.

158. Hampton, Howard. "Remembrance of Revolutions Past: Chris Marker's Political Films." FC 39.3 (2003): 33-35.

159. Hoberman, J. "Postcard from the Edge: Chris Marker's Description of a Struggle." FC 39.4 (2003): 48.

160. Jones, Kent. "Time Immemorial: Chris Marker's CD-Rom Immemory." FC 39.4 (2003): 46.

161. Lee, Min. "Red Skies: Chris Marker and Slon." FC 39.4 (2003): 38-41.

162. Lupton, Catherine. "Shock of the Old: Chris Marker and New Technology." FC 39.3 (2003): 42-45.

163. --. "Terminal Replay: Resnais Revisited in Chris Marker's Level Five." Sc 44.1 (2003): 58-70.

164. Moller, Olaf. "Ghost World: Chris Marker and Japan." FC 39.4 (2004): 35-37.

165. McCarthy, T. Goldsmith, Jeff. "The Station Agent." CS 10.5 (2003): 28-29.

166. Minghella, A. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Traversing Cold Mountain." CS 10.6 (2003): 46-50.

167. Mullan, P. Crowdus, Gary. "The Sisters of No Mercy: An Interview with Peter Mullan." Cin 28.4 (2003): 26-33.

168. Nolan, C. Williams, G. Christopher. "Factualizing the Tattoo: Actualizing Personal History Through Memory in Christopher Nolan's Memento." PS 23.1 (2003): 27-36.

169. Ozu, Y. Combs, Richard. "The Poetics of Resistance: Ozu's Centennial." FC 39.5 (2003): 34-42.

170. Phillips, Alastair. "Pictures of the Past in the Present: Modernity,

Femininity, and Stardom in the Postwar Films of Ozu Yasujiro." Sc 44.2 (2003): 154-66.

171. Peckinpah, S. Baer, Bill. "Talented Bastards and Unchanged Men: Walon Green and The Wild Bunch." CS 10.6 (2003): 70-73. Screenwriter talks about the creation of the Western classic.

172. Pialat, M. Thomson, David. "Lust for Life." SS 13.8 (2003): 30-33. Overview of Maurice Pialat's career.

173. Polanski, R. Combs, Richard. "First person Singular: Polanski's The Pianist." FC 39.3 (2003): 52-53.

174. Pontecorvo, G. Prochaska, David. "That was Then, This is Now: The Battle of Algiers and After." RHR 85 (2003): 133-49.

175. Reed, P. Lovejoy, Alice. "Rules of Attraction: A Look at Down with Love." FC 39.3 (2003): 26-29.

176. Reisz, K. Riu, Carmen Perez. "An Interview with Karel Reisz." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 156-60.

177. Renoir, J. Wild, Florianne. "Colliding with History in La Bete Humaine: Reading Renoir's Cinecriture." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 111-17.

178. Riefenstahl, L. Mackenzie, Michael. "From Athens to Berlin: The 1936 Olympics and Leni Riefenstahl's Olympia." CI 29.2 (2003): 302-36.

179. Tegel, Susan. "Leni Riefenstahl's 'Gypsy Question.'" HJFRTV 23.1 (2003): 3-10.

180. Rodriguez, R. Buscombe, Edward. "Border Control." SS 13.10 (2003): 22-25. Looks at Rodriguez's Once Upon a Time in Mexico.

181. Russell, K. Gardiner, John. "Variations on a Theme of Elgar: Ken Russell the Great War, and the Television 'Life' of a Composer." HJFRTV 23.3 (2003): 195-209.

182. Sayles, J. Barr, Alan. "The Borders of Time, Place, and People in John Sayles's Lone Star." JAS 37.3 (2003): 365-74.

183. Magowan, Kim. "'Blood Only Means What You Let It': Incest and Miscegenation in Jon Sayles' Lone Star." FQ 57.1 (2003): 20-31.

184. Sultze, Kimberly. "Rewriting the West as Multi-Culturah Legend Meets Complex Histories in La Frontera in John Sayles' Lone Star." F&H 33.2 (2003): 19-25.

185. Schumacher, J. Gill, Pat. "Taking It Personally: Male Suffering in 8MM." CO 18.1 (2003): 157-87.

186. Scorsese, M. Christie, Ian. "Manhattan Asylum." SS 13.1 (2003): 20-23. On the making of Gangs of New York.

187. Scott, R. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Lost Scenes." CS 10.5 (2003): 16. Discussion of "lost scenes" from the original Alien.

188. Singer, B. Gross, Edward, David E. Williams, and Jeff Bond. "X-pocalypse Now: Bryan Singer and His band of Mutants Return to Wage War in X-Men 2." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 26-39.

189. Siodmak, R. Koepnick, Lutz. "Doubling the Double: Robert Siodmak in Hollywood." NGC 89 (2003): 81-104.

190. Soderbergh, S. Romney, Jonathan. "Future Soul." SS 13.2 (2003). Looks at Soderbergh's remake of Solaris.

Stevenson, R. See entry under Welles, O.

191. Stone, O. Jacobson, Harlan. "Semper Fidel: Oliver Stone's Comandante." FC39.3 (2003): 58-61.

192. Tarantino, Q. Konow, David. "Kill Bill." CS 10.5 (2003): 26-27. Looks at the script of Tarantino's film.

193. Norris, Chris. "Mixed Blood: Tarantino's Kill Bill Volume One." FC 39.6 (2003): 26-28.

194. O'Brien, Geoffrey. "Battle Royale: Tarantino's Kill Bill Volume One." FC 39.6 (2003): 22-25.

195. Olsen, Mark. "Turning on a Dime." SS 13.10 (2003): 12-15. Interview with the director.

196. Tavernier, B. Porton, R. "The Spirit of Resistance: An Interview with Bertrand Tavernier." Cin 282 (2003): 4-9.

197. Trier, L. von. Bjorkman, Stig. "Thieves Like Us." SS 13.7 (2003): 12-19. Interview with the director and overview of recent films at Cannes.

198. Van Sant, G. Jones, Kent. "Corridors of Powerlessness: Gus Van Sant's Elephant." FC 39.5 (2003): 28.

199. Taubin, Amy. "Part of the Problem: Gus Van Sant's Elephant." FC 39.5 (2003): 26-33. Includes an interview with the director.

200. Verhoeven, P. Martin, Ann, et al. "Show Girls Round Table." FQ 56.3 (2003): 32-46. A reassessment of Verhoeven's controversial film.

201. Vertov, D. Prunes, Mariano. "Dziga Vertov's Three Songs About Lenin (1934): A visual Tour Through the History of the Soviet Avant-Garde in the Interwar Years." Crit 45.2 (2003): 251-78.

202. Wachowski Bros. Bartlett, Laura, and Thomas B. Byers. "Back to the Future: The Humanist Matrix." CC 53 (2003): 28-46.

203. Bond, Jeff, et al. "What is The Matrix Now?" CFQ 35.3 (2003): 42-45, 48-49, 53. A series of articles on various aspects of The Matrix and its sequels.

204. Helms, Michael. "Bullet Time: The Wachowski Brothers Bring out the Big Guns for The Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 24-25, 77.

205. Kaufman, Debra. "An Expanded Mythos: The Animatrix Offers Alternate Visions of the Wachowskis' World." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 50+.

206. Waters, J. Haspel, Paul. "Roller Coasters and Civil Rights: John Waters's Hairspray and the Desegregation of the Gwynn Oak Amusement Park." SAC 26.2 (2003): 23-36.

207. Weir, P. Hammett, Jennifer. "'You Never Had a Camera Inside My Head': The Masculine Subject of the Postmodern Sublime." Crit 45.1 (2003): 75-87. Looks at the aesthetic approach of Weir's The Truman Show.

208. Welles, O. Campbell, Gardner. "The Presence of Orson Welles in Robert Stevenson's Jane Eyre." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 2-9.

209. Gagne, Nicole V. "Where is The Other Side of the Wind? Or Quien es Mas Macho: Orson Welles, John Huston, or Ernest Hemingway?" Cin 29.1 (2003): 4-7.

210. Wenders, W. Conlon, James. "Wings of Desire and the Value of Mortality." PS 23.1 (2003): 37-50.

211. Trussler, Michael. "Spectral Witnesses: The Doubled Voice in Martin Amis's Time's Arrow, Toni Morrison's Beloved, and Wire Wenders' Wings of Desire." JFA 14.1 (2003): 28-50.

Also see the following entries: 6, 8, 236, 242, 259, 297, 301, 311, 345, 359, 390, 401, 432, 439, 462, 503, 570.

DOCUMENTARY

212. Anderson, Kevin Taylor. "Toward an Anarchy of Imagery: Questioning the Categorization of Film as 'Ethnographic.'" JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 73-87.

213. Arthur, Paul. "Essay Questions: A Look at the Essay Film." FC 39.1 (2003): 58-63.

214. --. "True Confessions, Sort of: Capturing the Friedmans and the Dilemma of Theatrical Documentary." Cin 28.4 (2003): 4-7.

215. Dickinson, Adam. "The Rhythm of Happening: Antagonism and Community in Brenda Longfellow's Our Marilyn and A Balkan Journey." CJFS 12.1 (2003).

216. Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "An Interview with Albert Maysles." QRFV 20.3 (2003): 177-92.

217. Doherty, Thomas. "The Sincerest Form of Flattery: A Brief History of the Mockumentary." Cin 28.4 (2003): 22-25.

218. Falcon, Richard. "Back to Basics." SS 13.7 (2003): 28-29. Looks at a documentary about schooling in France.

219. Gallagher, Mark. "Lens on a Hard Body: Cult Documentary and Class Politics." JFV 55.4 (2003): 30-40.

220. Kinder, Marsha. "Uncanny Visions of History: Two Experimental Documentaries From Transnational Spain." FQ 56.3 (2003): 12-24.

221. Nicholson, Heather Norris. "British Holiday Films of the Mediterranean: At Home and Abroad with Home Movies." FH 15.2 (2003): 152-65.

222. Rony, Fatimah Tobing. "The Quick and the Dead: Surrealism and the Found Ethnographic Footage Films of Bontoc Eulogy and Mother Dao: The Turtlelike." CO 18.1 (2003): 129-55.

223. Scott, K. D. "Popularizing Science and Nature Programming: The Role of Spectacle in Contemporary Wildlife Documentary." JPFT 31.1 (2003): 29-35.

224. Smith, Adrian. "Humphrey Jennings' Heart of Britain (1941): A Reassessment." HJFRTV 23.2 (2003): 133-51.

225. Stone, Melinda. "'If It Moves, We'll Shoot It': The San Diego Amateur Movie Club." FH 15.2 (2003): 220-37.

226. Utterson, Andrew. "Destination Digital: Documentary Representation and the Virtual Travelogue." QRFV 20.3 (2003): 193-202.

227. Vande Winkel, Roel. "The Auxiliary Cruiser, Thor's Death, and Transfiguration: A Case Study in Nazi Newsreel Propaganda in the Second World War." HJFRTV 23.3 (2003): 211-29.

228. Varga, Darrell. "Locating the Artist in Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould." CJFS 12.2 (2003).

229. White, Jerry. "Arguing with Ethnography: The Films of Bob Quinn and Pierre Perrault." CJ 42.2 (2003): 101-24.

Also see the following entries: 178, 179, 291, 608, 631, 642.

FILM AND ALLIED ARTS (includes Film and Literature)

230. Aragay, Mireia. "Possessing Jane Austen: Fidelity, Authorship, and Patricia Rozema's Mansfield Park." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 177-85.

231. Argent, Daniel. "Chicago: Bill Condon Reinvents Roxie Hart for the Big Screen." CS 10.1 (2003): 48-50.

232. Baer, Bill. "The Exorcist: A Conversation with William Peter Blatty." CS 10.5 (2003): 64-68.

233. Baker, Bill. "In a League of His Own: Alan Moore on Film and His League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Comics." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 18-21. An interview.

234. --. "Tomorrow People: Key Creatives Behind the 'X-Men' Comics Sound Off." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 32.

235. Bleach, Anthony C. "Hooray for Hollywood: The Creation of an Israeli National Identity in Amox Oz's Panther in the Basement." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 50-56. On the role of film technology in the Oz novel.

236. Burnett, Mark Thornton. "'To Hear and See the Matter': Communicating Technology in Michael Almereyda's Hamlet." CJ 42.3 (2003): 48-69.

237. Caps, John. "Soundtracks 101: Essential Movie Music." FC 39.6 (2003): 31-49.

238. Cardwell, Sarah. "About Time: Theorizing Adaptation, Temporality, and Tense." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 82-92.

239. Carroll, Laura. "A Consideration of Time and Seasons: Two Jane Austen Adaptations." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 169-76.

240. Cavanagh, Dermot. "Nation and Narration; Rewriting The Field." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 93-98. Examines the film adaptation of the play in light of Irish nationalism.

241. Chumo, Peter N., II. "Not a Long Shot: Laura Hillenbrand's Seabiscuit Makes the Leap to the Big Screen." CS 10.4 (2003): 58-63.

242. Digou, Mike. "Hitchcock's MacGuffin in the Works of David Mamet." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 270-75.

243. Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "The Three Film Versions of The Great Gatsby: A Vision Deferred." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 287-94.

244. Eaton, Michael. "How to be Good." SS 13.7 (2003): 20-23. On a recent adaptation of Dickens' Nicholas Nickelby.

245. Fahy, Thomas. "Killer Culture: Classical Music and the Art of Killing in Silence of the Lambs and Se7en." JPC 37.1 (2003): 28-42.

246. Goldsmith, David F. "American Splendor." CS 10.4 (2003): 26-28. Looks at the adaptation of Harvey Pekar's comic books to the screen.

247. Gross, Edward. "A Film without Fear: Daredevil Bows as the First of the Year's Big-screen Comic Book Adaptations, but Can It Live up to Expectations?" CFQ 35.1 (2003): 30-49.

248. Hall Mary Katherine. "The Reification of High Culture in Merchant-Ivory's Howards End." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 221-26.

249. Jays, David. "24 Hour Party People." SS 13.10 (2003): 20-21. Looks at the adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies.

250. Johnston, Sheila. "Day in the Life." SS 13.2 (2003). Examines the new film on Virginia Woolf, The Hours.

251. Kranz, David L. "The English Patient: Critics, Audiences, and the Quality of Fidelity." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 99-110. On the adaptation of the novel to film.

252. Krueger, Cheryl. "Being Madame Bovary." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 162-67. Compares several adaptations of the Flaubert novel.

253. Leitch, Thomas M. "Twelve Fallacies in Contemporary Adaptation Theory." Crit 45.2 (2003): 149-71.

254. Ma, Sheng-mei. "Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'Chopsticks' Musicals." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 17-26.

255. Marvin, Tom. "'Who am I This Time?' Kurt Vonnegut and the Film Mother Night." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 231-36.

256. Massood, P. J. "Doyle's Law" An Interview with David Benioff." Cin 28.3 (2003): 8-10. Discusses the adaptation of his novel The 25th Hour.

257. Metz, Walter. "Have You Written a Ford, Lately?: Gender, Genre, and the Film Adaptations of Dorothy Johnson's Western Literature." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 209-20.

258. Parrill, Sue. "Not the Bluebird of Happiness: Bird Imagery in the Film Mansfield Park." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 186-92.

259. Raw, Laurence. "Horrific Henry James: Michael Winner's The Nightcomers." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 193-98.

260. Santos-Phillips, Eva. "Power of the Body in the Novella The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Erendira and of Her Heartless Grandmother and the Film Erendira." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 118-23.

261. Slethaug, Gordon E. "Hurricanes and Fires: Chaotics in Sherman Alexie's Smoke Signals and The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 130-40. On the adaptation of the short stories about the clash between white and Indian cultures.

262. Shewman, Den. "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen." CS 10.4 (2003): 3233. Looks at the adaptation of the comic book for the screen.

263. --. "Pirates of the New Sensibilities: Terry Rossio and Ted Elliott." CS 10.4 (2003): 48-52. Looks at the problems of adapting a theme park ride to film.

264. Tibbetts, John C. "House of Mirth: Rooms with a View." LFQ 31.3 (2003): 199-202.

265. Tobias, James. "Cinema, Scored: Toward a Comparative Methodology for Music in Media." FQ 57.2 (2003): 26-36.

Also see the following entries: 40, 67, 68, 69, 70, 73, 79, 93, 98, 114, 115, 128, 131, 132, 177, 181, 208, 211, 300, 303, 305, 338, 401, 484, 518, 625.

FILM HISTORY (includes Film Preservation)

266. Arnulf, Albert. "Henri Chretien (1879-1956)." FH 15.1 (2003): 5-10.

267. Bottomore, Stephen. "'Weather Cloudy--No Sun': Filming in Britain for the Edison Company in 1913. From Charles Brabin's Diary." FH 15.4 (2003): 403-35. Includes a filmography of Brabin's European films.

268. Burrows, Jon. "Girls on Film: The Musical Matrices of Film Stardom in Early British Cinema." Sc 44.3 (2003): 314-25.

269. Collinson, Naomi. "The Legacy of Max Schach." FH 15.3 (2003): 376ff.

270. Frye, Brian. "The Accidental Preservationist: An Interview with Bill Brand." FH 15.2 (2003): 214-19.

271. Goode, Ian. "A Pattern of Inheritances: Alan Bennett, Heritage, and British Film and Television." Sc 44.3 (2003): 295-313.

272. Gregg, Ronald. "Gay Culture, Studio Publicity, and the Management of Star Discourse: The Homosexualization of William Haines in Pre-Code Hollywood." QRFV 20.2 (2003): 81-97.

273. Griffiths, A. "'Shivers Down Your Spine': Panoramas and the Origins of the Cinematic Reenactment." Sc 44.1 (2003): 1-37.

274. Halachmi, Joseph. "'And He is of the Seed of the Jews.'" Grif 73/74 (2003). On early religious film.

275. Hammond, Michael. "Laughter During Wartime: Comedy and the Language of Trauma in British Cinema Regulation in 1917." Sc 44.2 (2003): 222-28.

276. Jones, Janna. "From Forgotten Film to a Film Archive: The Curious History of From Stump to Ship." FH 15.2 (2003): 193-202.

277. Kafka, Hans. "What Our Immigration Did for Hollywood--And Vice Versa." NGC 89 (2003): 185.

278. Kattelle, Alan D. "The Amateur Cinema League and Its Films." FH 15.2 (2003): 238-51.

279. Kissel, Laura. "Lost, Found, and Remade: An Interview with Archivist and Filmmaker Carolyn Faber." FH 15.2 (2003): 208-13.

280. Konow, David. "Growing Up Mank." CS 10.6 (2003): 61-64. Tom Mankiewicz recalls growing up in Hollywood amid the studio system.

281. Koszarski, Richard. "'The Greatest Film Paramount Ever Made.'" FH 13.4 (2003): 436-43.

282. Lagos, Tasso G. "Film Exhibition in Seattle, 1897-1912: Leisure Activity in a Scraggly, Smelly Frontier Town." HJFRTV 23.2 (2003): 101-15.

283. Lawrence, Amy. "Counterfeit Motion: The Animated Films of Eadweard Muybridge." FQ 57.2 (2003): 15-25.

284. Lerner, Jesse. "Consumed by a Fever: The Small-gauge Cinema of Orizaba's Sergio Tinoco Solar." FH 15.2 (2003): 203-07.

285. Massa, Steve. "Alice Howell and Gale Henry: Queens of Eccentric Comedy." Grif 73/74 (2003). Includes a filmography.

286. Mebold, Anke, and Charles Tepperman. "Resurrecting the Lost History of 28mm Film in North America." FH 15.2 (2003): 137-51.

287. Moore, Paul S. "Nathan L. Nathanson Introduces Canadian Odeon: Producing National Competition in Film Exhibition." CJFS 12.2 (2003).

288. Pirie, Gordon H. "Cinema and British Imperial Civil Aviation, 1919-1939." HJFRTV 23.2 (2003): 117-31.

289. Rist, Peter. "Camera Movement in Japanese Silent Films." AC 14.2 (2003): 197-205.

290. Santo, Avi. "Film Chronicles in Montreal's La Presse, 1906-1908." CJFS 12.1 (2003). Examines early film advertising.

291. Schneider, Alexandra. "Home Movie-Making and Swiss Expatriate Identities in the 1920s and 1930s." FH 15.2 (2003): 166-76.

292. Spadoni, Robert. "The Uncanny Body of Early Sound Film." VLT 51 (2003): 4-16.

293. Steven, Peter. "Pleasing the Canadians: A National Flavour for Early Cinema, 1892-1914." CJFS 12.2 (2003).

294. Streible, Dan. "Itinerant Filmmakers and Amateur Casts: A Homemade 'Our Gang,' 1926." FH 15.2 (2003): 177-92.

295. Swanson, Dwight. "Inventing Amateur Film: Marion Norris Gleason, Eastman Kodak and the Rochester Scene." FH 15.2 (2003): 126-36.

296. Vande Winkel, Roel. "Nazi Germany's Fritz Hippler, 1909-2002." HJFRTV 23.2 (2003): 91-99.

297. Wallace, Michele Faith. "The Good Lynching and The Birth of a Nation: Discourses and Aesthetics of Jim Crow." CJ 43.1 (2003): 85-104.

298. Waller, Gregory A. "Robert Southard and the History of Traveling Film Exhibition." FQ 57.2 (2003): 2-14.

299. Waters, Theodore. "Out with a Moving Picture Machine." FH 15.4 (2003): 396-402.

300. Welsch, Tricia. "Strange Bedfellows: Upton Sinclair Presents William Fox." Grif 73/74 (2003).

Also see the following entries: 18, 38, 47, 201, 302, 314, 397, 417, 459, 475, 477, 586, 592, 609.

GENRE

301. Arthur, P. "How the West was Spun: McCabe and Mrs. Miller and Genre Revisionism." Cin 28.3 (2003): 18-20.

302. Biesen, Sheri Chinen. "Joan Harrison, Virginia Van Upp and Women Behind the Scenes in Wartime Film Noir." QRFV 20.2 (2003): 125-44.

303. Bond, Jeff, and Stanley Manders. "It Is Legend: With The Omega Man, Author Richard Matheson's Classic Sci-fi Horror Yarn was Retold for the Times." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 55-67.

304. Briggs, J. B. "Who dat Man? Shaft and the 'Blaxploitation' Genre." Cin 28.2 (2003): 24-29.

305. Brooks, Lawrence. "The Calm Before the Squid: How the Creators of Walt Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Battled Their Famous Beast--Twice." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 54-61.

306. Caron, Caroline-Isabelle. "Translating Trek: Rewriting An American Icon in a Francophone Context." JAC 26.3 (2003): 329-55.

307. Cohen, Hubert I. "Wyatt Earp at the O. K. Corral: Six Versions." JAC 26.2 (2003): 204-23.

308. Costello, Matthew. "Rewriting High Noon: Transformations in American Popular Political Culture During the Cold War." F&H 33.1 (2003): 30-40.

309. Covey, William. "The Genre Don't Know Where It Came From: African-American Neo-Noir Since the 1960s." JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 59-72.

310. Dimendberg, Ed. "Siegfried Kracauer, 'Hollywood's Terror Films,' and the Spatiality of Film Noir." NGC 89 (2003): 113-44.

311. Divine, Christian. "House of 1,000 Corpses: Interview with Rob Zombie." CS 10.2 (2003): 18-21.

312. Druick, Zoe. "'Non-Theatrical with Dreams of Theatrical': Paradoxes of a Canadian Semi-Documentary Film Noir." CJFS 12.2 (2003).

313. Foertsch, Jacqueline. "Incredible Shrinkage: The Perils of Patriotism in 1960s spy Films." SPC 25.3 (2003).

314. Gaberscek, Carlo. "Redskin: On Location at Canyon de Chelly and Acoma Pueblo." Grif 73/74 (2003).

315. Garcia, Frank. "Big Dig: Director Jon Amiel and Company Journey to the Center of the Earth in The Core." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 50-52.

316. Goldberg, Carl, and Virginia Crespo. "A Psychological Examination of Serial Killer Cinema: The Case of Copycat." PS 22.2 (2003): 55-63.

317. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Jacking into The Matrix: Developing a Classic." CS 10.3 (2003): 32-37.

318. --. "The Terminator vs. the Hollywood Cyborgs." CS 10.4 (2003): 69-73. Writers for the series recall the genesis of the first film.

319. Gonder, Patrick. "Like a Monstrous Jigsaw Puzzle: Genetics and Race in Horror Films of the 1950s." VLT 52 (2003): 33-44.

320. Grady, Frank. "Arnoldian Humanism, or Amnesia and Autobiography in the Schwarzenegger Action Film." CJ 42.2 (2003): 41-56.

321. Gross, Edward. "Hulk Smash: Strong Audience Awareness May Add Box-office Muscle to The Hulk." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 43.

322. --. "Rat Race: The Re-making of Willard Has Proved to be a Maze-like Challenge for Genre Veterans." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 40-43.

323. Hantke, Steffen. "In the Belly of the Mechanical Beast: Technological Environments in the Alien Films." JPC 36.3 (2003): 518-46.

324. --. "Monstrosity without a Body: Representational Strategies in the Popular Serial Killer Film." PS 22.2 (2003): 34-54.

325. Harris, Oliver. "Film Noir Fascination: Outside History, but Historically So." CJ 43.1 (2003): 3-24.

326. Hearne, J. "'The Cross-Heart People': Race and Inheritance in the Silent Western." JPFT 30.4 (2003): 181-96.

327. Howe, Winona. "Professional Women--Women in The Professionals." F&H 33.2 (2003): 12-18.

328. Humphries, Reynold. "On the Road Again: Rehearsing the Death Drive in Modern Realist Horror Cinema." PS 22.2 (2003): 64-80.

329. James, Nick. "Darkness Falls." SS 13.10 (2003): 16-19. Looks at the post-apocalyptic film Time of the Wolves.

330. --, and Mark Kermode. "Horror Movie." SS 13.2 (2003). Examines the recent film Irreversible.

331. Keller, Alexandra. "Historical Discourse and American Identity in Westerns Since the Reagan Administration." F&H 33.1 (2003): 47-54.

332. Kermode, Mark. "What a Carve Up!" SS 13.12 (2003): 12-17. Looks at recent remakes of 1970s horror films.

333. Kracauer, Siegfried. "Hollywood's Terror Films: Do They Reflect an American State of Mind?" NGC 89 (2003): 105-12. Reprint of classical piece on American horror.

334. Langford, Barry. "Revisiting the 'Revisionist' Western." F&H 33.2 (2003): 26-35.

335. Loy, R. P. "Soldiers in Stetsons: B-Westerns Go to War." JPFT 30.4 (2003): 197-205.

336. McIntyre, Gina. "Waking the Dead: Rob Zombie's Long-awaited horror Romp House of 1,000 Corpses." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 20-21.

337. Menendez, Francisco. "28 Days Later." CS 10.4 (2003): 34-35. Looks at the updating of the zombie formula.

338. Morris, Christopher. "The Reflexivity of the Road Film." FCr 28.1 (2003): 24-52.

339. Nachbar, Jack. "A Century on the Trail." JPFT 30.4 (2003): 178-80.

340. O'Leary, Brian. "Camera Movements in Hollywood's Westering Genre: A Functional Semiotic Approach." Crit 45.2 (2003): 197-222.

341. Osgerby, B. "Sleazy Riders: Exploitation, 'Otherness,' and Transgression in the 1960s Biker Movie." JPFT 31.3 (2003): 98-108.

342. Osmond, Andrew. "In the Hot Zone: Danny Boyle Injects the Zombie Mythos with Biohazardous Theses in 28 Days Later." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 38-40.

343. Peek, W. C. "The Romance of Competence: Rethinking Masculinity in the Western." JPFT 30.4 (2003): 206-19.

344. Pelizzon, V. Penelope, and Nancy West. "'A Perfect Double Down to the Last Detail': Photography and the Identity of Film Noir." PS 22.3 (2003): 34-45.

345. Persons, Dan. "Heroics from Hell: Director Guillermo del Toro Reveals His Plans for Hellboy." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 48.

346. Quiring, Loren. "Dead Men Walking: Consumption and Agency in the Western." F&H 33.1 (2003): 41-46.

347. Rombes, Nicholas. "A through S(e7en): A Racial Taxonomy of Serial Killer Cinema." PS 22.2 (2003): 81-91.

348. Romney, Jonathan. "Everywhere and Nowhere." SS 13.7 (2003): 24-27. Looks at the popularity of the Matrix films.

349. Sanfilip, T. "Retrospectives: Errol Flynn, Cuba, and Film Noir: Revisioning The Big Boodle." JPFT 31.3 (2003): 141-44.

350. Sanjek, David. "The Doll and the Whip: Pathos and Ballyhoo in William Castle's Homicidal." QRFV 20.4 (2003): 247-63.

351. Shu, Y. "Reading the Kung Fu Film in an American Context: From Bruce Lee to Jackie Chan." JPFT 31.2 (2003): 50-59.

352. Smith-Shomade, Beretta E. "'Rock-a-Bye, Baby!': Black Women Disrupting Gangs and Constructing Hip-Hop Gangsta Films." CJ 42.2 (2003): 25-40.

353. Smyth, J. E. "Cimarron: The New Western History in 1931." F&H 33.1 (2003): 9-17.

354. Stacey, Jackie. "She is not Herself: The Deviant Relations of Alien Resurrection." Sc 44.3 (2003): 251-76.

355. Telotte, J. P. "Doing Science in Machine-Age Horror: The Mummy's Case." SFS 30.2 (2003): 217-30.

356. Thompson, Kristin. "Fantasy, Franchises, and Frodo Baggins: The Lord of the Rings and Modern Hollywood." VLT 52 (2003): 45-63.

357. Turek, Ryan. "The New Face of Horror: Gory Days are Here Again." CS 10.5 (2003): 44-48.

358. Turner, Matthew R. "Cowboys and Comedy: The Simultaneous Deconstruction and Reinforcement of Generic Conventions in the Western Parody." F&H 33.2 (2003): 48-54.

359. Williams, G. Christopher. "Mastering the Real: Trinity as the 'Real' Hero of The Matrix." FCr 27.3 (2003): 2-17.

360. Worland, Rick. "Faces Behind the Mask: Vincent Price, Dr. Phibes, and the Horror Genre in Transition." PS 22.2 (2003): 20-33.

361. Yunis, Susan, and Tammy Ostrander. "Tales Your Mother Never Told You: Aliens and the Horrors of Motherhood." JFA 14.1 (2003): 68-76.

Also see the following entries: 3, 5, 15, 17, 21, 53, 104, 112, 116, 125, 130, 138, 142, 143, 148, 171, 184, 187, 188, 205, 217, 231, 232, 233, 234, 257, 268, 285, 382, 389, 523, 565, 567, 578, 581, 583, 588, 612, 620, 625, 630, 635, 638, 644, 649.

INDEPENDENT AND EXPERIMENTAL

362. Baker, George. "Entr'acte." Oct 105 (2003): 159-65.

363. Cross, Vida. "A Sister in Cinema: An Interview with Yvonne Welbon." JFV 55.4 (2003): 41-44.

364. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Pieces of April." CS 10.5 (2003): 24. Examines digital video from the Sundance Film Festival.

365. --. "The 2003 Sundance Film Festival." CS 10.2 (2003): 26-28.

366. MacDonald, Scott. "The Filmmaker as Visionary: Excerpts from an Interview with Stan Brakhage." FQ 56.3 (2003): 2-11.

367. --. "Hollywood Outsider-Insider: An Interview with Chuck Workman." FQ 57.1 (2003): 2-10.

368. McCall, Anthony. "Line Describing a Cone and Related Films." Oct 103 (2003): 42-62.

369. Plate, S. Brent. "Between Cinema and a Hard Place: Gary Hill's Video Art Between Words and Images." Crit 45.1 (2003): 109-27.

370. Taubin, Amy, Gavin Smith, and Rachel Rosen. "Festivals: Sundance." FC 39.2 (2003): 65-70.

371. Turvey, Malcolm. "Dada Between Heaven and Hell: Abstraction and Universal Language in the Rhythm Films of Hans Richter." Oct 105 (2003): 13-36.

372. Walley, Jonathan. "The Material of Film and the Idea of Cinema: Contrasting Practices in Sixties and Seventies Avant-Garde Film." Oct 103 (2003): 15-30.

373. West, Joan M., Dennis West, and Anne Gilbert. "Splendid Misery: An Interview with Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman." Cin 28.4 (2003): 4043.

Also see the following entry: 506.

INDUSTRY/EXHIBITION

374. Golden, Mike. "Mr. Devil Goes to Town: An Evening with Harvey Weinstein." CS 10.4 (2003): 18-19. Interview with the head of Miramax.

375. Spaulding, Jeffrey. "One Wedding, Many Funerals: The 28th Annual Grosses Gloss." FC 39.2 (2003): 57-60.

376. Wang, Shujen. "Recontextualizing Copyright: Piracy, Hollywood, the State, and Globalization." CJ 43.1 (2003): 25-43.

377. Wharton, David Michael. "The New 'B' Market: In the Trenches of Direct-to-Video." CS 10.6 (2003): 56-60.

Also see the following entries: 280, 282, 356, 392, 458, 471, 513.

INTERNATIONAL

378. Anon. "Spanish Filmmakers Forum." Cin 29.1 (2003): 62-64. A collection of comments by contemporary Spanish filmmakers on the state of their industry.

379. Apostolidis, Persephone Tsilentis. "Female Presence and Male Absence: Recent Films by Greek Women." FCr 27.2 (2003): 43-58.

380. Atkinson, Michael. "Trouble Every Day: The Career of Andrzej Zulawski." FC 39.1 (2003): 38-41.

381. Barr, Berlin. "Too Close, Too Far: Cultural Composition in Straub and Huillet's Too Early, Too Late." CO 18.2 (2003): 1-25.

382. Baskett, Michael. "Dying for a Laugh: Post-1945 Japanese Service Comedies." HJFRTV 23.4 (2003): 291-310.

383. Baugh, Scott L. "Changing of the Guard: Pinche Pintas and 'Family'/Familia in Contemporary Chicano Film." JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 3-21.

384. Berry, Michael. "Cultural Fallout: An Interview with Jia Zhangke." FC 39.2 (2003): 61-64.

385. Berumen, Enrique. "From Aztlan to Hollywood ... and Back: A Conversation with Filmmaker Jesus Trevino." JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 22-28.

386. Chang, Chris. "Festivals: New Directors/New Films." FC 39.3 (2003): 66-69.

387. Chaudhuri, S. "The Open Image: Poetic Realism and the New Iranian Cinema." Sc 44.1 (2003): 38-57.

388. Chibnall, Stephen. "Eurocentric: Edinburgh 2003." SS 13.9 (2003): 12-15.

389. Chopra, Anupama, and J. Geetha. "Bollywood Ending." SS 13.6 (2003): 30-33. On the attraction of Hindi musicals.

390. Clandfield, Peter. "Bridgespotting, Lepage, Hitchcock, and Landmarks in Canadian Film." CJFS 12.1 (2003).

391. Cleveland, Les. "What They Liked: Movies and Modernity Downunder." JPC 36.4 (2003): 756-79.

392. Constantinidis, Stratos E. "The Greek Studio System (1950-1970)." FCr 27.2 (2003): 9-30.

393. Crouse, Edward E. "Eye Poison: The Films of James Fotopoulos." FC 39.2 (2003): 48-50.

394. Darke, Chris. "Festivals: Berlin--Another Film, Another Planet." FC 39.3 (2003): 62-65.

395. Davis, Darrel William. "Compact Generation: VCD Markets in Asia." HJFRTV 23.2 (2003): 165-76.

396. Donmez-Colin, Gonul. "New Turkish Cinema--Individual Tales of Common Concerns." AC 14.1 (2003): 138-45.

397. Doyle, Barry. "The Geography of Cinemagoing in Great Britain, 1934-1994: A Comment." HJFRTV 23.1 (2003): 59-71.

398. Fox, Daniel. "For Fun and The Killer: Directions in Chinese Cinema." LFQ 31.2 (2003): 124-29.

399. Fuentes, Maria Jose Gamez. "Women in Spanish Cinema: 'Raiders of the Missing Mother'?" Cin 29.1 (2003): 38-43.

400. Georgakas, Dan. "Greek Cinema for Beginners: A Thumbnail History." FCr 27.2 (2003): 2-8.

401. Gilbey, Ryan, and Nick James. "Written on the Body: Young Adam." SS 13.9 (2003): 16-19. Looks at making of D. MacKenzie's new film.

402. Goodman, Lanie. "Archbishop Inquisitor." SS 13.8 (2003): 18-21. On the shooting of a new Irish film.

403. Hall, Randall. "German Film, Aufgehoben: Ensembles of Transnafional Cinema." NGC 87 (2002): 7-46.

404. Havis, Richard James. "Changing the Face of Chinese Cinema: An Interview with Chen Kaige." Cin 29.1 (2003): 8-11.

405. Heller, D. "Russian 'Sitkom' Adaptation: The Pushkin Principle." JPFT 31.2 (2003): 60-72.

406. Helman, Anat. "Hollywood in an Israeli Kibbutz: Going to the Movies in 1950s Afikim." HJFRTV 23.2 (2003): 153-63.

407. Heredero, Carlos. "New Creators for the New Millennium: Transforming the Directing Scene in Spain." Cin 29.1 (2003): 32-39.

408. Horton, Andrew. "Desperately Seeking Screenplays: Five Contemporary Greek Films Considered." FCr 27.2 (2003): 31-42.

409. Hung, Lee Wood. "Natural Culturalism in The Ballad of Narayama: A Study of Shohei Imamura's Thematic Concerns." AC 14.1 (2003): 146-66.

410. Indiana, Gary. "Minority Report: Elia Suleiman's Divine Intervention." FC 39.1 (2003): 28-31.

411. Iordanova, Dina. "East of Eden: Goodbye, Lenin!." SS 13.8 (2003): 26-29. Looks at recent films from the former East Germany.

412. Jackel, Anne. "Dual Nationality Film Productions in Europe after 1945." HJFRTV 23.3 (2003): 231-43.

413. James, Nick. "Keeping It Clean." SS 13.3 (2003). Looks at the new Irish film The Magdalene Sisters.

414. Jha, Priya. "Lyrical Nationalism: Gender, Friendship, and Excess in 1970s Hindi Cinema." VLT 51 (2003): 43-53.

415. Johnston, Ruth D. "The Jewish Closet in Europa, Europa." CO 18.1 (2003): 1-33.

416. --. "Lone Wolves at the Door of History: Central Asian Cinema." FC 39.3 (2003): 54-57.

417. Keating, Patrick. "The Fictional Worlds of Neorealism." Crit 45.1 (2003): 11-30.

418. Knee, Adam. "Gendering the Thai Economic Crisis: The Films of Pen-ek Ratanaruang." AC 14.2 (2003): 102-22.

419. Koepnick, Lutz. "Reframing the Past: Heritage Cinema and Holocaust in the 1990s." NGC 87 (2002): 47-82.

420. Kong, Shuyu. "Big Shot from Beijing: Feng Xiaogang's He Sui Pian and Contemporary Chinese Commercial Film." AC 14.1 (2003): 175-87.

421. Kopp, Kristin. "Exterritorialized Heritage in Caroline Link's Nirgendwo in Afrika." NGC 87 (2002): 106-32.

422. Kwon, Jae-Woong, and Anne Ciecko. "Memory and Amnesia: An Interview with Korean Director Seong-Wook Moon." AC 14.1 (2003): 188-95.

423. Lopate, Phillip. "Festivals: New York--Autumn of the Patriarchs." FC 39.6 (2003): 59-61.

424. Lovejoy, Alice. "Festivals: San Francisco--Primary Colors." FC 39.4 (2003): 65-67.

425. Ma, Jean Y. "Doubled Lives, Dissimulated History: Hou Hsiao-hsien's Good Men, Good Women." PS 22.3 (2003): 2133.

426. Ma, Ning. "Signs of Angst and Hope: History and Melodrama in Chinese Fifth-Generation Cinema." Sc 44.2 (2003): 183-99.

427. Macnab, Geoffrey. "Killing Me Softly." SS 13.12 (2003): 24-25. Looks at new work from the director of Dogme.

428. Majumdar, Neepa. "Doubling, Stardom, and Melodrama in Indian Cinema: The 'Impossible' Role of Nargis." Post Script 22.3 (2003): 89-103.

429. Marciniak, Katarzyna. "Transnational Anatomies of Exile and Abjection in Milcho Manchevski's Before the Rain." CJ 43.1 (2003): 63-84.

430. Margary, John. "Shock to the System: Aristarain's Time of Revenge." FC 39.6 (2003): 55-58.

431. Marks, Laura. "What is That and between Arab Women and Video?" CO 18.3 (2003): 40-69.

432. Matheou, Demetrius. "A Good Place to Die." SS 13.2 (2003). Interview/essay with Mexican filmmaker Carlos Reygadas.

433. Mayer, V. "Living Telenovelas/Telenovelizing Life: Mexican-American Girls' Identities and Transnational Telenovelas." JoC 53.3 (2003): 479-95.

434. Mayne, Judith. "Interview with Midi Onodera." QRFV 20.1 (2003): 53-62.

435. Mazierska, Ewa. "The Redundant Male: Representations of Masculinity in Polish Postcommunist Cinema." JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 29-43.

436. McDonald, Keiko. "A Woman Director's Rising Star: The First Two Films of Hisako Matsui." AC 14.2 (2003): 55-74.

437. McGee, Laura G. "Revolution in the Studio? The DEFA's Fourth Generation of Directors and Their Reform Efforts in the Last Decade of the GDR." FH 15.4 (2003): 444-64.

438. Mennel, Barbara. "Bruce Lee in Kreuzbeg and Scarface in Altona: Transnational Auteurism and Ghettocentrism in Thomas Arslan's Brothers and Sisters and Faith Akin's Short Sharp Shock." NGC 87 (2002): 133-56.

439. Millan, Juan Antonio Perez. "Women Are Also the Future: Women Directors in Recent Spanish Cinema." Cin 29.1 (2003): 50-55.

440. Moller, Olaf. "Festivals: Venice--A Specter Called Knowledge." FC 39.6 (2003): 62-64.

441. Moltke, Johannes von. "Heimat and History: Viehjud Levi." NGC 87 (2002): 83-105.

442. --. "Home Again: Revisiting the New German Cinema in Edwar Reitz's Die Zweite Heimat." CJ 42.3 (2003): 114-43.

443. Mu, Aili. "Imaginary Constructs as Instruments of Critical Engagement: Titanic Reference in Zhang Yimou's The Road Home." AC 14.2 (2003): 35-54.

444. Mundo, Clodualdo del, Jr. "Philippine Movies in 2001: The Film Industry is Dead! Long Live Philippine Cinema." AC 14.1 (2003): 167-74.

445. Nayar, S. J. "Dreams, Dharma, and Mrs. Doubtfire: Exploring Hindi Popular Cinema via Its 'Chutneyed' Western Scripts." JPFT 31.2 (2003): 73-82.

446. Olsen, Mark, Nicole Armour, and Gavin Smith. "Festivals: Toronto." FC 39.6 (2003): 65-69.

447. Orlando, Valerie. "From Rap to Rai in the Mixing Bowl: Beur Hip-Hop Culture and Banlieue Cinema in Urban France." JPC 36.3 (2003): 395-415.

448. Park, Seung Hyun. "New Tawainese Cinema and Its Historical Meanings." AC 14.2 (2003): 123-44.

449. Paz, Maria Antonia. "The Spanish Remember: Movie Attendance During the Franco Dictatorship." HJFRTV 23.4 (2003): 357-74.

450. Pock-rey, Cho. "The Emperor of Shanghai Movies of the 1930s." AC 14.2 (2003): 206-12.

451. Podalsky, Laura. "Affecting Legacies: Historical Memory and Contemporary Structures of Feeling in Madagascar and Amores Perros." Sc 44.3 (2003): 27794.

452. Prusin, Alexander V., and Scott C. Zeman. "Taming Russia's Wild East: The Central Asian Historical-Revolutionary Film as Soviet Orientalism." HJFRTV 23.3 (2003): 259-70.

453. Rascaroli, L. "New Voyages to Italy: Postmodern Travelers and the Italian Road Film." Sc 44.1 (2003): 71-91.

454. Rayns, Tony. "Puppet Love." SS 13.6 (2003): 18-21. Looks at the various influences on the work of Kitano Takeshi.

455. --. "The Times LFF Luck of the Drawn Blade." SS 13.11 (2003): 20-23. On the remake of Zatoichi.

456. Reynaud, Berenice. "Modern Times: The New Wave of Sixth Generation Chinese Filmmakers." FC 39.5 (2003): 55-65.

457. --. "Up from the Underground: Zhang Yuan." FC 39.5 (2003): 58-59.

458. Riambau, Esteve. "Public Money and Private Business (or How to Survive Hollywood's Imperialism): Film Production in Spain (1984-2002)." Cin 29.1 (2003): 56-61.

459. Richards, Helen. "Memory Reclamation of Cinema Going in bridgend, South Wales, 1930-1960." HJFRTV 23.4 (2004): 341-55.

460. Romney, Jonathan. "Last Exit to Helsinki: The Career of Aki Kaurismaki." FC 39.2 (2003): 43-47.

461. Said, S. F. "Zero Gravity--Conversation with Elia Suleiman." SS 13.1 (2003): 16-18.

462. Santaolalla, Isabel. "The Representation of Ethnicity and 'Race' in Contemporary Spanish Cinema." Cin 29.1 (2003): 44-49.

463. Serper, Zvika. "Eroticism in Itami's The Funeral and Tampopo." CJ 42.3 (2003): 70-95.

464. Sharrett, Chris. "The World That is Known: An Interview with Michael Haneke." Cin 28.3 (2003): 28-31.

465. Shiau, Hong Chi, and John A. Lent. "Taiwan's Cuckoo's Nest and the New Labor Situation." AC 14.1 (2003): 90-106.

466. Stephens, Chuck. "Festivals: Vancouver--Eastern Division Highlights." FC 39.1 (2003): 68-69.

467. Stokes, Lisa Odham, and Michael Hoover. "Food Fight, Food Fight: Culture and Economy in Chicken and Duck Talk." AC 14.2 (2003): 170-79.

468. Taubin, Amy. "Festivals: Tribeca-Casino." FC 39.4 (2003): 64.

469. --, Mary Corliss, Kent Jones, Richard Pena, and Gavin Smith. "Festivals: Cannes." FC 39.4 (2003): 52-62.

470. Tierney, Dolores. "Gender Relations and Mexican Cultural Nationalism in Emilio Fernandez's Enamorada/Woman in Love." QRFV 20.3 (2003): 225-36.

471. Urquhart, Peter. "You Should Know Something -Anything--About this Movie: You Paid for It." CJFS 12.2 (2003). On government funding for Canadian films.

472. Vanderburgh, Jennifer. "Ghostbusted: Popular Perceptions of English-Canadian Cinema." CJFS 12.2 (2003).

473. Villarejo, Amy. "Archiving the Diaspora: A Lesbian Impression of/in Ulrike Ottinger's Exile Shanghai." NGC 87 (2002): 157ff.

474. Wang, Shujen. "Big Shot's Funeral: China, Sony, and the WTO." AC 14.2 (2003): 145-54.

475. Webster, Wendy. "Reconstructing Boundaries: Gender, War, and Empire in British Cinema, 1945-1950." HJFRTV 23.1 (2003): 43-57.

476. West, J. M. "Taking the Measure of Human Relationships: An Interview with Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne." Cin 28.3 (2003): 14-17.

477. Whelan, Bernadette. "Marshall Plan Publicity and Propaganda in Italy and Ireland, 1947-1951." HJFRTV 23.4 (2003): 311-28.

478. Williams, Bruce. "Julie Christie Down Argentine Way: Reading Repression Cross-Nationally in Bemberg's Miss Mary." JFV 55.4 (2003): 15-29.

479. Williams, Tony. "Transnational Stardom: The Case of Maggie Cheung Man-yuk." AC 14.2 (2003): 180-96.

480. Woo, Noh Kwang. "Transformation of Korean Film Industry During the U.S. Military Occupation Era." AC 14.2 (2003): 91-101.

481. Xavier, I. "Angels with Dirty Faces: City of God." SS 13.1 (2003): 28-30.

482. Yecies, Brian, and Ae-Gyung Shim. "Lost Memories of Korean Cinema: Film Policies During Japanese Colonial Rule, 1919-1937." AC 14.2 (2003): 75-90.

483. Youngblood, Denise J. "The Cosmopolitan and the Patriot: The Brothers Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky and Russian Cinema." HJFRTV23.1 (2003): 2741.

Also see the following entries: 23, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 39, 95,172,174, 197, 267, 287, 288, 289, 293, 296, 312, 558, 562, 591, 598, 609, 633.

PEDAGOGY

484. Cutchins, Dennis. "Adaptations in the Classroom: Using Film to 'Read' The Great Gatsby." LFQ 31.4 (2003): 295-303.

485. Manchel, Frank. "What Does It Mean, Mr. Holmes? An Approach to Film Study." LFQ 31.1 (2003): 69-76.

486. Shary, Timothy. "Course File for 'Film Genres and the Image of Youth.'" JFV 55.1 (2003): 39-57.

487. Stevens, Brian. "American History through Film." F&H 33,2 (2003): 65-70.

SCREENWRITING

488. Anon. "Darkness on the Edge of Town: Interview with David Ayer." CS 10.1 (2003): 60-62.

489. Argent, Daniel. "The Gray Zone: The Price of Death, the Cost of Life." CS 10.1 (2003): 56-58. Looks at the script of Tim Blake Nelson's new film.

490. --. "Lost in La Mancha: Interview with Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe." CS 10.1 (2003): 16-17.

491. Baer, W. "Hud: A Conversation with Irving Ravetch and Harriet Frank, Jr." MQR 42.2 (2003: 255-72.

492. Chumo, Peter N., II. "Five Approaches to the Character-Driven Screenplay." CS 10.5 (2003): 59-63.

493. --. "The Rookie: Interview with Mike Rich." CS 10.1 (2003): 32-37.

494. Divine, Christian. "Interview with the Assassin: Interview with Neil Burger." CS 10.1 (2003): 22-23.

495. --. "Paddy Chayefsky and the Golden Age of Words." CS 10.3 (2003): 55-59.

496. --. "Uneasy Rider: Interview with Jim Taylor." CS 10.1 (2003): 52-54. Interview with the writer of About Schmidt.

497. Goldsmith, David. "Neil LaBute: The Mother of All Screenwriters." CS 10.3 (2003): 51-54. Interview with the screenwriter.

498. --. "Spider: Interview with Patrick McGrath." CS 10.1 (2003): 12-13.

499. --. "XX/XY: Screenplay by Austin Chick." CS 10.2 (2003): 14, 16.

500. Goldsmith, Jeff. "The Craft of Adaptation." CS 10.5 (2003): 49-53. Top screenwriters talk about methods of adaptation.

501. --. "The Craft of Dialogue." CS 10.4 (2003): 53-57.

502. --. "The Craft of Rewriting." CS 10.6 (2003): 51-55. Interviews with several Hollywood script doctors.

503. --. "Structure and Process: Interview with Lawrence Kasdan." CS 10 .2 (2003): 68-70.

504. Gross, Edward. "Man of Steel: Writer J. J. Abrams Dares to Reinvent Superman for His Return to the Big Screen." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 45.

505. Hendrickson, Nancy. "The Cooler." CS 10.6 (2003): 30-31. On the script of the film.

506. --. "The Magdalene Sisters." CS 10.4 (2003): 30-31. Looks at the script for the independent film.

507. --. "What Happened to the Women?" CS 10.4 (2003): 64-68. Looks at the recent decline in the number of female screenwriters.

508. --. "What is $10,000 of Screenplay Analysis Really Worth?" CS 10.2 (2003): 38-42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 54-62.

509. --. "Wonderland." CS 10.5 (2003): 30-31. Discusses script for this recent neo-noir film.

510. Konow, David. "Basic: Interview with James Vanderbilt." CS 10.2 (2003): 22-23.

511. --. "Cool Hand Screenwiter: Interview with Frank Pierson." CS 10.3 (2003): 61-64.

512. --. "Decade under the Influence: Interview with Richard LaGravenese." CS 10.3 (2003): 65-67. Screenwriter talks about the top films of the 1970s.

513. Macnab, Geoffrey. "In the Company of Motormouth." SS 13.8 (2003): 16-17. A first-time director discusses the problems of getting a script accepted for production.

514. Martinez, Jose. "The Safety of Objects: Interview with Rose Troche." CS 10.2 (2003): 12.

515. Neff, Renfreu. "Art and Insanity: Interview with Menno Meyjes." CS 10.1 (2003): 72-74.

516. --. "Dirty Pretty Things." CS 10.4 (2003): 29. Examines the script.

517. --. "The Guys: Interview with Anne Nelson." CS 10.3 (2003): 14.

518. Ross, Tony. "The 25th Hour: Interview with David Benioff." CS 10.1 (2003): 39-46.

519. Ryfle, Steve. "Brian Helgeland's Visions of Darkness." CS 10.5 (2003): 54-58. A screenwriter talks about his two latest projects.

520. --. "The Statement." CS 10.6 (2003): 26. Looks at the script by Ronald Harwood.

521. Shewman, Den. "Creativity and Wandering Ghosts: Interview with Ed Solomon." CS 10.2 (2003): 63-67.

522. --. "In America." CS 10.6 (2003): 24. Looks at the script by Jim Sheridan.

523. --. "Interview with David Hayter." CS 10.3 (2003): 39-40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Interview with the writer for X-Men 2.

524. --. "Mike Rich Tunes in to Radio." CS 10.6 (2003): 65-69. Screenwriter talks about writing sports-themed dramas.

Also see the following entries: 10, 13, 71, 166, 171, 231, 241, 318, 408.

SPECIAL TOPICS

525. Acland, Charles R. "Haunted Places: Montreal's Rue Ste. Catherine and Its Cinema Spaces:" Sc 44.2 (2003): 133-53.

526. Albright, Deron. "Tales of the City: Applying Situationist Social Practice to the Analysis of the Urban Drama." Crit 45.1 (2003): 89-108.

527. Barlow, Melinda. "Feminism 101: The New York Women's Video Festival, 1972-1980." CO 18.3 (2003): 2-39.

528. Boggs, Carl, and Tom Pollard. "Postmodern Cinema and the Demise of the Family." JAC 26.4 (2003): 445-63.

529. Brooks, Jodi. "Ghosting the Machine: The Sounds of Tap and the Sounds of Film." Sc 44.4 (2003): 355-78.

530. Bruno, Guiliana. "Fashions of Living." QRFV 20.3 (2003): 167-76.

531. Crowdus, Gary. "Cult Films, Commentary Tracks, and Censorious Critics: An Interview with John Bloom." Cin 28.3 (2003): 32-34.

532. Deleyto, Celestino. "Between Friends: Love and Friendship in Contemporary Hollywood Romantic Comedy." Sc 44.2 (2003): 167-82.

533. Doherty, Tom. "Sex, Half-Truths, and Videotape: Auto Focus and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind." Cin 28.2 (2003): 10-13.

534. Gateward, Frances. "Breaking the Silences: An Interview with Dai Sil KimGibson." QRFV 20.2 (2003): 99-110.

535. Hallas, Roger. "AIDS and Gay Cinephilia." CO 18.1 (2003): 85-126.

536. --. "The Genealogical Pedagogy of John Greyson's Zero Patience." CJFS 12.1 (2003). On AIDS in film.

537. Hampton, Howard. "Instant Authenticity: Flattering the Audience and the HBO Aesthetic." FC 39.4 (2003): 25-27.

538. Hart, Kylo-Patrick R. "Auteur/ Bricoleur/Provocateur: Gregg Araki and Post-punk Style in The Doom Generation." JFV 55.1 (2003): 30-38.

539. Hebdige, Dick. "Dis-gnosis: Disney and the Re-Tooling of Knowledge, Art, Culture, Life, Etc." CS 17.2 (2003): 150-67.

540. Hicks, Heather J. "Hoodoo Economics: White Men's Work and Black Men's Magic in Contemporary American Film." CO 18.2 (2003): 27-55.

541. Holmlund, Christine. "Pippi and Her Pals." CJ 42.2 (2003): 3-24. On the persistence of the "Pippi Longstocking" character in film.

542. Hunter, Latham. "The Celluloid Cubicle: Regressive Constructions of Masculinity in 1990s Office Movies." JAC 26.1 (2003): 71-86.

543. Imre, Aniko. "Twin Pleasures of Feminism: Orlando Meets My Twentieth Century." CO 18.3 (2003): 176-211.

544. James, David E. "Soul of the Cypress: The First Postmodern Film." FQ 56.3 (2003): 25-31.

545. Juhasz, Alexandra. "No Woman is an Object: Reading the Feminist Collaborative Video." CO 18.3 (2003): 70-97.

546. Karpf, Ruth. "Are Jewish Themes 'Verboten'? NGC 89 (2003): 183-84.

547. Kaufman-Scarborough, Carol. "Two Perspectives on the Tyrrany of Time: Polychronicity and Monochronicity in Cast Away." JAC 26.1 (2003): 87-95.

548. Kessler, Kelly. "Bound Together: Lesbian Film That's Family Fun for Everyone." FQ 56.4 (2003): 13-22.

549. Kevles, Barbara, et al. "Race in Contemporary American Cinema." Cin 28.4 (2003): 34-39.

550. Kooijman, Jaap, and Tarja Laine. "American Psycho: A Double Portrait of Serial Yuppie Patrick Bateman." PS 22.3 (2003): 46-56.

551. Lafond, Frank. "The Life and Crimes of Ben; or, When a Serial Killer Meets a Film Crew in Man Bites Dog." PS 22.2 (2003): 92-102.

552. Lauretis, Teresa de. "Becoming Inorganic." CI 29.4 (2003): 547-70.

553. Lebow, Alisa. "Memory Once Removed: Indirect Memory and Transitive Autobiography in Chantal Akerman's D'Est." CO 18.1 (2003): 35-82.

554. MacKenzie, S. P. "Nazis into Germans: Went the Day Well ? (1942) and The Eagle Has Landed (1976)." JPFT 31.2 (2003): 83-92.

555. Mann, Klaus. "What's Wrong with Anti-Nazi Films?" NGC 89 (2003): 173-82.

556. Matheou, Demetrios, and Richard Black. "Sympathy for the Devil." SS 13.6 (2003): 14-17. On film portraits of Hitler.

557. Mimura, Glen Masato. "Black Memories: Allegorizing the Colonial Encounter in Tracy Moffatt's beDevil." QRFV 20.2 (2003): 111-23.

558. Morgan, Janice. "The Spatial Politics of Racial and Cultural Identity in Claire Denis' Chocolat." QRFV 20.2 (2003): 145-53.

559. Nel, P. "The Disneyfication of Dr. Seuss: Faithful to Profit, One Hundred Percent?" CS 17.5 (2003): 579-614.

560. Nichols, Bill. "The Memory of Loss: Saga of Family Life and Social Hell." FQ 56.4 (2003): 2-12.

561. Ostriker, A. "Whither Exodus? Movies as Midrash." MQR 42.1 (2003): 139-50.

562. Porton, R. "Notes on the Palestinian Diaspora: An Interview with Ella Suleiman." Cin 28.3 (2003): 24-27.

563. Pressler, Michael. "Atomic Warfare and the Nuclear Family: Domestic Resistance in Hollywood Films about the A-Bomb." FCr 27.3 (2003): 40-52.

564. Roberts, Chadwick. "The Politics of Farrah's Body: The Female Icon as Cultural Embodiment." JPC 37.1 (2003): 83-104.

565. Rufo, Kenneth. "The Mirror in The Matrix of Media Ecology." CSMC 20.2 (2003): 117-40.

566. Schantz, Ned. "Telephonic Film." FQ 56.4 (2003): 23-35. Considers the image of the telephone in classic film.

567. Short, Sue. "The Measure of a Man? Asimov's 'Bicentennial Man," Star Trek's Data, and Being Human." Ex 44.2 (2003): 209-23.

568. Shugart, Helene A. "Reinventing Privilege: The New (Gay) Man in Popular Media." CSMC 20.1 (2003): 37-61.

569. Slater, M. D. "Alienation, Aggression, and Sensation-Seeking as Predictors of Adolescent Use of Violent Film, Computer, and Website Content." JoC 53.1 (2003): 105-21.

570. Smith, Jeff. "Black Faces, White Voices: The Politics of Dubbing in Carmen Jones." VLT 51 (2003): 29-42.

571. Smith, Roger. "We're in the Money: Cultural Artifacts vs. Capital Gains." FC 39.1 (2003): 55-56.

572. Steeves, H. P. "Becoming Disney: Perception and Being at the Happiest Place on Earth." MQ 44.2 (2003): 176-94.

573. Stephens, Chuck. "Auto Theory: BMW Short Films." FC 39.5 (2003): 52-53.

574. Sweeney, Kevin W. "Inner Monsters in Sexy Beast." JAC 26.1 (2003): 63-70.

575. Thomas, Peter. "Victimage and Violence: Memento and Trauma Theory." Sc 44.2 (2003): 200-07.

576. Thomson, David. "Crazy About the Weather." SS 13.12 (2003): 18-19. Looks at film in 1960s culture.

577. Tratner, Michael. "Working the Crowd: Movies and Mass Politics." Crit 45.1 (2003): 53-73.

578. Whitehouse, Charles. "Hot Rod Rumble." SS 13.6 (2003): 22-25. A look at the history of "hot rod" films.

579. Woodman, Brian J. "A Hollywood War of Wills: Cinematic Representation of Vietnamese Super-Soldiers and America's Defeat in the War." JFV 55.2-3 (2003): 44-58.

580. Zani, S. J. "Traumatic Disaster and Titanic Recuperation: Popular/Historical Representations of the Titanic." JPFT 31.3 (2003): 125-31.

Also see the following entries: 19, 261, 274, 320, 327, 415, 603, 604, 624, 627.

TECHNICAL (includes Special Effects)

581. Bond, Jeff. "Demonic Duel: Cinematics for Aliens vs. Predator 3: Extinction Tread the Line between Photorealism and Interpretive Artistry." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 16-17.

582. --. "Red Star Rising: CG and 2-D Imagery Blend in Christian Gossett's Fantasy Re-imagining of Soviet Russia." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 18-19.

583. --. "Ship Builders: Enterprise Designers Construct an Ode to Classic Trek." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 18-19.

584. Cherun, Jeff. "Facts of Flats: Are Plasma TVs Really the Future of Television?" CFQ 35.1 (2003): 14.

585. Deutelbaum, Marshall. "Basic Principles of Anamorphic Composition." FH 15.1 (2003): 72-80.

586. Kitsopanidou, Kira. "The Widescreen Revolution and 20th Century-Fox's Eidophor in the 1950s." FH 15.1 (2003): 32-56.

587. Leeds, Alex. "Movies without Borders: DVD Technology." FC 39.1 (2003): 64-67.

588. Magid, Ron. "Attack of the Clones: More Really is More When It Comes to Creating Effects for the Matrix Sequels." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 46+.

589. Marshall, Scott. "Interview with Dr. Wentworth Fling, the Man Who Brought Cinerama Out of the Laboratory." FH 15.1 (2003): 57-71.

590. Martin, Kevin H. "Incredible Effects: The Hulk is Brought to Big-screen Life Not by Gamma Radiation, But by ILM's Equally Powerful Animation Team." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 28-29.

591. Menashe, L. "Filming Sokurov's Russian Ark: An Interview with Tilman Buttner." Cin 28.3 (2003): 21-23.

592. Meusy, Jean-Jacques. "Henri Chretien, Bernard Natan, and the Hypergonar." FH 15.1 (2003): 11-31.

593. Simak, Steven A. "City of Industry Light + Magic: Galactica's Unsung Effects heroes Who Provided Feature Film Fireworks on a TV Dinner Budget." CFQ 35.4 (2003): 53.

594. Yu, E. "Sounds of Cinema: What Do We Really Hear?" JPFT 31.2 (2003): 93-96.

Also see the following entries: 162, 286, 292, 295, 305, 395, 595, 601.

THEORY

595. Anon. "An Interview with Rick Altman." VLT 51 (2003): 67-72. Discussion of sound theory in the cinema.

596. Gunning, Tom. "The Exterior as Interieur: Benjamin's Optical Detective." B2 30.1 (2003): 105-30.

597. Hall, Alice. "Reading Realism: Audience's Evaluations of the Reality of Media Texts." JoC 53.4 (2003): 624-41.

598. Hogan, Patrick C. "Rasa Theory and Dharma Theory: From The Home and the World to Bandit Queen." QRFV 20.1 (2003): 37-52.

599. Knoblock, Silvia. "Mood Adjustment via Mass Communication." JoC 53.2 (2003): 233-50.

600. McGowan, Todd. "Looking for the Gaze: Lacanian Film Theory and Its Vicissitudes." CJ 42.3 (2003): 27-47.

601. Sinclair, Craig. "Audition: Making Sense of/in the Cinema." VLT 51 (2003): 17-28. On theories of sound in the cinema.

602. Wadia, Rashna. "So Many Fragments, So Many Beginnings, So Many Pleasures: The Neglected Detail(s) in Film Theory." Crit 45.2 (2003): 173-95.

Also see the following entries: 207, 238, 253, 585.

VIDEO

603. Acosta-Alzuru, Carolina. "'I'm Not a Feminist ... I Only Defend Women as Human Beings': The Production, Representation, and Consumption of Feminism in a Telenovel." CSMC 20.3 (2003): 269-94.

604. Bodroghkozy, Aniko. "Good Times in Race Relations? CBS's Good Times and the Legacy of Civil Rights in 1970s Prime-Time Television." Sc 44.4 (2003): 404-28.

605. Byers, Michele. "Scenes from the Frontier of the Material World: Television Images of Sexuality and Youth." SPC 25.1 (2003).

606. Carini, Susan M. "Love's Labors Almost Lost: Managing Crisis during the Reign of I Love Lucy." CJ 43.1 (2003): 44-62.

607. Chambers, S. A. "Telepistemology of the Closet; or, The Queer Politics of Six Feet Under." JAC 26.1 (2003): 24-41.

608. Corner, J. "Television, Documentary, and the Category of the Aesthetic." Sc 44.1 (2003): 92-100.

609. Dolan, Josephine. "Aunties and Uncles: The BBC's Children's Hour and Liminal Concerns in the 1920s." HJFRTV 23.4 (2003): 329-39.

610. Ellis, John. "Broadcasting." SS 13.10 (2003): 8-11. Assesses the impact of the new Broadcasting Bill in England.

611. Forman, M. "Television before Television Genre: The Case of Popular Music." JPFT 31.1 (2003): 5-17.

612. Geraghty, Lincoln. "Homosocial Desire on the Final Frontier: Kinship, the American Romance, and Deep Space Nine's 'Erotic Triangles.'" JPC 36.3 (2003): 441-65.

613. Glascock, Jack. "Gender, Race, and Aggression in Newer TV Networks' Primetime Programming." CQ 51.1 (2003).

614. Gross, Edward. "Amazing Stories: Key Creatives Consider Their Work on the Second Season of Smallville." CFQ 35.4 (2003): 19+.

615. --. "Angel Reborn: The Vampire Hero Continues on as Whedon's Sole TV Series Survivor." CFQ 35.4 (2003): 34-35.

616. --. "In the Zone: The First Season of the Television Incarnation of The Dead Zone Indicated a new Tone for a Uniquely Dark Character." CFQ 35.2 (2003): 44-49.

617. --. "The Seven Year Slay: Buffy Prime Mover Joss Whedon Looks back on How He Kept His Undead Drama Alive and Kicking Over Its Impressive Run." CFQ 35.4 (2003): 32-39, 75.

618. --. "Smallville's Sophomore Year." CFQ 35.1 (2003): 36-37.

619. Herman, Didi. "Bad Girls Changed My Life: Homonormativity in a Women's Prison Drama." CSMC 20.2 (2003): 141-59.

620. Hirai, Miwa. "Gate Keepers: Gate Crasher Corin Nemec is Out and Michael Shanks Returns as Stargate SG-1 Enters its Seventh Season." CFQ 35.4 (2003): 40-46.

621. Holbert, R. L. "Political Implications of Prime-Time Drama and Sitcom Use: Genres of Representation and Opinions Concerning Women's Rights." JoC 53.1 (2003): 45-60.

622. --. "The West Wing as Endorsement of the U.S. Presidency." JoC 53.3 (2003): 427-43.

623. Jones, J. P. "Vox Populi as Cable Programming Strategy." JPFT 31.1 (2003): 18-28.

624. Kirby, D. "Poetry, Television, and the World Wide Web: Art in a Time of Terror." SWR 87.2-3 (2003): 285-95.

625. Lee, Susanna. "The menace of the Post-Hardboiled Maverick: Jim Thompson's Pop. 1280 and Modern Television Detective Drama." JPC 37.1 (2003): 43-55.

626. --. "'These are out stories': Trauma, Form, and the Screen Phenomenon of Law and Order." Dis 25.1-2 (2003): 81-97.

627. McMillin, D. C. "Television, Gender, and Labor in the Global City." JoC 53.3 (2003): 496-511.

628. Meyer, Michaela D. E. "'It's Me. I'm It': Defining Adolescent Sexual Identity through Relational Dialectics in Dawson's Creek." CQ 51.3 (2003).

629. Miklitsch, Robert. "Gen-X TV: Political-Libidinal Structures of Feeling in Melrose Place." JFV 55.1 (2003): 16-29.

630. Mittell, J. "Audiences Talking Genre: Television Talk Shows and Cultural Hierarchies." JPFT 31.1 (2003): 36-46.

631. Morreale, Joanne. "Revisiting The Osbournes: The Hybrid Reality-Sitcom." JFV 55.1 (2003): 3-15.

632. Nabi, R. L. "The Persuasive Effect of Host and Audience Reaction Shots in Television Talk Shows." JoC 53.3 (2003): 527-43.

633. Natarajan, Kalai, and Hao Xiaoming. "An Asian Voice? A Comparative Study of Channel News Asia and CNN." JoC 53.2 (2003): 300-14.

634. Neale, Steve. "Pseudonyms, Sapphire, and Salt: 'Un-American' Contributions to Television Costume Adventure Series in the 1950s." HJFRTV23.3 (2003): 245-57.

635. Person, David. "Turner Network Television's Made-for-TV Western Films and the Social Construction of Authenticity." F&H 33.2 (2003): 55-64.

636. Rollins, Peter. "The Future of The West Wing." F&H 33.1 (2003): 55-63.

637. Romer, D. "Television News and the Cultivation of the Fear of Crime." JoC 53.1 (2003): 88-104.

638. Rose, B. "TV Genres Re-Viewed." JPFT 31.1 (2003): 2-4.

639. Scheiner, Georganne. "Would You Like to be Queen for a Day?: Finding a Working Class Voice in American Television of the 1950s." HJFRTV 23.4 (2003): 375-86.

640. Schmitt, Kelly L., Kimberly Duyck Woolf, and Daniel R. Anderson. "Viewing the Viewers: Viewing Behaviors by Children and Adults During Television Programs and Commercials." JoC 53.2 (2003): 265-81.

641. Scott, David W. "Mormon Family Values Versus Television." CSMC 20.3 (2003): 317-33.

642. Sexton, James. "'Televerite' Hits Britain: Documentary, Drama, and the Growth of 16mm Filmmaking in British Television." Sc 44.4 (2003): 429-44.

643. Silbergleid, Robin. "'The Truth We Both Know': Readerly Desire and Heteronarrative in The X-Files." SPC 25.3 (2003).

644. Simak, Steven A. "In Search of ...: Twenty-five Years Later, Battlestar Galactica Endures as a Classic of Small-screen Sci-fi." CFQ 35.4 (2003): 48-59.

645. Simpson, Philip L. "America's Scariest Home Videos: Serial Killers and Reality Television." PS 22.2 (2003): 103-23.

646. Slavicz, Susan and Melissa. "The Significance of Disney's Super Soap Weekends." SPC 25.1 (2003). Looks at the celebration of television soap opera at the Disney-MGM theme park.

647. Smit, Christopher R. "'Please Call Now, Before It's Too Late': Spectacle Discourse in the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon." JPC 36.4 (2003): 687-703.

648. Smith, B. R. "American Gothic: Tales of the Supernatural in Prime Time TV." JFA 14.1 (2003): 77-85.

649. Teitelbaum, Sheldon, and Jeff Bond. "Trucking through the Deathlands: The Sci Fi Channel Tackles One of the Biggest Genre Phenomenons You've Never Heard Of." CFQ 35.3 (2003): 22-23.

650. Thomson, David. "Shock Around the Clock." SS 13.8 (2003): 12-15. On the second season of 24.

651. Weispfenning, J. "Cultural Functions of Reruns: Time, Memory, and Television." JoC 53.1 (2003): 165-77.

652. Zacharias, Usha. "The Smile of Mona Lisa: Postcolonialist Desires, Nationalist Families, and the Birth of Consumer Television in India." CSMC 20.4 (2003): 388-406.

653. Zhao, Xiaoquan, and Walter Gantz. "Disruptive and Cooperative Interruptions in Prime Time Television Fiction." JoC 53.2 (2003): 347-62.

Also see the following entries: 52, 181, 223, 271, 405, 433, 527, 537, 545, 584, 593.
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