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Annual Bibliography of film studies--2005.

INTRODUCTION

Post Script's Annual Bibliography for 2005, like its predecessors, hopes to provide not only an easy point of access to the latest film and media criticism, but also a crude measure of recent trends. One useful way of gauging these currents of film and media criticism can be found in the special issues topics for the year, particularly those appearing in academic journals. While the range of special issues is, as we might expect, wide, we can see a few rather marked trends--in documentary, independent and experimental film, and international cinema. I would particularly note Asian Cinema's symposium on the Asian Documentary Film, Canadian Journal of Film Studies' retrospective on the work of Stan Brakhage, Cineaste's special issue on current developments in international documentary, Film & History's two "Sports on Film" numbers, Journal of Film and Video's edition devoted to the changing face of experimental film and video, Journal of Popular Film and Television's issue on African-American influences on the film and television industries, Literature/ Film Quarterly's special issue devoted to the war film, October's number on Michael Snow's experimental films, Post Script's own double issue on Australian and New Zealand cinema, and Screen's number examining the child in film and television.

The emphases that we see in documentary and international film point to larger trends in these areas, as the overall numbers of articles listed in the Bibliography also suggest. Last year's Bibliography observed a more than 40 per cent increase in Documentary entries, and this year's sees nearly 150 per cent growth, a development that can easily be traced to both the high profile of some recent documentaries and to increased distribution opportunities for documentary film. While the growth is not as large, the International category has also seen a significant rise of approximately 20 per cent, while entries in Actors/Actresses have nearly doubled, in part due to an increasing interest in international figures, such as Tony Leung, Bulle Ogier, and Audrey Tautou. Notable decreases can be observed in two usually strong categories, Directors and Film and Allied Arts, the former down by more than ten per cent and the latter by nearly half.

Where there is no change is in the format of the Annual Bibliography, which follows the format used for the last few years, employing categories that have demonstrated their usefulness. For each English-language film article, we provide a single citation, based on the current MLA style. Many of the entries also are annotated and most receive a cross-reference to one or more additional categories. Except in the cases of the "Actors/Actresses" and "Directors" categories, we alphabetize entries according to the authors' last names, and we abbreviate journal citations according to the "Periodicals Indexed" listing that follows. As always, we invite suggestions for streamlining the format, adding other journals, or otherwise improving the entire endeavor.

While the internet has greatly aided the creation of a research tool such as this one, the Annual Bibliography remains very much a group effort. In acknowledgement of that effort, I want to thank especially coeditor Gerald Duchovnay for his assistance locating journals, and Lauren Glenn for her efforts in indexing and annotating a number of those journals.
PERIODICALS INDEXED

American Imago (AI)
American Quarterly (AQ)
Asian Cinema (AC)
Camera Obscura (CO)
Canadian Journal of Film Studies (CJFS)
Canadian Review of American
 Studies (CRAS)
Cineaste (Cin)
Cinema Journal (CJ)
Communication Quarterly (CQ)
Creative Screenwriting (CS)
Critical Inquiry (CI)
Critical Studies in Media
 Communication (CSMC)
Cultural Critique (CC)
Discourse (Dis)
Film & History (F&H)
Film Comment (FC)
Film Criticism (FCr)
Film History (FH)
Film Quarterly (FQ)
French Cultural Studies (FCS)
Georgia Review (GR)
German Quarterly (GQ)
Historical Journal of Film, Radio,
 and Television (HJFRTV)
International Documentary (ID)
Journal of Aesthetics and Art
 Criticism (JAAC)
Journal of American Culture (JAC)
Journal of Communication (JoC)
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)
Narrative (Nar)
New Cinemas (NC)
New German Critique (NGC)
New Literary History (NLH)
October (Oct)
PMLA (PMLA)
Post Script (PS)
Postmodern Culture (PC)
Psychoanalytic Review (PsyR)
Quarterly Review of Film and Video (QRFV)
Raritan (Rar)
Science Fiction Studies (SFS)
Screen (Sc)
Sight and Sound (SS)
South Atlantic Quarterly (SAQ)
South Central Review (SCR)
Southwest Review (SwR)
Studies in Popular Culture (SPC)
Substance (Sub)
Velvet Light Trap (VLT)


ACTORS/ACTRESSES

1. Baker, J. Habel, Ylva. "To Stockholm, with Love: The Critical Reception of Josephine Baker." FH 17.1 (2005): 125-38.

2. Banderas, A. Smith, Paul Julian. "Dangerous Intimacies." SS 15.3 (2005): 26-29. Career overview.

3. Bartholomew, F. Balcerzak, Scott. "Dickensian Orphan as Child Star: Freddie Bartholomew and the Commodity of Cute in MGM's David Copperfield." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 51-61.

4. Bergman, I. Smit, David W. "Marketing Ingrid Bergman." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 237-50.

5. Christie, J. Williams, Melanie J. "Honeyglow Girl." SS 15.12 (2005). Looks at the range of Julie Christie's work.

6. Deneuve, C. Nowell-Smith, Geoffrey. "Theatre of Complicity." SS 15.4 (2005): 36-40. Career overview.

7. Dorleac, F. Anderson, Melissa. "Almost Famous." FC 41.4 (2005): 38-41. On the career of the French actress.

8. Grier, P. Holmlund, Chris. "Wham! Barn! Pam! Pam Grier as Hot Action Babe and Cool Action Mama." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 97-112.

9. Hackman, G. Collins, Andrew. "Royal Rapscallion." SS 15.11 (2005): 38-41.

10. Hoffman, D. Norris, Chris. "Happiness is a Warm Blanket." FC 41.2 (2005): 26-32. Career overview.

11. Josephson, E. Lewis, Kevin. "A Staged Happening: An Interview with Erland Josephson and Liv Ullmann." Cin 30.3 (2005): 56-57. Discusses influence of Ingmar Berman on their careers.

12. Keaton, B. Bullot, Erik. "Keaton and Snow." Oct 114 (2005): 17-28. Considers Keaton's performance in Michael Snow's Presents.

13. Knox, A. Williams, Tony. "Alexander Knox: The Lost Interview." QRFV 22.1 (2005): 73-81

14. Langdon, H. Rapf, Joanna. "Doing Nothing: Harry Langdon and the Performance of Absence." FQ 59.1 (2005): 27-35.

15. Leung, T. Nochimson, Martha. "Lies and an Interview with Tony Leung Chiu Wai." Cin 30.4 (2005): 16-17.

16. Lewis, J. Romney, Jonathan. "The Fickle Finger of Fame." SS 15.6 (2005): 36-39. Career reassessment.

17. Lorre, P. Hoberman, J. "Strange Bird." FC 41.6 (2005): 40-41. Biography of Peter Lorre.

18. Jelinek, Elfriede. "The Joker." FC 41.6 (2005): 38-39. Reviews the career and impact of Peter Lorre.

19. McDowell, M. Kermode, Mark. "Body Rampant." SS 15.5 (2005): 34-36. Career overview.

20. McQueen, S. Demos, T. J. "The Art of Darkness: On Steve McQueen." Oct 114 (2005): 61-89.

21. Mitchum, R. James, Nick. "The Big Stealer." SS 15.8 (2005): 36-41. Career overview.

22. Murray, B. Norris, Chris. "In Bloom." FC 41.4 (2005): 34-36. On Bill Murray's work in the new Jim Jarmusch film Broken Flowers.

23. Ogier, B. Anon. "Daughter of the Revolution." FC 41.2 (2005): 42-49. Looks at how Bulle Ogier captured the spirit of the youthful rebellion in the 1970s.

24. Rains, C. Kemp, Philip. "Smooth as Old Cognac." SS 15.1 (2005)): 32-35. Career overview.

25. Reynolds, B. Smith, Jacob. "Showing Off: Laughter and Excessive Disclosure in Burt Reynolds' Star Image." FCr 30.1 (2005): 21-40.

26. Schwarzenegger, A. Hoberman, J. "The Servant." FC 41.3 (2005): 28-34. On the actor's new "role" as public "servant."

27. Sganzerla, R. Moiler, Olaf. "Speaking in Tongues." FC 41.2 (2005): 20-21. Career overview.

28. Sim, A. Brooke, Michael. "Funny Peculiar." SS 15.7 (2005): 34-36. Recalls the career of Alastair Sim.

29. Tautou, A. Vincendeau, Ginette. "Miss France." SS 15.2 (2005): 12-15. Looks at the popularity of Audrey Tautou.

30. Temple, S. Hogenkamp, Bert. "A Curly Top, a Royal Engagement, and a Local Bylaw: Cinema Exhibition and Innovation in Utrecht in 1936." FH 17.1 (2005): 139-40.

31. Ullmann, L. See entry under Josephson, E.

32. Velez, L. Sturtevant, Victoria. "Spitfire: Lupe Velez and the Ambivalent Pleasures of Ethnic Masquerade." VLT 55 (2005): 19-32.

33. Von Sydow, M. Macnab, Geoffrey. "The Lonely Centre." SS 15.2 (2005): 3235. Reviews the career of Von Sydow.

34. Wong, A. Wang, Yiman. "The Art of Screen Passing: Anna May Wong's Yellowface Performance in the Art Deco Era." CO 20.3 (2005): 159-61.

35. Young, L. Perez, Gilberto. "Skies in Her Eyes." SS 15.10 (2005): 38-41. Reviews the career of Loretta Young.

36. Misc. Celeste, Reni. "Screen Idols: The Tragedy of Falling Stars." JPFT 33.1 (2005): 29-38.

37. Winkel, Roel Vande. "Nazi Actresses as Trojan Horses? 'New' and 'Traditional' Interpretations of Third Reich Film Representations of Women." HJFRTV 25.4 (2005): 647-54.

Also see the following entries: 91, 297, 323, 394, 403, 506, 547, 683.

ANIMATION

38. Birdwell, Michael. "Technical Fairy First Class? Is This Any Way to Run an Army?: Private Snafu and World War II." HJFRTV 25.2 (2005): 203-12.

39. Cubbison, Laurie. "Anime Fans, DVDs, and the Authentic Text." VLT 56 (2005): 45-57.

40. Davis, Amy M. "The 'Dark Prince' and Dream Women: Walt Disney and Mid-Twentieth Century American Feminism." HJFRTV 25.2 (2005): 213-30.

41. Gardiner, Judith Kegan. "Why Saddam is Gay: Masculinity Politics in South Park--Bigger, Longer, and Uncut." QRFV 22.1 (2005): 51-62.

42. Leab, Daniel J. "Animators and Animals: John Halas, Joy Batchelor, and George Orwell's Animal Farm." HJFRTV 25.2 (2005): 231-49.

43. Merritt, Russell. "Lost on Pleasure Islands: Storytelling in Disney's Silly Symphonies." FQ 59.1 (2005): 4-17.

44. Neupert, Richard. "The Triplets of Belleville." FQ 58.3 (2005): 38-42.

45. Osmond, Andrew. "Castles in the Sky." SS 15.10 (2005): 28-31. Examines Miyazaki's Howl's Moving Castle.

46. Reider, Noriko T. "Spirited Away: Film of the Fantastic and Evolving Japanese Folk Symbols." FCr 29.3 (2005): 4-27.

47. Sperb, Jason. "'Take a Frown, Turn It Upside Down': Splash Mountain, Walt Disney World, and the Cultural Derac[e]-ination of Disney's Song of the South." JPC 38.5 (2005): 924-38.

48. Ward, Paul. "Distribution and Trade Press Strategies for British Animated Propaganda Cartoons of the First World War." HJFRTV 25.2 (2005): 189-201.

49. Wood, Andrew, and Anne Marie Todd. "'Are We There Yet?': Searching for Springfield and The Simpsons' Rhetoric of Omnitopia." CSMC 22.3 (2005): 207-22.

Also see the following entry: 659.

CENSORSHIP

50. Andrews, David. "Class, Gender, and Genre in Zalman King's 'Real High Erotica': The Conflicting Mandates of Female Fantasy." PS 25.1 (2005): 49-73.

51. Capino, Jose B. "Homologies of Space: Text and Spectatorship in All-Male Adult Theaters." CJ 45.1 (2005): 50-65. Looks at the nature of porn movie-going.

52. Iversen, Gunnar. "Cutting Bordello Scenes and Dances: Local Regulation and Film Censorship in Norway before 1913." FH 17.1 (2005): 106-12.

53. Pondillo, Bob. "Racial Discourse and Censorship on NBC-TV, 1948-60." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 102-14.

54. Simmons, Jerold. "Challenging the Production Code: The Man with the Golden Arm." JPFT 33.1 (2005): 39-47.

55. Weinberger, Stephen. "Joe Breen's Oscar." FH 17.4 (2005): 380-91. Overview of Breen's career enforcing the industry's Production Code.

56. Williams, Linda Ruth. "Anatomy of a Skin Flick." SS 15.6 (2005): 24-26. Recounts the background to the fight over the film Deep Throat.

Also see the following entries: 134, 289.

CRITICISM (includes Bibliographies)

57. Amad, Paula. "'These Spectacles are Never Forgotten': Memory and Reception in Colette's Film Criticism." CO 20.2 (2005): 119-63.

58. Anon. "International Film Criticism Today: A Critical Symposium." Cin 31.1 (2005): 30-44.

59. Jones, Kent. "Hail the Conquering Hero." FC 41.3 (2005): 48-52. A reassessment of the pioneering auteurist criticism of Andrew Sarris.

60. Palmer, Tim. "Side of the Angels: Dalton Trumbo, the Hollywood Trade Press, and the Blacklist." CJ 44.4 (2005): 57-74.

61. Telotte, J. P. "Annual Bibliography of Film Studies--2004." PS 25.1 (2005): 7695.

Also see the following entries: 397, 637, 669.

DIGITAL MEDIA

62. Cross, Beth. "Split Frame Thinking and Multiple Scenario Awareness: How Boys' Game Expertise Reshapes Possible Structures of Sense in a Digital World." Dis 26.3 (2005): 333-53.

63. Johnson, Derek. "Star Wars Fans, DVD, and Cultural Ownership: An Interview with Will Brooker." VLT 56 (2005): 36-44.

64. Sparkman, Russell. "Reality Comes to Cyberspace: Web Docs Offer Multimedia Options." ID 24.3 (2005): 28-30.

65. Watson, James R., and Irish Maijd. "In the New Republic of Digital (Re)Production." Mo 38.1 (2005): 55-74.

Also see the following entries: 39, 288, 354, 375, 624.

DIRECTORS

66. Alien, W. Howard Jacobson. "Double Trouble." SS 15.4 (2005): 16-20. Examines the new Woody Allen film Melinda and Melinda.

67. Anderson, P. T. Dillman, Joanne Clarke. "Magnolia." JPFT 33.3 (2005): 142-50. Looks at gendered viewing positions in the film.

68. Anderson, W. Scott, Kevin Conroy. "Lesser Spotted Fish and Other Stories." SS 15.3 (2005): 12-15. On Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

69. Antonioni, M. Bonsaver, Guido. "Geometry of Feelings." SS 15.7 (2005): 22-24. Reassessment of Antonioni's career.

70. Argento, D. Cooper, L. Andrew. "The Indulgence of Critique: Relocating the Sadistic Voyeur in Dario Argento's Opera." QRFV 22.1 (2005): 63-72.

71. Assayas, O. Romney, Jonathan. "Less Than Zero." SS 15.7 (2005): 30-33. Interview with the director.

72. Baumbach, N. Quart, Leonard. "Divorce Brooklyn Style: An Interview with Noah Baumbach." Cin 31.1 (2005): 27-29.

73. Burton, T. Clarke, Roger. "An Improper Charlie." SS 15.8 (2005): 22-25. Looks at Burton's version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

74. Cacoyannis, M. Georgakas, Dan. "From Stella to Iphigenia: The Woman-Centered Films of Michael Cacoyannis." Cin 30.2 (2005): 24-30.

75. Campion, J. Bihlmeyer, Jaime. "The (Un)Speakable FEMININITY in Mainstream Movies: Jane Campion's The Piano." CJ 44.2 (2005): 68-88.

76. Park, Douglas, and Dawn Dietrich. "In the Cut." FQ 58.4 (2005): 39-46. Examines Campion's new film in light of its treatment of genre.

77. Rueschmann, Eva. "Out of Place: Reading (Post)Colonial Landscapes as Gothic Space in Jane Campion's Films." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 8-21.

78. Cassavetes, J. Sterritt, David. "John Cassavetes: A Filmmaker Under the Influence." Cin 30.4 (2005): 32-35.

79. Cimino, M. Chong, Sylvia Shin Huey. "Restaging the War: The Deer Hunter and the Primal Scene of Violence." CJ 44.2 (2005): 89-106.

80. Clement, R. Benson, Ed. "The Screen of History in Clement's Forbidden Games." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 207-16.

81. Clooney, G. Lopate, Phillip. "The Medium and Its Conscience." FC 41.5 (2005): 30-37. Looks at the film Good Night, and Good Luck.

82. Coen, J. and E. Comer, Todd A. "'This Aggression Will Not Stand': Myth, War, and Ethics in The Big Lebowski." Sub 34.2 (2005): 98-117.

83. Condon, B. Grundmann, Roy. "Sex, Science, and the Biopic: An Interview with Bill Condon." Cin 30.2 (2005): 11.

84. Cronenberg, D. Fuller, Graham. "Good Guy, Bad Guy." SS 15.10 (2005): 12-16. On Cronenberg's A History of Violence.

85. Hantke, Steffen. "Spectacular Optics: The Deployment of Special Effects in David Cronenberg's Films." FCr 29.2 (2004-05): 34-52.

86. Taubin, Amy. "Model Citizens." FC 41.5 (2005): 24-28. Analysis of the director's A History of Violence.

87. DeMille, C.B. Davis, Dean. "Echo in the Darkness." PsyR 92.1 (2005): 137-51. Looks at DeMille's Samson and Delila as mythic tale.

88. Denis, C. Romney, Jonathan. "Alien Heart." SS 15.9 (2005): 40-42. Interview-essay on the director's career.

89. Dupont, E. A. Weinstein, Valerie. "Dissolving Boundaries: Assimilation and Allosemitism in E. A. Dupont's Das alte Gesetz and Veit Harlan's Jud Suss." GQ 78.4 (2005): 496-516.

90. Eastwood, C. Sklar, Robert, and Tania Modleski. "Million Dollar Baby: A Split Decision." Cin 30.3 (2005): 6-11.

91. Taubin, Amy. "Staying Power." FC 41.1 (2005): 26-29. Interview with the director/actor.

92. Egoyan, A. Nelson, Tollof. "Passing Time in Intercultural Cinema: The Exilic Experience of the Time-Passer in Atom Egoyan's Calendar." Sub 34.1 (2005): 129-44.

93. Williams, Linda Ruth. "Songs for Swinging Lovers." SS 15.12 (2005). Examines the director's Where the Truth Lies.

94. Epstein, J. Cortade, Ludovic. Trans. Roxanne Lapidus. "Le Cinema du Diable: Jean Epstein and the Ambiguities of Subversion." Sub 34.3 (2005): 3-16.

95. Fellini, F. Kezich, Tullio. "Federico Fellini and the Making of La Dolce Vita." Cin 31.1 (2005): 8-14.

96. Ford, J. Wexman, Virginia Wright. "'Right and Wrong; That's [Not] All There is to It!': Young Mr. Lincoln and American Law." CJ 44.3 (2005): 20-34.

97. Gibson, M. Weeks, Andrew. "Between God and Gibson: German Mystical and Romantic Sources of The Passion of the Christ." GQ 78.4 (2005): 421-40.

98. Gilliam, T. McCabe, Bob. "Cash and Conscience." SS 15.11 (2005): 22-25. Looks at Gilliam's The Brothers Grimm.

99. Godard, J.-L. Bonnaud, Frederic. "Occupational Hazards." FC 41.1 (2005): 37-41. Looks at Godard's recent documentary Notre musique.

100. Combs, Richard, and Raymond Durgnat. "Chapter and Verse." FC 41.1 (2005): 34-43. Overview of Godard's career.

101. Israel-Pelletier, Aimee. "Godard, Rohmer, and Ranciere's Phrase Image." Sub 34.3 (2005): 33-46.

102. Rio, Elena del. "Alchemies of Thought in Godard's Cinema: Deleuze and Merleau-Ponty." Sub 34.3 (2005): 62-78.

103. Witt, Michael. "The Godard Interview: I, A Man of the Image." SS 15.6 (2005): 28-30.

104. Greenaway, P. Badt, Karin. "Peter Greenaway Holds Court: An Interview at the Venice Film Festival." FCr 29.2 (2004-05): 53-66.

105. Griffith, D. W. Lennig, Arthur. "The Mother and the Law." FH 17.4 (2005): 405-31.

106. Olsson, Jan. "Trading Places: Griffith, Patten, and Agricultural Modernity." FH 17.1 (2005): 39-65.

107. Haneke, M. Arthur, Paul. "Endgame." FC 41.6 (2005): 24-28. Looks at the director's film Hidden.

Harlan, V. See entry under Dupont, E. A.

108. Haynes, T. Bouchard, Danielle, and Jigna Desai. "'There's Nothing More Debilitating than Travel': Locating US Empire in Todd Haynes' Safe." QRFV 22.4 (2005): 359-70.

109. Hellmann, M. Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "An Interview with Monte Hellmann." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 263-75.

110. Herzog, W.Arthur, Paul. "Beyond the Limits." FC 41.4 (2005): 42-47. On the director's recent documentary work.

111. Rosen, Steven. "Bear Witness: Werner Herzog's 'Grizzly' Doc on Man and Nature." ID 24.4 (2005): 8-10.

112. Hill, J. Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "Filmmaking 'for the fun of it': An Interview with Jack Hill." FCr 29.3 (2005): 46-59.

113. Hitchcock, A. Barr, Charles. "Hitchcock and Powell: Two Directions for British Cinema." Sc 46.1 (2005): 5-13.

114. McCombe, John P. "'Oh, I See ....': The Birds and the Culmination of Hitchcock's Hyper-Romantic Vision." CJ 44.3 (2005): 64-80.

115. Jarmusch, J. Murray, Bill. "Taking Care of Is-ness." SS 15.11 (2005): 14-18. On Jarmusch's new film Broken Flowers.

116. Kazan, E. Neve, Brian. "Elia Kazan's First Testimony to the House Committee on Un-American Activities, Executive Session, 14 January 1952." HJFRTV 25.2 (2005): 251-72.

117. Kelly, R. Mathews, Peter. "Spinoza's Stone: The Moral Logic of Donnie Darko." PS 25.1 (2005): 38-48.

118. Kiarostami, A. Perez, Gilberto. "Where is the Director?" SS 15.5 (2005): 18-22. Looks at the director's Koker Trilogy.

119. Kubrick, S. Cossar, Harper. "The Revenge of the Repressed: Homosexuality as Other in The Killing." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 145-54.

120. Gruben, Patricia. "Practical Joker: The Invention of a Protagonist in Full Metal Jacket." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 270-79.

121. Kurosawa, A. Nordin, Kenneth D. "Buddhist Symbolism in Akira Kurosawa's Ran: A Counterpoint to Human Chaos." AC 16.2 (2005): 242-54.

122. Pletsch, Carl. "Akira Kurosawa's Reflection in Becoming a Genius." JPFT 32.4 (2005): 192-99.

123. Lang, F. Butler, Erik. "Dr. Mabuse: Terror and Deception of the Image." GQ 78.4 (2005): 481-95.

124. Fujiwara, Chris. "The Testaments of Fritz Lang." Cin 30.2 (2005): 38-42. Examines Lang's Dr. Mabuse figure.

125. Leigh, M. Lawrenson, Edward, and Robert Murphy. "Backstreet Revisited." SS 15.1 (2005): 12-15. Looks at the context of Leigh's new film.

126. Levinson, B. Hoffman, Emily. "Now Ask Me What's on the Flip Side: Trivia, Validation, and Narrative in Barry Levinson's Diner." SPC 27.3 (2005): 27-42.

127. Luhrmann, B. Kehler, Grace. "Still for Sale: Love Songs and Prostitutes from La Traviata to Moulin Rouge." Mo 38.2 (2005): 145-62.

128. Lynch, D. Lentzner, Jay R., and Donald R. Ross. "The Dreams That Blister Sleep: Latent Content and Cinematic Form in Mulholland Drive." AI 62.1 (2005): 101-23.

129. McDowell, Kelly. "Unleashing the Feminine Unconscious: Female Oedipal Desires and Lesbian Sadomasochism in Mulholland Drive." JPC 38.6 (2005): 1037-49.

130. Maddin, G. Beard, William. "Maddin and Melodrama." CJFS 14.2 (2005): 217.

131. Malick, T. Walsh, Susie. "Friendly Fire: Epistolary Voice-Over in Terrence Malick's The Thin Red Line." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 306-12.

132. Mamoulian, R. Seo, Hyun-Suk. "The Unheard Mourning: Offscreen Sound and Melancholy in Applause." Sc 46.2 (2005): 195-211.

133. Marston, J. Jaafar, All. "Home of the Brave." SS 15.4 (2005): 23-24. Interview with the director.

134. Meyer, R. Briggs, Joe Bob. "Big Bosoms and Square Jaws: Russ Meyer, King of the Sex Film." Cin 31.1 (2005): 20-26.

135. Micheaux, O. Flory, Dan. "Race, Rationality, and Melodrama: Aesthetic Response and the Case of Oscar Micheaux." JAAC 63.4 (2005): 327-38.

136. Minnelli, V. Silva, Arturo. "Vincente Minnelli's Dream of Tony Hunter's Band Wagon's 'Girl Hunt.'" FCr 30.1 (2005): 2-20.

137. Moore, M. O'Connor, John E., et al. "Michael Moore: Cinematic Historian or Propagandist?" F&H 35.2 (2005): 7-16.

138. Rizzo, Sergio. "Why Less is Still Moore." FQ 59.2 (2005): 32-39. Examines how Moore's strategies in Fahrenheit 9/11 undermine his political objectives. 139. Murnau, F. W. Bergstrom, Janet. "Murnau, Movietone, and Mussolini." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 187-204.

140. Nolan, C. Newman, Kim. "Cape Fear." SS 15.7 (2005): 18-21. Examines Nolan's version of Batman.

141. Little, William G. "Surviving Memento." Nar 13.1 (2005): 67-83.

142. Nyby, C. Gentry, Ric. "Christian Nyby: An Interview." PS 25.1 (2005): 3-21.

143. Ozon, F. Schiller, Britt-Marie. "A Memorial to Mourning: Under the Sand." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 217-23.

144. Pasolini, P.-P. Ricketts, Jill. "Regarding Lorenzo: Pasolini's Vision of Boccaccio's Lisabetta." QRFV 22.4 (2005): 379-86.

145. Payne, A. Sallisbury, Mark. "Red, White and Brew." SS 15.2 (2005): 2223. Examines the director's work in Sideways.

146. Peckinpah, S. Combs, Richard. "Shall We Gather." FC 41.3 (2005): 20-21. A reassessment of the director's Major Dundee.

147. Polanski, R. Cousins, Mark, and Patrick Fahy. "The Insider." SS 15.10 (2005): 20-26. Career reassessment.

148. Mazierska, Ewa. "The Autobiographical Effect in the Cinema of Roman Polanski." FCr 29.3 (2005): 28-45.

149. Potter, S. Lucia, Cynthia. "Saying 'Yes' to Taking Risks: An Interview with Sally Potter." Cin 30.4 (2005): 24-30.

150. Powell, M. Chapman, James. "'The True Business of the British Movie'? A Matter of Life and Death and British Film Culture." Sc 46.1 (2005): 33-49.

151. Christie, Ian. "The Storyteller." SS 15.9 (2005): 24-38. On the filmmaker's late work.

152. Combs, Richard. "A River Runs Through It." FC 41.3 (2005): 3641. Career overview.

153. Hoorn, Jeanette. "Comedy and Eros: Powell's Australian Films: They're a Weird Mob and Age of Consent." Sc 46.1 (2005): 73-84.

154. Moor, Andrew. "Autobiography, the Self, and Pressburger-Powell's The Golden Years Project." Sc 46.1 (2005): 15-31.

155. Murphy, Robert. "Strong Men: Three Forms of the Magus in the Films of Powell and Pressburger." Sc 46.1 (2005): 63-71.

156. Sutton, Damian. "Rediagnosing A Matter of Life and Death." Sc 46.1 (2005): 51-61.

Also see entry under Hitchcock, A.

157. Preminger, O. Thomson, David. "Impulse." SS 15.5 (2005): 30-33. Re-examines Preminger's Anatomy of a Murder.

158. Preston, G. Frances, Helen. "Facts, Fairytales, and the Politics of Storytelling: An Interview with Gaylene Preston." Cin 30.4 (2005): 36-41.

159. Reed, C. Dern, John A. "The Revenant of Vienna: A Critical Comparison of Carol Reed's Film The Third Man and Bram Stoker's Novel Dracula." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 4-11.

160. Reiner, R. Matthews, Tom. "The Most Important Experience of My Career: Rob Reiner on Stand By Me." CS 12.5 (2005): 73.

161. Resnais, A. Craig, Siobhan S. "Tu n'as rien vu a Hiroshima: Desire, Spectatorship and the Vaporized Subject in Hiroshima Mon Amour." QRFV 22.1 (2005): 25-35.

162. Wilson, Emma. "Material Remains: Night and Fog.'" Oct 112 (2005): 89-110.

163. Rodriguez, R. Fuller, Graham, and Mark Olsen. "Colour Me Noir." SS 15.6 (2005): 12-16. Looks at the director's adaptation of Frank Miller's Sin City.

Rohmer, E. See entry under Godard, J.-L.

164. Romero, G. D'Agnolo-Vallan, Giulia. "Let Them Eat Flesh." FC 41.4 (2005): 23-24. Examines Romero's recent work.

165. Rouch, J. Dilorio, Sam. "Border Crossing." FC 41.3 (2005): 58-62. Appreciation of the career of Jean Rouch.

166. Russell, K. Tibbetts, John C. "Elgar's Ear: A Conversation with Ken Russell." QRFV 22.1 (2005): 37-49.

167.--. "Ken Russell's The Debussy Film." HJFRTV 25.1 (2005): 81-99.

168. Scorsese, M. Christie, Ian. "Fly Guy." SS 15.1 (2005): 18-20. On the making of Scorsese's The Aviator.

169. O'Brien, Geoffrey. "Machine Dreams." FC 41.1 (2005): 22-25. Looks at Scorsese's The Aviator.

170. Taubin, Amy. "From There to Here." FC 41.6 (2005): 30-33. Examines Scorsese's film No Direction Home.

171. White, Thomas. "Eat the Documentary: Scorsese's Dylan Film Premieres on PBS, NBC." ID 24.8 (2005): 10-11. On No Direction Home: Bob Dylan.

172. Scott, R. Dabashi, Hamid. "Warriors of Faith." SS 15.5 (2005): 24-27. Assesses the attitude of Kingdom of Heaven towards Islam.

173. Klien, Stephen. "Public Character and the Simulacrum: The Construction of the Soldier Patriot and Citizen Agency in Black Hawk Down." CSMC 22.5 (2005): 427-49.

174. Sembene, O. Kemp, Philip. "Mother Courage." SS 15.6 (2005): 40-43. Profile of the director.

175. Sirk, D. Chung, Hye Seung. "Hollywood Goes to Korea: Biopic Politics and Douglas Sirk's Battle Hymn." HJFRTV 25.1 (2005): 51-80.

176. Niu, Greta Ai-Yu. "Performing White Triangles: Joan Riviere's 'Womanliness as a Masquerade' and Imitation of Life." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 135-44.

177. Rentschler, Eric. "Douglas Sirk Revisited: The Limits and Possibilities of Artistic Agency." NGC 95 (2005): 149-61.

178. Soderbergh, S. Shaw, Deborah. "'You are Alright, But ...': Individual and Collective Representations of Mexicans, Latinos, Anglo-Americans, and Africans in Steven Soderbergh's Traffic." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 211-23.

179. Solondz, T. Matheou, Demetrios. "The Sunshine Kids." SS 15.5 (2005): 28-29. On Todd Solondz's new film Palindromes.

180. Spielberg, S. Naremore, James. "Love and Death in A.I.: Artificial Intelligence." MQR 44.2 (2005): 256-84.

181. Stone, O. Crowdus, Gary. "Dramatizing Issues that Historians Don't Address: An Interview with Oliver Stone." Cin 30.2 (2005): 12-23.

182. Keller, James R. "Discretion and Valor: Prince Hal's Platoon." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 110-17. Discussion of Stone's film in light of its Shakespearean resonances.

183. Tarkovsky, A. Giralt, Gabriel F. "Andrei Tarkovsky's Film Adaptation of the Motifs Embedded in Leonardo da Vinci's The Adoration of the Magi." CJFS 14.2 (2005): 71-83.

184. James, Nick. "Icon." SS 15.3 (2005): 30-33. Examines the initial reception of Takovsky's films.

185. White, Jerry. "Brakhage's Tarkovsky and Tarkovsky's Brakhage: Collectivity, Subjectivity, and the Dream of Cinema." CJFS 14.1 (2005): 69-84.

186. Toback, J. Biskind, Peter. "Muscular Contractions." SS 15.2 (2005): 24-26. On the making of Toback's When Will I Be Loved.

187. Trier, L. von Galt, Rosalind. "Back Projection: Visualizing Past and Present Europe in Zentropa." CJ 45.1 (2005): 3-21.

188. Van Gogh, T. Moller, Olaf. "Dutch Courage, of Sorts." FC 41.1 (2005): 1214. Profiles the work of the Dutch director killed by Islamic terrorists.

189. Van Sant, G. Taubin, Amy. "Blurred Exit." SS 15.9 (2005): 16-19. Considers his new film Last Days.

190. Vertov, D. Nesbet, Anne. "Understanding Man with a Movie Camera." FQ 59.1 (2005): 3.

191. Welles, O. Beckham II, Jack M. "Placing Touch of Evil, The Border, and Traffic in the American Imagination." JPFT 33.3 (2005): 130-41.

192. Wenders, W. Mariniello, Silvestra. "Experience and Memory in the Films of Wim Wenders." Sub 34.1 (2005): 159-79.

193. Wexler, H. Fisher, Bob. "My Father, the Cinematographer: Mark Wexler's Personal Journey to Reconnect with his Famous Dad." ID 24.2 (2005): 8-10, 12. On the career of Haskell Wexler.

194. Wilder, B. Manon, Hugh S. "Some Like It Cold: Fetishism in Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity." CJ 44.4 (2005): 18-43.

195. Wise, R. Combs, Richard. "Cracking Wise." FC 41.6 (2005): 34-36. Retrospective on the career of Robert Wise.

196. Wong, K.-W. Arthur, Paul. "Philosophy in the Bedroom: Wong Kar-wai's 2046." Cin 30.4 (2005): 6-8.

197. Kraicer, Shelly. "Tracking the Elusive Wong Kar-wai." Cin 30.4 (2005): 14-15.

198. Nochimson, Martha. "Beautiful Resistance: The Early Films of Wong Karwai." Cin 30.4 (2005): 9-13.

Also see the following entries: 22, 267, 270, 276, 281, 303, 388, 389, 409, 444, 445, 448, 475, 495, 513, 528, 530, 543, 582.

DOCUMENTARY

199. Almo, Laura. "A Doc Community Thrives Among Dot-Com Survivors: The D-Word, Doculink and Media Rights.org." ID 24.3 (2005): 36-39.

200. Arthur, Paul. "Extreme Makeover: The Changing Face of Documentary." Cin 30.3 (2005): 18-23.

201.--. "Year of the Doc Redux." FC 41.1 (2005): 47. Brief commentary on the upsurge in documentary films.

202. Aufderheide, Pat. "The Changing Documentary Marketplace." Cin 30.3 (2005): 24-28.

203.--, and Peter Jaszi. "Fair Use: The Documentarian's Best Friend." ID 24.5 (2005): 20-22. On the Fair Use Copyright law.

204. Bahar, Kamal. "A Persian Perspective: Documentary Films in Iran." ID 24.3 (2005): 40-43.

205. Bernard, Sheila Curran. "Eyes on the Rights: The Rising Cost of Putting History on Screen." ID 24.5 (2005): 26, 28-31. On the cost of using archival images.

206. Brew, Kathy. "Eastern Eurovision: Doc Programs in Prague and St. Petersburg." ID 24.9 (2005): 56-57.

207. Cardilli, Darianna. "Polar Express: The Mystical Journey of the Emperor Penguin." ID 24.7 (2005): 15-17.

208. Carracedo, Almindena. "Abre Los Ojos! Taking A Closer Look at Latino Docs." ID. 24.6 (2005): 24-26.

209. Chiu, Kuei-fen. "Taiwan and Its Spectacular Others: Aesthetic Reflexivity in Two Documentaries by Women Filmmakers from Taiwan." AC 16.1 (2005): 98-107.

210. Choi, Suhi. "The Rise of Korean Independent Documentary: A Case Study of Sang-Kye-Dong Olympics." AC 16.1 (2005): 28-45.

211. Dawson, Ashley. "Documenting the Trauma of Apartheid: Long Day's Journey into Day and South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission." Sc 46.4 (2005): 473-86.

212. Diffrient, David Scott. "An Olympic Omnibus: International Competition, Cooperation, and Politics in Visions of Eight." F&H 35.2 (2005): 19-28.

213. Fisher, Bob. "Capturing the Enchantment of the Land: John Graboska's Poetic Tribute to New Mexico." ID 24.7 (2005): 24-26.

214.--. "Documentary as a Spawning Ground for Female Cinematographers." ID 24.2 (2005): 36-41.

216. Fox, Jo. "John Grierson, His 'Documentary Boys' and the British Ministry of Information, 1939-1942." HJFRTV 25.3 (2005): 345-69.

217. Gabert, Shelley. "Boxing While Black: Ken Burnes Chronicles Jack Johnson's Bout with Racism." ID 24.1 (2005): 8-10, 12.

218.--. "Wheelchair Warriors: Murderball Tackles, Transcends Sports Doc Genre." ID 24.7 (2005): 12-14.

219. Georgakas, Dan, and Barbara Saltz. "The Wine We Make Reflects Who We Are." Cin 30.3 (2005): 12-16. Looks at the new documentary Mondovino.

220. Gibney, Alex. "The Straight Dope on the Crooked E: Glossy Images, Black Humor and the Music of Tom Waits Inform Enron Doc." ID 24.5 (2005): 8-10. On Gibney's Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room.

221. Gilinsky, Jaron. "Miami Spice: Docs Add Sabot to Florida's Film Festival." ID 24.4 (2005): 24-27. On the 22nd Annual Miami International Film Festival.

222. Hamid, Rahul. "The Cinema of a Stateless Nation: An Interview with Bahman Ghobadi." Cin 30.3 (2005): 42-45.

223. Higgins, Lynn A. "Documentary in an Age of Terror." SCR 22.2 (2005): 20-38.

224. Hight, Craig. "Making-of Documentaries on DVD: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and Special Editions." VLT 56 (2005): 4-17.

225. Hori, Hikari. "Migration and Transgression: Female Pioneers of Documentary Filmmaking in Japan." AC 16.1 (2005): 89-97.

226. Jacobson, Harlan. "Road to Perdition." FC 41.1 (2005): 20-21. Looks at the documentary film Route 181.

227. Jones, Kent. "I Walk the Line." FC 41.1 (2005): 30-33. Examines the style of recent documentary films.

228. Leacock, Richard. "A Modern-Day Master & Apprentice: The Collaboration Between Ricky Leacock and Valerie Lalonde." ID 24.4 (2005): 20, 22.

229. Lee, Nam. "'Repatriation and the History of Korean Documentary Filmmaking." AC 16.1 (2005): 16-27.

230. Lerner, Jesse. "The Paradoxes of Quirigua." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 78-83. Looks at the experimental documentary Paradox.

231. Lewis, Kevin. "Artful Danger: Jessica Yu Finds Herself 'in the Realms of the Unreal.'" ID 24.1 (2005): 14-16.

232.--. "Full Frame: Focuses on War and Government Corruption." ID 24.6 (2005): 15-18.

233. Lovejoy, Alice. "Dueling Docs." FC 41.1 (2005): 67-70. Surveys contemporary "progressive" documentaries and their political function.

234. McDonald, Kathy A. "Bad Religion: The Education of Shelby Knox and Twist of Faith." ID 24.6 (2005): 10-12.

235. McLane, Betsy A. "Brazil a Global Force in Documentary? It's All True!" ID 24.7 (2005): 34-36.

236. May, Rachel Proctor. "Telling Texas Tales: East Austin Stories are for Sharing." ID 24.8 (2005): 28-30. On the East Austin spring documentaries showcase.

237. Mielke, Bo. "Rhetoric and Ideology in the Nuclear Test Documentary." FQ 58.3 (2005): 28-37.

238. Misiak, Anna. "Not a Stupid White Man: The Democratic Context of Michael Moore's Documentaries." IPFT 33.3 (2005): 160-68.

239. Nelson, Rob. "M.I.A." FC 41.5 (2005): 67-68. Examines the Vietnam War documentary Winter Soldier.

240. Nichols, Bill. "The Time of the Orator." FQ 59.2 (2005): 3. Essay examines the communist bias in recent documentaries about the Iraq war.

241. Plantinga, Carl. "What a Documentary is, After All." JAAC 63.2 (2005): 105-17.

242. Porton, Richard. "Going Against the Grain: An Interview with Pawel Pawlikowski." Cin 30.3 (2005): 37-41.

243. Rabban, Jonathan. "Thinking About Documentary: Notes Toward a Lecture." MQR 44.4 (2005): 554-69.

244. Renov, Michael, et al. "The Political Documentary in America Today." Cin 30.3 (2005): 37-41. Roundtable discussion.

245. Rick, Barbara. "Documentaries at The Gates: Maysles Does Christo--Once Again." ID 24.9 (2005): 16-18.

246. Rosenbaum, Steve. "The Future of Nonfiction: Reality in Real Time." ID 24.6 (2005): 40-41. On advancements in technology that change how we view documentaries.

247. Rutherford, Anne. "'Not Firing Arrows': Multiplicity, Heterogeneity and the Future of Documentary: Interview with Amar Kanwar." AC 16.1 (2005): 117-24.

248. Schoenecke, Michael. "Bobby Jones, Golf, and His Instructional Reels." F&H 35.2 (2005): 67-70.

249. Seavey, Nina Gilden. "Momma Doc: The Filmmaker as Homemaker." ID 24.2 (2005): 52-58.

250. Sheldon, Elizabeth. "Welcome to the Occupation: Michael Tucker's Dispatches from Baghdad." ID 24.2 (2005): 14-16.

251. Slates, Josh. "Fahrenheit Fallout? Cannes Competition Disses Docs." ID 24.8 (2005): 50, 52-53.

252. Smaill, Belinda. "Three Australian Documentaries: Diaspora and Subjectivity." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 22-34.

253. Swimmer, Jeff. "Be Careful What You Wish For: Doc on Natural Disasters Finds Its Drama in Sumatra." ID 24.5 (2005): 12-14.

254. Traverso, Antonio, and Martin Mhando. "Salaam Cinema: Unlikely Journeys in Documentary." AC 16.1 (2005): 108-16.

255. Uabumrungjit, Chalida. "Sleepy Consciousness of Thai Documentary Film." AC 16.1 (2005): 71-77.

256. Vicari, Diane Estelle. "Against All Odds: The Decade-Long Journey to Bring 'Sugihara' to the Screen." ID 24.4 (2005): 12-14. On the life of Chiune Sugihara.

257. Wang, Ban. "Documentary as Haunting of the Real: The Logic of Capital in Blind Shaft." AC 16.1 (2005): 4-15.

258. Wang, Yiman. "The Amateur's Lightning Rod: DV Documentary in Postsocialist China." FQ 58.4 (2005): 16-26.

259. White, Doug. "Missouri Breaks: Documentaries Enjoy a Renaissance in St. Louis." ID 24.4 (2005): 38-41. On the history and renaissance of documentaries in St. Louis.

260. White, Thomas. "Driving the Auto-Documentary to a New Level: Jonathan Caouette." ID 24.1 (2005): 60-62. On his IDA Jacqueline Donnel Emerging Documentary Filmmaker Award.

261.--. "Lyin' 'bout Zion: Marc Levin's Protocols Debunks Anti-Semitic Tract." ID 24.9 (2005): 20, 22.

262. Wood, Jason. "Origins of the Agit Fop." SS 15.3 (2005): 22-24. On the work of documentarist Nick Bloomfield.

Also see the following entries: 64, 99, 110, 111, 162, 165, 170, 171, 273, 524, 677.

FILM AND ALLIED ARTS (includes Film and Literature)

263. Bottinelli, Jennifer J. "Watching Lear: Resituating the Gaze at the Intersection of Film and Drama in Kristian Levring's The King is Alive." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 101-09.

264. Celeste, Reni. "The Sound of Silence: Film Music and Lament." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 113-23.

265. Fuller, David. "The Bogdanov Version: The English Shakespeare Company Wars of the Roses." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 118-41.

266. Hardy, Sylvia. "H. G. Wells: The Man Who Knew Too Much." SS 15.7 (2005): 26-29. Considers Wells' contribution to the early cinema.

267. Helmbold, Anita. "'Take a Soldier, Take a King': The (In)Separability of Conflict in Branagh's Henry V." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 280-89.

268. Hock, Stephen. "'Stories Told Sideways Out of the Big Mouth': John Dos Passos's Bazinian Camera Eye." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 20-27.

269. Hurt, Woody. "Maximum Elmore." SS 15.4 (2005): 26-27. Looks at efforts to adapt Elmore Leonard's novels into film.

270. Inge, M. Thomas. "Jay Gatsby and the Little Tramp: F. Scott Fitzgerald and Charlie Chaplin." SPC 28.1 (2005): 60-70.

271. Johnson, Michael K. "Not Telling the Story the Way It Happened: Alfonso Cuaron's Great Expectations." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 62-78.

272. Kong, Ying. "Cinematic Techniques in Modernist Poetry." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 28-40.

273. Krinsky, Tamara. "Comparative Shakespeare: The Whole World's a Stage--Be It a Classroom or a Prison." ID 24.8 (2005): 16, 18, 20. Juliann Spitzmiller, Mel Stuart, and Hank Rogerson talk about documenting inmates and underprivileged students performing Shakespeare.

274. Lockett, Christopher. "Terror and Rebirth: Cathleen ni Houlihan, from Yeats to The Crying Game." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 290-305.

275. Marsh, Kelly A. "Dead Husbands and Other 'Girls' Stuff': The Trifles in Legally Blond." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 201-06. Looks at the influence of the Glaspell play on the film Legally Blond.

276. Marshall, Kelli. "'It doth forget to do the thing it should': Classical Hollywood Conventions and Kenneth Branagh's Love's Labour's Lost." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 83-91.

277. McCombe, John P. "'Suiting the Action to the Word': The Clarendon Tempest and the Evolution of a Narrative Silent Shakespeare." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 142-55.

278. Pelecanos, George. "The Best of Elmore Leonard." SS 15.4 (2005): 2830. Examines the themes in the best adaptations of Leonard's novels.

279. Pelizzon, V. Penelope, and Nancy Martha West. "Multiple Indemnity: Film Noir, James M. Cain, and Adaptations of a Tabloid Case." Nar 13.3 (2005): 211-37.

280. Scheurer, Timothy E. "Musical Mythopoesis and Heroism in Film Scores of Recent Sports Movies." JPFT 32.4 (2005): 157-66.

281. Sheppard, Philippa. "'Sigh no more ladies'--the Song in Much Ado About Nothing: Shakespeare and Branagh Deliver Aural Pleasure." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 92-100.

282. Walker, Elsie M. "When Past and Present Collide: Laura Rossi's Music for Silent Shakespeare." LFQ 33.2 (2005): 156-67.

283. Wang, Yiman. "From Word to Word-Image: Film Translation of a 'Sketchy' Chinese Short Story, Spring Silkworm." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 41-50.

284. Wright, Sarah. "Dropping the Mask: Theatricality and Absorption in Saenz de Heredia's Don Juan." Sc 46.4 (2005): 415-32.

Also see the following entries: 3, 42, 57, 73, 98, 127, 140, 144, 159, 163, 182, 183, 321, 343, 344, 346, 586, 600, 639.

FILM HISTORY (includes Film Preservation)

285. Abel, Richard. "Memory Work: French Historical Epics, 1926-27." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 352-62.

286. Alvarez, Max Joseph. "The Origins of the Film Exchange." FH 17.4 (2005): 431-65.

287. Brownlow, Kevin. "Annus Mirabilis: The Film in 1927." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 168-78.

288. Carroll, Nathan. "Unwrapping Archives: DVD Restoration Demonstrations and the Marketing of Authenticity." VLT 56 (2005): 18-31.

289. Cripps, Thomas. "'Waiter's Thing': The NAACP's Hollywood Bureau of 1946--A Cautionary Tale." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 116-25.

290. Dahlquist, Marina. "Becoming American in 19107: Pathe Freres' Settlement in New Jersey." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 251-62.

291.--. "Global versus Local: The Case of Pathe." FH 17.1 (2005): 29-38.

292. Eckardt, Michael. "Pioneers in South African Film History: Thelma Gutsche's Tribute to William Kennedy Laurie Dickson, the Man Who Filmed the Boer War." HJFRTV 25.4 (2005): 637-46.

293. Fullerton, John, and Elaine King. "Local Views, Distant Scenes: Registering Affect in Surviving Mexican Actuality Films of the 1920s." FH 17.1 (2005): 66-87.

294. Gauthier, Christophe. Trans. Laure Brost. "1927, Year One of the French Film Heritage?" FH 17.2-3 (2005): 289-306.

295. Guzman, Tony. "The Little Theatre Movement: The Institutionalization of the European Art Film in America." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 261-84.

296. Hahn, James. "Sorrell and Son: Difficult Viewing." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 285-88. Reports on the preservation of this early Academy Award nominee.

297. Holmes, Sean P. "And the Villain Still Pursued Her: The Actors' Equity Association in Hollywood, 1919-1929." HJFRTV 25.1 (2005): 27-50.

298. Horak, Jan-Christopher. "Sauerkraut and Sausages with a Little Goulash: Germans in Hollywood, 1927." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 241-60.

299. James, Nick. "So Many Moustaches!" SS 15.1 (2005): 28-30. Examines recently discovered cache of early English films.

300. King, Rob. "'Made for the Masses with an Appeal to the Classes': The Triangle Film Corporation and the Failure of Highbrow Film Culture." CJ 44.2 (2005): 3-33.

301. Komatsu, Hiroshi. "The Foundation of Modernism: Japanese Cinema in the Year 1927." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 363-75.

302. Koszarski, Richard. "Flu Season: Moving Picture World Reports on Pandemic Influenza, 1918-19." FH 17.4 (2005): 466-85.

303.--. "'It's No Use to Have an Unhappy Man': Paul Fejos at Universal." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 234-40.

304. Melnick, Ross. "Station R-O-X-Y: Roxy and the Radio." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 217-33.

305. Regester, Charlene B. "From the Buzzard's Roost: Black Movie-going in Durham and Other North Carolina Cities during the Early Period of American Cinema." FH 17.1 (2005): 113-24.

306. Russell, Catherine. "New Women of the Silent Screen: China, Japan, Hollywood." CO 20.3 (2005): 1-13.

307. Trahiar, Lisa. "Figural Vision: Freud, Lyotard, and Early Cinematic Comedy." Sc 46.2 (2005): 175-93.

308. Veray, Laurent. Trans. Bill Krohn. "1927: The Apotheosis of the French Historical Film?" FH 17.2-3 (2005): 334-51.

Also see the following entries: 1, 4, 52, 54, 55, 60, 106, 139, 316, 363, 372, 373, 377, 384, 392, 426, 439, 455, 525, 613, 629, 630, 633.

GENRE

309. Aikin, Roger Cushing. "Was Jud Jewish? Property, Ethnicity, and Gender in Oklahoma." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 277-83.

310. Briefel, Aviva. "Monster Pains: Masochism, Menstruation, and Identification in the Horror Film." FQ 58.3 (2005): 16-27.

311. Craig, J. Robert. "The Origin Story in Werewolf Cinema of the 1930s and '40s." SPC 27.3 (2005): 75-86.

312. Gates, Philippa. "'Fighting the Good Fight': The Real and the Moral in the Contemporary Hollywood Combat Film." QRFV 22.4 (2005): 297-310.

313. Geraghty, Lincoln. "Creating and Comparing Myth in Twentieth-Century Science Fiction: Star Trek and Star Wars." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 191-200.

314. Hillis, Ken. "Film Noir and the American Dream: The Dark Side of Enlightenment." VLT 55 (2005): 3-18.

315. Houston, Kerr. "'Siam not so Small!': Maps, History, and Gender in The King and I." CO 20.2 (2005): 73-117.

316. Jacobs, Lea. "Men without Women: The Avatars of What Price Glory." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 307-33. Looks at masculinist adventure melodramas of the 1920s.

317. Johnson, Michael. "Cowboys, Cooks, and Comics: African American Characters in Westerns of the 1930s." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 225-35.

318. Juncker, Clara. "Simulacrum Savannah: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 182-90.

319. Kermode, Mark. "Spirit Levels." SS 15.8 (2005): 30-34. Considers the wave of adaptations of Japanese horror films.

320. Kirby, David A., and Laura A. Gaither. "Genetic Coming of Age: Genomics, Enhancement, and Identity in Film." NLH 36.2 (2005): 263-82.

321. Lerner, Neil. "'Look at that big hand move along': Clocks, Containment, and Music in High Noon." SAQ 104.1 (2005): 151-73.

322. Lev, Peter. "Filming The Longest Day: Conflicting Interests." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 263-69.

323. Matheson, Sue. "The West-Hardboiled: Adaptations of Film Noir Elements, Existentialism, and Ethics in John Wayne's Westerns." JPC 38.5 (2005): 888-910.

324. Matthews, Tom. "Comedy." CS 12.6 (2005): 61-63. On the essential elements for contemporary comedies.

325. Nishimi, LeiLani. "The Mulatto Cyborg: Imagining a Multiracial Future." CJ 44.2 (2005): 34-49.

326. Osmond, Andrew, et al. "Only Human." SS 15.5 (2005): 12-15. Series of pieces on the making of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

327. Shefrin, Elana. "Le Noir et le Blanc: Hybrid Myths in Devil in a Blue Dress and L.A. Confidential." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 172-81.

328. Slocum, J. David. "Cinema and the Civilizing Process: Rethinking Violence in the World War II Combat Film." CJ 44.3 (2005): 35-63.

329. Spector, Josh. "Science Fiction and Fantasy Films." CS 12.4 (2005): 59-63.

330. Stewart, Matthew. "Danis Tanovic's No Man's Land and the Contemporary War Movie." WQ 47.1 (2005): 9-25.

331. Telotte, J. P. "Disney in Science Fiction Land." JPFT 33.1 (2005): 12-21. Examines Disney's blending of science fiction and "science fact" in television and film.

332. Waites, Kathleen J. "Graeme Clifford's Biopic, Frances: Once a Failed Lady, Twice Indicted." LFQ 33.1 (2005): 12-19.

333. Williams, Paul. "Beyond Mad Max III: Race, Empire, and Heroism in Post-Apocalyptic Terrain." SFS 32.2 (2005): 301-15.

334. Wilner, Warren. "The Lone Ranger as a Metaphor for the Psychoanalytic Movement from Conscious to Unconscious Experience." PsyR 92.5 (2005): 759-76.

335. Wynands, Sandra. "Sam Shepard's Anti-Western: Silent Tongue as Cultural Critique." CRAS 35.2 (2005).

Also see the following entries: 12, 14, 63, 70, 76, 79, 130, 136, 140, 141, 142, 146, 159, 164, 191, 194, 266, 280, 307, 520, 530, 566, 572, 578.

INDEPENDENT AND EXPERIMENTAL

336. Anker, Steve. "Remembering Stan Brakhage." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 9-22.

337. Arnaud, Jean. "Touching to See." Oct 114 (2005): 5-16. Examines Snow's stylistic focus on visual contact and surfaces.

338. Arthur, Paul. "Joker at Play in a Sea of Holes." FC 41.5 (2005): 42-44. Looks at the work of filmmaker Owen Land.

339. Baugh, Scott L. "Cinematic Dis-contents: Addressing a Latina/Latino Avant-Garde through the Browser Apparatus." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 57-77.

340. Binfield, Marnie. "An Interview with Lourdes Portillo." VLT 55 (2005): 33-38.

341. Brakhage, Marilyn. "Rhythms of Vision in Stan Brakhage's City Streaming." CJFS 14.1 (2005): 5-11.

342. Butler, Alison. "Feminist Film in the Gallery: If 6 Was 9." CO 20.1 (2005): 1-31.

343. Cardullo, Bert. "The Preemptive Image." SwR 90.3 (2005): 463-56. Examines Artaud's work in theater and film.

344. Elder, R. Bruce. "Goethe's Faust, Gertrude Stein's Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights, and Stan Brakhage's Faust Series." CJFS 14.1 (2005): 51-68.

345. Jaafar, Ali. "Madonna of the Mules." SS 15.4 (2005): 22-23. Looks at the Sundance Award-winning film Maria Full of Grace.

346. James, David E. "Artists as Filmmakers in Los Angeles." Oct 112 (2005): 111-29.

347. Kuchar, George. "Cans and Cassettes." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 84-89. The experimental filmmaker reviews his career.

348. MacDonald, Scott. "Exploring the New West: An Interview with James Benning." FQ 58.3 (2005): 2-15.

349. Mellencamp, Patricia. "Ant Farm Redux: Pyrotechnics and Emergence." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 40-56. Revisits the work of the independent media art collective Ant Farm.

350. Michelson, Annette. "The Sound of Music: A Conversation with Michael Snow." Oct 114 (2005): 43-60.

351. Morris, Susan. "It Takes the Village: Exhibiting Independent Cinema in Lower Manhattan." ID 24.9 (2005): 32, 34-35.

352. Pruska-Oldenhof, Izabella. "The Aesthetics of Menace: Stan Brakhage, Tom Thomson, and the Group of Seven." CJFS 14.1 (2005): 26-50.

353. Rich, B. Ruby. "Tell It to the Camera." SS 15.4 (2005): 32-34. Offers background on the mixed forms used by Jonathan Caouette.

354. Small, Edward S. "Technostructural Expectations." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 33-39. Looks at the impact of digital technologies on experimental film.

355. Smith, Gavin. "Family Business." FC 41.2 (2005): 68. Examines recurring themes in recent independent films.

356. Supanick, Jim. "Rules of Engagement." FC 41.6 (2005): 42-44. On the work of Morgan Fisher.

357. Testa, Bart. "Late and Somewhere Firm: Notes on Brakhage's Vancouver Island Films." CJFS 14.1 (2005): 12-25.

358. Turvey, Malcolm. "The Child in the Machine: On the Use of CGI in Michael Snow's Corpus Callosum." Oct 114 (2005): 29-42.

359. Varela, Willie. "Canada's Multimedia Master: An E-Mail Interview with Michael Snow." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 23-32.

360.--. "We Will Not Go Quietly: Some Thoughts on the Avant-Garde, Then and Now." JFV 57.1-2 (2005): 3-8.

361. White, Thomas. "Sex, Faith, Politics and Rock 'n' Roll: The Stuff of Which Sundance '05 Was Made." ID 24.4 (2005): 28, 30-31.

Also see the following entries: 12, 185, 230, 371, 479, 496.

INDUSTRY/EXHIBITION

362. Anon. "The 30th Annual Grosses Gloss." FC 41.2 (2005): 60-61. Annual report on film profits.

363. Belston, Schawn, and Rob Easterla. "Fox 1927: A Year in Pictures." FH 17.2-3 (2005): 179-86.

364. Braun, Brigitte, and Uli Jung. "Local Films from Trier, Luxembourg, and Metz: A Successful Business Venture of the Marzen Family, Cinema Owners." FH 17.1 (2005): 19-28.

365. Broderick, Peter. "Weapons of Mass Distribution: Ammunition for Targeting Your Audience." ID 24.3 (2005): 18-20, 22.

366. Cirile, Jim. "The Box Office Blues." CS 12.5 (2005): 48-49. On the exaggeration of the box office's demise.

367.--. "The Eyes and Ears of Hollywood." CS 12.3 (2005): 40-41. On the power of assistants in Hollywood.

368. Clinch, Catherine. "Casting for Character." CS 12.5 (2005): 54-55.

369.--. "Give me a (Tax) Break." CS 12.4 (2005): 46-47. On the American Jobs Creation Act and incentives for filmmaking.

370.--. "What's Your Brand?" CS 12.3 (2005): 48-49. Looks at the use of brand names to sell entertainment.

371. Goldsmith, Jeff. "Sundance: What Hit the Screens This Year in Park City." CS 12.2 (2005): 24-25.

372. Gomery, Douglas. "What Was Adolph Zukor Doing in 19277" FH 17.2-3 (2005): 205-16.

373. Jernudd, Asa. "Reform and Entertainment: Film Exhibition and Leisure ill a Small Town in Sweden at the End of the Nineteenth Century." FH 17.1 (2005): 88-105.

374. Mamet, David. "Forever Amber." FC 41.5 (2005): 46-48. Overview of the Hollywood approach to moviemaking.

375. Nahra, Carol. "Digital Europa: Beating Hollywood at Its Own Distribution Game." ID 24.3 (2005): 24, 26-27.

376. Oort, Thunnis van. "'That pleasant feeling of peaceful coziness': Cinema Exhibition in a Dutch Mining District during the Inter-war Period." FH 17.1 (2005): 148-59.

377. Richards, Helen. "Cinema as an Attraction: Representations of Bridgend's Cinema Exhibition History in the Glamorgan Gazette, Wales, 1900-1939." HJFRTV 25.3 (2005): 427-53.

378. Ryfle, Steve. "Learning the Hard Way." CS 12.1 (2005): 34-35. Advice for acquiring an agent.

379.--. "Bad Agents and Problem Clients." CS 12.2 (2005): 40-41.

380.--. "You Gotta Fight for Your Rights." CS 12.3 (2005): 38-39. On Gregory Hudson's suit against Universal, Imagine Entertainment, and Eddie Murphy for script piracy.

381. Schauer, Bradley. "The Criterion Collection in the New Home Video Market: An Interview with Susan Arosteguy." VLT 56 (2005): 32-35.

382. Smith, Jeremy. "Return of the Spec King: Shane Black is Back--But Does Hollywood Care?" CS 12.5 (2005): 64-68.

383. Spector, Josh. "The New Face of Urban Films." CS 12.3 (2005): 62-65. On the new urban film market.

384. Waller, Gregory A. "Imagining and Promoting the Small-Town Theater." CJ 44.3 (2005): 3-19.

385. Wilson, Donald. "Passion P(l)ays." FC 41.2 (2005): 57-58. Discusses new strategies for film distribution.

Also see the following entries: 4, 30, 48, 51, 202, 286, 291, 303, 305, 351, 443, 663, 671.

INTERNATIONAL (includes Film Festivals)

386. Amago, Samuel. "Why Spaniards Make Good Bad Guys: Sergi Lopez and the Persistence of the Black Legend in Contemporary European Cinema." FCr 30.1 (2005): 41-63.

387. Anderson, Janelle Tangonan. "Genre, Postcolonialism, and the Filipino Jose Rizal." AC 16.1 (2005): 334-38.

388. Angelopoulos, Theo. "An Artist of the Floating World." SS 15.1 (2005): 28-30. The filmmaker talks about the themes he has explored throughout his career.

389. Anon. "He Who Hesitates." FC 41.2 (2005): 34-38. Looks at the recent work of Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda.

390. Badt, Karin. "The Dardenne Brothers at Cannes: 'We Want to Make It Live.'" FCr 30.1 (2005): 64-71.

391.--. "Festival Report: Cannes, 2005." FCr 29.3 (2005): 60-69.

392. Bao, Weihong. "From Pearl White to White Rose Woo: Tracing the Vernacular Body of Nuxia in Chinese Silent Cinema." CO 20.3 (2005): 193-231.

393. Beaulieu, Michel S. "'The Best Picture Ever Made in Canada'? Thunder Bay Films Limited and The Devil Bea." CJFS 14.2 (2005): 18-37.

394. Bettinson, Gary. "Reflections on a Screen Narcissist: Leslie Cheung's Star Persona in the Films of Wong Karwai." AC 16.1 (2005): 220-38.

395. Bloom, Michelle E. "Contemporary Franco-Chinese Cinema: Translation, Citation, and Imitation in Dai Sijie's Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress and Tsai Ming-Liang's What Time is It There?" QRFV 22.4 (2005): 311-25.

396. Broderick, Mick. "Septic Tanks Down-under: Representing American Soldiers as 'Other' in Australian Cinema." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 94-108.

397. Browne, Nick. "On Western Critiques of Chinese Film." AC 16.2 (2005): 23-35.

398. Carr, Patrick L. "Fragmented Visions of Social Stasis in the Films of Tran Anh Hung." AC 16.1 (2005): 149-61.

399. Chen, Ming-May Jessie, and Mazharul Haque. "The Chinese Fifth Generation Directors and Their Films." AC 16.1 (2005): 306-24.

400. Chen, Ya-chen. "There is a Beauty in the Door(way) of Flying Daggers." AC 16.2 (2005): 277-91.

401. Childs, Cynthia. "Jung Ji-Woo' s Happy End: Modernity, Masculinity, and Murder." AC 16.2 (2005): 210-20.

402. Chua, John. "Something Borrowed, Something New: Ye Ban Ge Sheng (Song at Midnight) and the Cross-Cultural Reinterpretations of Horror in Twentieth Century China." AC 16.2 (2005): 122-46.

403. Chute, David. "The Big B." FC 41.2 (2005): 50-56. Discussion of Bollywood actors.

404.--. "Face Value." FC 41.3 (2005): 54-56. Looks at recent Hong Kong films.

405. Ciecko, Anne. "Fifth Annual New York Korean Film Festival: 'Truth or Dare.'" AC 16.2 (2005): 301-04.

406. Conrich, Ian. "Global Pressure and the Political State: New Zealand's Cinema of Crisis." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 140-50.

407. Dalziell, Tanya, and Tony Hughes-D'Aeth. "Thematising the Global: Recent Australian Film." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 109-21.

408. Diffrient, David Scott. "'Military Enlightenment' for the Masses: Generic and Cultural Intermixing in South Korea's Golden Age War Films." CJ 45.1 (2005): 22-49.

409. Dixon, Wheeler Winston. "An Interview with Takashi Shimizu." QRFV 22.1 (2005): 1-16.

410. Duncan, Derek. "Stairway to Heaven: Ferzan Ozpetek and the Revision of Italy." NC 3.2 (2005): 101-13.

411. Durafour, Jean-Michel. "WKW: A Cinema of the Exappropriation." AC 16.2 (2005): 268-76.

412. Ferreira, Carolin Overhoff. "The Adolescent as Postcolonial Allegory: Strategies of Intersubjectivity in Recent Portuguese Films." CO 20.2 (2005): 35-71.

413. Filipcevic, Vojislava. "Historical Narrative and the East-West Leitmotif in Milcho Manchevski's Before the Rain and Dust." FCr 29.2 (2004-05): 3-33.

414. Fisher, Jaimey. "Wandering in/to the Rubble-Film: Flanerie and the Exploded Panorama after 1945." GQ 78.4 (2005): 461-80.

415. Fujiwara, Chris. "Caught." FC 41.5 (2005): 56-64. Reassessment of the films of Mikio Naruse.

416. Ganguly, Suranjan. "Dealing Death, Saving Lives: Forms of Otherness in Adoor Gopalakrishnan's Shadow Kill." AC 16.2 (2005): 36-44.

417. Gauthier, Jennifer L. "Where is Here? Local Visions in Three Canadian Films." CJFS 14.2 (2005): 38-53.

418. Georgakas, Dan, and Barbara Saltz. "This is a Film You Should See Twice: An Interview with Hany Abu-Assad." Cin 31.1 (2005): 16-19.

419. Gerow, Aaron. "Finding an Indigenous Film Voice: An Interview with Auraeus Solito." AC 16.1 (2005): 78-88.

420. Green, Geff. "The Significance of Island of Demons and Kriss: The Bali Subgenre of the South-Seas Films, Their Primitivist Discourse and Tropicalist Fantasy." AC 16.1 (2005): 46-70.

421. Guichard, Virginie, and James Bell. "Gun Crazy." SS 15.9 (2005): 20-22. Considers the current state of the Dogme movement.

422. Hall, Ken. "Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi by Kitano Takeshi: Not a Mere 'Entertainment.'" AC 16.2 (2005): 45-62.

423. Haute, Luke Van. "Dealing with the Identity Crisis: Japanese Cinema Left and Right." AC 16.1 (2005): 125-34.

424. Hedling, Olof. "'Stop Whining and Get on with the Basic Business of Being British': Notes on Robin Wood, Canada, and the Concept of National Film Culture." CJFS 14.2 (2005): 84-93.

425. Herman, Jeanette. "Memory and Melodrama: The Transnational Politics of Deep Mehta's Earth." CO 20.1 (2005): 107-47.

426. Hicks, Jeremy. "The International Reception of Early Soviet Sound Cinema: Chapaev in Britain and America." HJFRTV 25.2 (2005): 273-89.

427. Holy, Zdenek. "Prague Springs Eternal." FC 41.6 (2005): 12-14. Overview of the film industry in file Czech Republic.

428. Hoorn, Jeanette. "White Lubra / White Savage: Pituri and Colonialist Fantasy in Charles Chauvel's Uncivilised." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 48-63.

429. Hubinette, Tobias. "Reconciling the Past/Imagining the Future: The Korean Adoption Issue and Representations of Adopted Koreans in Korean Popular Culture." AC 16.2 (2005): 110-21.

430. Hunt, Leon. "Ong-Bak: New Thai Cinema, Hong Kong, and the Cult of the 'Real.'" NC 3.2 (2005): 69-84.

431. Iles, Timothy. "The Light of Life and Death--The Function of Cinematography and Lighting in Two Films by Kore-eda Hirokazu." AC 16.1 (2005): 205-19.

432. Jacobson, Harlan. "Chop Socky Soap Suds." FC 41.1 (2005): 48-49. On the recent films of Zhang Ziyi.

433. James, David E. "Art/Film/Art Film: Chihwaseon and its Cinematic Contexts." FQ 59.2 (2005): 4-17.

434. James, Nick. "Angels and Demons." SS 15.11 (2005): 30-33. On the recent work of Carlos Reygadas.

435.--. "Tales from the Gilded Cage." SS 15.11 (2005): 34-36. On the 2005 Venice Film Festival.

436.--, et al. "The Right Stuff." SS 15.7 (2005): 12-17. Series of reports on the recent Cannes Film Festival.

437. Jess, Carolyn. "New-ness, Sequelization, and Dogme Logic in Kristian Levring's The King is Alive." NC 3.1 (2005): 3-16.

438. Jones, Kristin M. "Theory of Relativity." FC 41.3 (2005): 68-70. Reports on films screened at the New Directors/ New Films Festival.

439. Kinoshita, Chika. "In the Twilight of Modernity and the Silent Film: Irie Takako in The Water Magician." CO 20.3 (2005): 91-127.

440. Klein, Uri. "On the Brink." FC 41.5 (2005): 19-22. Looks at the state of the Israeli film industry.

441. Landazuri, Margarita. "Controversy and Politics: It Wouldn't be the San Francisco International Film Festival Without Them." ID 24.7 (2005): 38-40.

442. Langer, Jessica. "Searching for a Third Way: Mizoguchi Kenji's Sisters of the Gion and Kamei Fumio's Shanghai as Responses to Early- to Mid-20th Century Japanese Imperialism." AC 16.2 (2005): 221-28.

443. Lawn, Jennifer, and Bronwyn Beatty. "Getting to Wellywood: National Branding and the Globalisation of the New Zealand Film Industry." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 122-39.

444. Lee, Nathan. "Elusive Objects of Desire." FC 41.4 (2005): 30-32. Examines Wong Kar Wai's film 2046.

445.--. "Everything is Illuminated." FC 41.3 (2005): 22-27. On the career of Arnaud Desplechin, includes an interview with the director.

446. Lee, Vivian. "Cinematic Remembrances: The Search for Local Histories in Post-1997 Films by Ann Hui and Fruit Chan." AC 16.1 (2005): 263-85.

447. Lewis, Greg. "The History, Myth, and Memory of Maoist Chinese Cinema, 1949-1966." AC 16.1 (2005): 162-83.

448. Lopate, Phillip. "Georgia on My Mind." FC 41.1 (2005): 56-61. Looks at the work of filmmaker Otar Iosseliani.

449. Lu, Sheldon H. "History, Memory, Nostalgia: Rewriting Socialism in Chinese Cinema and Television Drama." AC 16.2 (2005): 2-22.

450. Macnab, Geoffrey, Leslie Felperin, and Nick Roddick. "Edinburgh 2005: No Manifesto." SS 15.9 (2005): 12-15. Series of pieces looking at the highlights of the festival.

451. Marinelli, Maurizio. "Heroism/Terrorism: Empire Building in Contemporary Chinese Films." AC 16.2 (2005): 183-209.

452. Matheou, Demetrios, and Charlotte Garson. "French Cinema, the Anti-Hollywood." SS 15.8 (2005): 14-20. On the state of the French film industry.

453. Mazierska, Ewa. "The Motif of Escape in Recent Polish Films." NC 3.1 (2005): 17-27.

454. McDonald, Keiko. "Married to Cinema: Actress and Filmmaker Kinuyo Tanaka." AC 16.1 (2005): 184-204.

455. Menashe, Louis. "Chapayev and Company Films of the Russian Civil War." Cin 30.4 (2005): 18-22.

456. Mi, Jaiyan. "The Visual Imagined Communities: Media State, Virtual Citizenship, and Television in Heshang." QRFV 22.4 (2005): 327-40.

457. Moller, Olaf. "The Big Picture." FC 41.6 (2005): 19-22. Looks at the work of Hong Kong director Chor Yuen.

458.--. "Confusion Reigns Supreme." FC 41.6 (2005): 56-61. Reviews films at the 63rd Venice Film Festival.

459.--. "The Stoic Sensualist." FC 41.5 (2005): 13-14. Overview of the work of filmmaker Joao Cesar Monteiro.

460.--. "Third World Hero Remix." FC 41.4 (2005): 19-21. Looks at the work of Filipino filmmaker Khavn de la Cruz.

461.--. "Unlikely Collaborators." FC 41.3 (2005): 64-67. Report on the Berlin Film Festival.

462. Moore, Lindsey. "Women in a Widening Frame: (Cross-)Cultural Projection, Spectatorship, and Iranian Cinema." CO 20.2 (2005): 1-33.

463. Mukherjee, Srimati. "Feminism in a Calcutta Context: Assault, Appeasement, and Assertion in Rituparno Ghosh's Dahan." QRFV 22.3 (2005): 203-10.

464. Norris, Stephen M. "Tsarist Russia, Lubok Style: Nikita Mikhalkov's Barber of Siberia and the Post-Soviet National Identity." HJFRTV 25.1 (2005): 101-18.

465. Okada, Jun. "The PBS and NAATA Connection: Comparing the Public Spheres of Asian American Film and Video." VLT55 (2005): 39-51.

466. Olsen, Mark. "Big Deals and Little Movies." FC 41.6 (2005): 62-64. Overview of the Toronto International Film Festival.

467. Ono, Yoko. "Lost Heroes: A Comparative Study of Contemporary Japanese and Hong Kong Gangster Films." AC 16.2 (2005): 147-54.

468. Page, Joanna. Memory and Mediation in Los rubios: A Contemporary Perspective on the Argentine Dictatorship." NC 3.1 (2005): 29-40.

469. Porton, Richard. "Collective Guilt and Individual Responsibility: An Interview with Michael Haneke." Cin 31.1 (2005): 50-51.

470.--. "Marivaux in the 'Hood: An Interview with Abdellatif Kechiche." Cin 31.1 (2005): 46-49.

471. Powrie, Phil. "Unfamiliar Places: 'Heterospection' and Recent French Films on Children." Sc 46.3 (2005): 341-52.

472. Rapfogel, Jared. "One Idea Every Fifteen Seconds: An Interview with Arnaud Desplechin." Cin 30.2 (2005): 31-37.

473. Ravetto-Biagioli, Kriss. "Floating on the Borders of Europe: Soku Rov's Russian Ark." FQ 59.1 (2005): 18-26.

474. Rayner, Jonathan. "Conflict and Conspiracy: Public and Personal Memory in Australian Film." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 82-93.

475. Rayns, Tony. "The Long Goodbye." SS 15.1 (2005): 22-25. Looks at recent work by Wong Kar-wai.

476. Rego, Cacilda M. "Brazilian Cinema: Its Fall, Rise, and Renewal." NC 3.2 (2005): 85-100.

477. Rithdee, Kong. "Jungle Fever." FC41.3 (2005): 44-47. Looks at recent Thai film.

478. Romers, Holger. "Creating His Own Cinematic Language: An Interview with Apichatpong Weerasethakul." Cin 30.4 (2005): 42-47.

479. Rosen, Rachel. "Shadows." FC 41.2 (2005): 65-66. Looks at some of the top films of the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.

480. Russell, Catherine. "Naruse Mikio's Silent Films: Gender and the Discourse of Everyday Life in Interwar Japan." CO 20.3 (2005): 57-89.

481. Ryu, Jae Hyung. "Volcano High and the Lost Authority: The Socio-Political Transition of South Korea." AC 16.2 (2005): 163-82.

482. Saldana-Portillo, Maria Josefina. "In the Shadow of NAFTA: Y tu mama tambien." AQ 57.3 (2005): 751-77.

483. Sklar, Robert. "Sex, Violence, and Power in the Family: An Interview with Francois Ozon." Cin 30.4 (2005): 48-50.

484. Small, Pauline. "Giordana's I Cento Passi: Renegotiating the Mafia Codes." NC 3.1 (2005): 41-54.

485. Smith, Angela Marie. "Impaired and Ill at Ease: New Zealand's Cinematics of Disability." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 64-81.

486. Smuts, Aaron. "Savage Love: Violence in Service of Romance in the Films of Dante Lam." AC 16.1 (2005): 286-305.

487. Snowberger, Beth. "A Realization of Harmony: Yin-Yang Theory in Grandma and Her Ghosts." AC 16.2 (2005): 155-62.

488. Steingroever, Reinhild. "On Fools and Clowns: Farewell to the GDR in Two Final DEFA Films." GQ 78.4 (2005): 441-60.

489. Stephens, Chuck. "The Director's Studio." FC 41.5 (2005): 38-41. On the Japanese Shochiku Studios.

490.--, and Olaf Moller. "Now and For-IFFR." FC 41.2 (2005): 69-71. Report on the Rotterdam International Film Festival.

491. Stokes, Tyler. "Rapacious Raptors and Global Technocrats in The Wicked City." AC 16.1 (2005): 339-45.

492. Suner, Asuman. "Dark Passion." SS 15.3 (2005): 18-21. Looks at recent Turkish film.

493. Sutton, Paul. "The Bambino Negato or Missing Child of Contemporary Italian Cinema." Sc 46.3 (2005): 353-59.

494. Taubin, Amy. "Branded to Sell." FC 41.4 (2005): 69-70. On the history of the Tribeca Film Festival.

495.--. "The Long Goodbye." FC 41.4 (2005): 26-29. Looks at the latest work by Wong Kar Wai.

496.--. "Ostriches in the Snow." FC 41.2 (2005): 62-64. Overview of the annual Sundance Film Festival.

497.--, Kent Jones, et al. "Kings but No Queens." FC 41.4 (2005): 52-68. Series of pieces on the annual Cannes Film Festival.

498. Tobias, James. "Learning Tokyo by Creating It Otherwise: Personal Media Authors in Tokyo." AC 16.1 (2005): 135-48.

499. Trice, Jasmine Nadua. "Diseased Bodies and Domestic Space: Transmodern Space in Tsai Ming-Liang's The Hole." AC 16.2 (2005): 255-67.

500. Wada-Marciano, Mitsuyo. "Imaging Modern Girls in the Japanese Woman's Film." CO 20.3 (2005): 15-55.

501. Walden, Elizabeth. "'You want to torture Zora?': Olivier Assayas's Demonlover as Critique." NC 3.1 (2005): 55-66.

502. White, Duncan. "'Seeing or Believing': Harmony Korine and the Cinema of Self-Destruction." NC 3.2 (2005): 114-28.

503. White, Jerry. "Frozen but Always in Motion: Arctic Film, Video, and Broadcast." VLT55 (2005): 52-64. Explores the development of Inuit film and video.

504. Williams, Bruce. "The Lie that Told the Truth: (Self)Publicity Strategies and the Myth of Mario Peixoto's Limite." FH 17.4 (2005): 392-403.

505. Williams, Tony. "Izo: Takashi Mike's History Lesson." AC 16.2 (2005): 85-109.

506.--. "Tony Leung Kai-Fai: The Other Tony Leung." AC 16.1 (2005): 239-62.

507. Wilson, Emma. "Children, Emotion and Viewing in Contemporary European Film." Sc 46.3 (2005): 329-40.

508. Wong, Aida Yuen. "Three Films about Food by Fruit Chan: Allegories of Hong Kong-China Relations after 1997." AC 16.2 (2005): 229-41.

509. Wood, Felicity. "Out of Africa: The Challenges of Shooting in Cameroon." ID 24.8 (2005): 32, 34-35.

510. Wu, Guo. "Subversion of the Feminist Myth in Chinese Film and Its Dilemma." AC 16.1 (2005): 325-33.

511. Xiao, Hui. "Chinese Melodrama, Japanese Nostalgia." AC 16.2 (2005): 63-84.

512. Xu, Jian. "Representing Rural Migrants in the City: Experimentalism in Wang Xiaoshuai's So Close to Paradise and Beijing Bicycle." Sc 46.4 (2005): 433-50.

513. Zagha, Muriel. "In the Name of the Father." SS 15.6 (2005): 18-21. Looks at the work of French filmmaker Arnaud Desplechin.

Also see the following entries: 1,15, 27, 29, 30, 37, 46, 48, 52, 58, 80, 89, 113, 121, 122, 144, 174, 1887, 188, 196, 197, 198, 204, 206, 209, 210, 211, 216, 221, 222, 225, 229, 235, 242, 252, 255, 256, 258, 284, 285, 291, 292, 293, 294, 301, 306, 308, 339, 364, 373, 375, 376, 554, 561, 576, 589, 605, 641, 643, 649, 661, 677, 678, 697.

PEDAGOGY

514. Hunter, Lathan. "'What's Natural About It?': A Baseball Movie as Introduction to Key Concepts in Cultural Studies." F&H 35.2 (2005): 71-77.

515. Kellner, Douglas, and Jeff Share. "Toward Critical Media Literacy: Core Concepts, Debates, Organizations, and Policy." Dis 26.3 (2005): 369-86.

Also see the following entry: 659.

SCREENWRITING

516. Chumo, Peter N., II. "An Affair to Remember: Buck Henry on Writing The Graduate." CS 12.6 (2005): 69-72.

517.--. "Four Years at Hogwarts: Steve Kloves on Potter, Procrastination, and Wrestling the Book onto Paper." CS 12.6 (2005): 52-55.

518.--. "Rumor Has It: How Does the Unofficial sequel to The Graduate Explore and Expand on the Original? It Doesn't." CS 12.6 (2005): 72-73.

519.--. "Watch the Skies: David Kepp on War of the Worlds." CS 12.3 (2005): 50-55.

520. Cirile, Jim. "In Search of the Gooey Center." CS 12.6 (2005): 44-45. On comedy spec writing.

521.--. "Meet the Four Quadrants." CS 12.2 (2005): 42-43. On scripts that appeal to the four main demographic groups (quadrants): young, old, male, and female.

522.--. "The Death of the Spec Market?" CS 12.1 (2005): 36-39.

523.--. "Write for Free (for Fun and Profit)." CS 12.4 (2005): 40-41. On tackling un-funded writing projects.

524. Clinch, Catherine. "The Craft of Writing the Creative Documentary." CS 12.2 (2005): 65-69.

525. Eaton, Michael. "Script Special: The Man Who Wasn't There." SS 15.12 (2005). Looks at the pioneering script work of Eliot Stannard.

526. Goldsmith, Jeff. "All the King's Men: Interview with Steve Zallian." CS 12.6 (2005): 56-60.

527.--. "Ehren Kruger's Key to a Grimm Summer." CS 12.4 (2005): 48-53. On The Brother's Grimm and Skeleton Key.

528.--. "Interpreting the Interpreter: Scott Frank, Charles Randolph, and Steven Zaillian on Creating Sydney Pollack's Latest Thriller." CS 12.2 (2005): 50-59.

529.--. "Virgin Territory: Judd Apatow and Steve Carell on Comedy, Instincts, and the Power of Structure." CS 12.4 (2005): 54-58.

530. Hartnett, Gavin. "The War of The War of the Worlds." CS 12.1 (2005): 8. On Timothy Hines' version versus the Spielberg version.

531. Hendrickson, Nancy. "Craig Lucas Brings The Dying Gaul to Life." CS 12.6 (2005): 20.

532. Iglesias, Karl. "Active vs. Passive Dialogue." CS 12.5 (2005): 50-51.

533.--. "Crafting Emotional Impact." CS 12.3 (2005): 44-45.

534.--. "Learning to Love High Concept." CS 12.4 (2005): 42-43. On developing a concept within a script.

535.--. "Moment-to-Moment Desire." CS 12.6 (2005): 46-47. On creating desire in every scene.

536. Kennelly, Sean. "Business Who?" CS 12.3 (2005): 56-61. On business contracts for writers.

537.--. "Sibling Rivalry: Final Draft vs. Movie Magic." CS 12.5 (2005): 61-63. On the rivalry between two leading screenwriting software programs.

538. Lent, Michael. "Action Figure Sold Separately." CS 12.1 (2005): 40-41. On advice for successful screenwriting and pitching a script.

539. Lichtenstein, Barney. "The Rebirth of the American Family: [Interview with] Robert Benton on Kramer vs. Kramer 25 Years Later." CS 12.2 (2005): 70-73.

540. Matthews, Tom. "The End of Innocence: Stand By Me 19 Years Later: Interview with Raynold Gideon and Bruce Evans." CS 12.5 (2005): 69-72.

541. Newman, Jeff. "Teach Yourself--The End." CS 12.1 (2005): 42-43. On a study of scenes and sequence structure.

542. Newman, Kim, and Stephen Dalton. "Screwball Thrills." SS 15.12 (2005). Interview/essay with top screenwriter Shane Black.

543. Preston, Adam. "I Was Bunuel's Double." SS 15.12 (2005). On the writing career of Jean-Claude Carriere.

544. Ryfle, Steve. "Finding Freedomland: Richard Price on Adaptation, Social Realism, and Hollywood's Unrealistic Happy Endings." CS 12.6 (2005): 64-67.

545.--. "Whose Life Is It, Anyway?" CS 12.5 (2005): 46-47. On defamation lawsuits from real-life script inspirations.

546. Shewman, Den. "Kinsey: Interview with Bill Condon." CS 12.1 (2005): 54-57.

547. Spector, Josh. "Steve Martin on Screenwriting, Storytelling, and Shopgirl." CS 12.5 (2005): 56-60.

548.--. "The Craft of Writing the Four Quadrant Film." CS 12.3 (2005): 70-73. On scripts that appeal to the four main demographic groups (quadrants): young, old, male, and female.

549. Strysik, John. "The Craft of Writing a TV Spec." CS. 12.2 (2005): 60-64.

550. Suppa, Ron. "A Writer Turns (Briefly) Auteur: The Dozen Most-Asked Questions I've Answered Before." CS 12.2 (2005): 38-39.

551.--. "Adapting Your Screenplay." CS. 12.3 (2005): 36-37. On adapting a screenplay into a novel or play then turning it back into a spec script.

552.--. "To Write or Not to Write." CS 12.1 (2005): 32-33.

553.--. "Writing Reality TV." CS 12.6 (2005): 40-41. Also see the following entries: 60, 324, 380, 382, 656.

SPECIAL TOPICS

554. Adah, Anthony. "Agential Mortality: Death, Corporeality, and Identity in Radiance." PS 24.2-3 (2005): 35-47. Looks at the image of death in Aboriginal cinema.

555. Ardolino, Frank. "A Name, a Number, and a Picture: The Cinematic Memorialization of Jackie Robinson." JPFT 33.3 (2005): 151-59.

556. Badley, Linda. "Cine-Limbo: The Millennial / New Age Virtual Afterlife Thriller." SPC 28.1 (2005): 1-14.

557. Beltran, Mary C. "The New Hollywood Racelessness: Only the Fast, Furious, (and Multiracial) will Survive." CJ 44.2 (2005): 50-67.

558. Bonila, Paul C. "Is There More to Hollywood Lowbrow Than Meets the Eye?" QRFV 22.1 (2005): 17-24.

559. Briley, Ron. "Basketball's Great White Hope and Ronald Reagan's America: Hoosiers." F&H 35.1 (2005): 12-19.

560. Brinkema, Eugenie. "Rape and the Rectum: Bersani, Deleuze, Noe." CO 20.1 (2005): 33-57.

561. Connelly, Mark, and David R. Willcox. "Are You Tough Enough? The Image of the Special Forces in British Popular Culture, 1939-2004." HJFRTV 25.1 (2005): 1-25.

562. Daniels, Dayna B. "You Throw Like a Girl: Sport and Misogyny on the Silver Screen." F&H 35.1 (2005): 29-38.

563. Dates, Jannette L., and Thomas A. Mascaro. "African Americans in Film and Television." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 50-54.

564. Davies, Maire Messenger. "'Crazy-space': The Politics of Children's Screen Drama." Sc 46.3 (2005): 389-99.

565. Dickinson, Peter. "Space, Time, Auteur-ity and the Queer Male Body: The Film Adaptations of Robert Lepage." Sc 46.2 (2005): 133-53.

566. Donald, Ralph R. "From 'Knockout Punch' to 'Home Run': Masculinity's 'Dirty Dozen' Sports Metaphors in American Combat Films." F&H 35.1 (2005): 20-28.

567. Eleftheriotis, Dimitris. "Early Cinema as Child: Historical Metaphor and European Cinephilia in Lumiere & Company." Sc 46.3 (2005): 315-28.

568. Elmwood, Victoria A. "'Just Some Bum from the Neighborhood': The Resolution of Post-Civil Rights Tension and Heavyweight Public Sphere Discourse in Rocky." F&H 35.2 (2005): 49-59.

569. Girelli, Elisabetta. "Transnational Maleness: The Italian Immigrant In Hell Drivers." CJ 44.4 (2005): 44-56.

570. Glancy, Mark. "The War of Independence in Feature Films: The Patriot and the 'Special Relationship' between Hollywood and Britain." HJFRTV 25.4 (2005): 523-45.

571. Grundmann, Roy. "Too Darn Hot." Cin 30.2 (2005): 4-10. Looks at the film Kinsey and other work on the sex researcher.

572. Haspel, Paul. "Studies in Outlawry: The Strange Career of Josey Wales." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 155-67.

573. Hendrickson, Nancy. "The Hero's Journey to Hollywood: An Industry Legend." CS 12.3 (2005): 66-69. On Joseph Campbell and Christopher Vogler's contributions to Hollywood mythology.

574. Heuston, Sean. "Weapons of Mass Instruction: Terrorism, Propaganda Film, Politics, and Us: New Media, New Meanings." SPC 27.3 (2005): 59-74.

575. Hughson, John. "The 'Loneliness' of the Angry Young Sportsman." F&H 35.2 (2005): 41-48.

576. Hwang, Ha Sung, and SungBok Park. "Characterizing Masculinity: Moving Toward Male Bonding." AC 16.2 (2005): 292-300.

577. James, Nick. "Divine Innocence." SS 15.2 (2005): 18-20. Interview with filmmaker Lucrecia Martel about her images of female adolescence.

578. Jenkins, Tricia. "James Bond's 'Pussy' and the Anglo-American Cold War Sexuality." JAC 28.3 (2005): 309-17. Looks at the mixture of Sexuality and politics in Goldfinger.

579.--. "'Potential Lesbians at Two O'Clock': The Heterosexualization of Lesbianism in the Recent Teen Film." JPC 38.3 (2005): 491-504.

580. Jiwani, Yasmin. "The Eurasian Female Hero(ine)." JPFT 32.4 (2005): 182-91.

581. Jones, Glen. "'Down on the floor and give me ten sit-ups': British Sports Feature Film." F&H 35.2 (2005): 29-40.

582. Kahana, Jonathan. "Cinema and the Ethics of Listening: Isaac Julien's Franz Fanon." FQ 59.2 (2005): 19-31.

583. Lury, Karen. "The Child in Film and Television: Introduction." Sc 46.3 (2005): 307-14.

584. Mallan, Kerry, and Roderick McGillis. "Between a Frock and a Hard Place: Camp Aesthetics and Children's Culture." CRAS 35.1 (2005): 1-19.

585. Mathijs, Ernest. "Bad Reputations: The Reception of 'Trash' Cinema." Sc 46.4 (2005): 451-72.

586. McCombe, John P. "Reinventing Bird: The Evolving Image of Charlie Parker on Film." PS 25.1 (2005): 22-37.

587. Morris, Wesley. "Absolutely Fabulous." FC 41.3 (2005): 18-19. Looks at the work of the celebrity photographer David LaChapelle.

588. Motley, Clay. "Fighting for Manhood: Rocky and Turn-of-the-Century Antimodernism." F&H 35.2 (2005): 60-66.

589. Mutlu, Dilek Kaya. "The Midnight Express Phenomenon and the Image of Turkey." HJFRTV 25.3 (2005): 475-96.

590. O'Rawe, Des. "Venice in Film: The Postcard and the Palimpsest." LFQ 33.3 (2005): 224-32. On the popularity of Venice as a film setting.

591. Ohi, Kevin. "Of Red Queens and Garden Clubs: The Manchurian Candidate, Cold War Paranoia, and the Historicity of the Homosexual." CO 20.1 (2005): 149-83.

592. Ormrod, Joan. "Endless Summer: Consuming Waves and Surfing the Frontier." F&H 35.1 (2005): 39-51.

593. Otto, Stacy. "Nostalgic for What? The Epidemic of Images of the Mid-20th Century Classroom in American Media Culture and What It Means." Dis 26.4 (2005): 459-75.

594. Padva, Gilad. "Radical Sissies and Stereotyped Fairies in Laurie Lynd's The Fairy Who Didn't Want to be a Fairy Anymore." CJ 45.1(2005): 66-78.

595. Pearson, Sarina. "Darkness and Light: Dusky Maidens and Velvet Dreams." CO 20.1 (2005): 185-207.

596. Perlmutter, Ruth. "Memories, Dreams, Screens." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 125-34.

597. Pritts, Nate. "The Dingus and the Great Whatsit: Motivating Strategies in Cinema." MQ 47.1 (2005): 68-80.

598. Quart, Alissa. "Networked." FC 41.4 (2005): 48-51. On the image of the city in Don Roos' film Happy Endings.

599. Ra'ad, Basem L. "Subliminal Filmic Reflections of Ancient Eastern Mediterranean Civilizations." QRFV 22.4 (2005): 379-86.

600. Raw, Laurence. "T. E. Lawrence, the Turks, and the Arab Revolt in the Cinema: Anglo-American and Turkish Representations." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 252-62.

601. Reynolds, Glenn. "Playing Cowboys and Africans: Hollywood and the Cultural Politics of African Identity." HJFRTV 25.3 (2005): 399-426.

602. Richter, David H. "Your Cheatin' Art: Double Dealing in Cinematic Narrative." Nar 13.1 (2005): 11-28.

603. Romney, Jonathan. "Edinburgh Cringe." SS 15.8 (2005): 26-29. On re cent comedy about the Edinburgh Film Festival.

604.--. "School for Scandal." SS 15.10 (2005): 34-36. On film about a girls' boarding school.

605. Ross, Sara. "The Americanization of Tsuru Aoki: Orientalism, Melodrama, Star Image, and the New Woman." CO 20.3 (2005): 129-57.

606. Roth, Elaine. "Momophobia: Incapacitated Mothers and Their Adult Children in 1990s Films." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 189-202.

607. Roth, Michael S. "Ordinary Film." Rar 25.2 (2005): 1-11. Examines Peter Forgacs' film The Maelstrom as a new form of melodrama.

608. Said, S. F. "Close Encounter." SS 15.6 (2005): 32-34. Looks at Gregg Araki's film about the effects of child abuse.

609. Sanchez-Escalonilla, Antonio. "The Hero as a Visitor in Hell." JPFT 32.4 (2005): 149-56. Examines the mythic journey to the underworld in a variety of films.

610. Sigler, Carolyn. "'I'll Be Home for Christmas': Misrule and the Paradox of Gender in World War II-Era Christmas Films." JAC 28.4 (2005): 345-56.

611. Suppa, Ron. "Want to Make a Difference?" CS 12.4 (2005): 36-37. On Hollywood optimism in Hotel Rwanda and the reality of Rwanda's political situation.

612. Swirski, Peter. "Bulworth and the New American Left." JAC 28.3 (2005): 293-301.

613. Todd, Drew. "Dandyism and Masculinity in Art Deco Hollywood." JPFT 32.4 (2005): 168-81.

614. Tolkin, Michael. "The Morning After." FC 41.1 (2005): 54-55. Looks at the film industry's involvement in the Democratic presidential campaign.

615. Toulmin, Vanessa, and Martin Loiperdinger. "Is It You? Recognition, Representation, and Response in Relation to the Local Film." FH 17.1 (2005): 7-18.

616. Tripp, Daniel. "'Wake Up!': Narratives of Masculine Epiphany in Millennial Cinema." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 181-88.

617. Watson, William Van. "Escape from Patria(rchy), Return to the (M)other: The Italian Invasion of Greece in Mediterraneo and Captain Corelli's Mandolin." LFQ 33.4 (2005): 313-21.

618. Whitt, Jan. "What Happened to Celie and Idgie? 'Apparitional Lesbians' in American Film." SPC 27.3 (2005): 43-58.

619. Williams, Bruce. "The Bridges of Los Angeles County: Marketing Language in the Chicano Cinema of Gregory Nava." CJFS 14.2 (2005): 54-70.

620. Williams, Melanie. "'I'm not a lady!': Tiger Bay and Transitional Girlhood in British Cinema on the Cusp of the 1960s." Sc 46.3 (2005): 361-72.

621. Wood, Jason. "Spellbound." SS 15.12 (2005). Looks at recent "family in crisis" films.

622. Wyatt, Jean. "Jouissance and Desire in Michael Haneke's The Piano Teacher." AI 62.4 (2005): 453-82.

Also see the following entries: 8, 47, 50, 79, 191, 224, 309, 315, 325, 331, 383, 396, 420, 485, 667.

TECHNICAL (includes Special Effects)

623. Anon. "Waking Life." FC 41.6 (2005): 46-49. Examines cinematography in the work of filmmaker Lucile Hadzihalilovic.

624. Kendrick, James. "Aspect Ratios and Joe Six-Packs: Home Theater Enthusiasts' Battle to Legitimize the DVD Experience." VLT 56 (2005): 58-70.

625. Leeman, Lisa. "Cutting Comments: A Women Editors Roundtable." ID 24.2 (2005): 42-51. Editors Kate Amend, Lillian Benson, Yana Gorskaya, Yaffa Lerea, Ondi Timoner discuss contemporary issues.

626. Sobchack, Vivian. "When the Ear Dreams: Dolby Digital and the Imagination of Sound." FQ 58.4 (2005): 2-15.

Also see the following entries: 85, 246, 358.

THEORY

627. Choi, Jinhee. "Leaving It Up to the Imagination: POV Shots and Imagining from the Inside." JAAC 63.1 (2005): 17-25.

628. Conley, Tom. "Cinema and Its Discontents: Jacques Ranciere and Film Theory." Sub 34.3 (2005): 96-106.

629. Diloria, Sam. "The Woodcutter's Gaze: Luc Moullet and Cahiers du Cinema." Sub 34.3 (2005): 79-95.

630. Flinn, Margaret C. "The Prescience of Elie Faure." Sub 34.3 (2005): 47-61. Considers Faure's contributions to early film theory.

631. Friday, Jonathan. "Andre Bazin's Ontology of Photographic and Film Imagery." JAAC 63.4 (2005): 339-50.

632. Geuens, Jean-Pierre. "The Grand Style." FQ 58.4 (2005): 27-38. On the function of style in contemporary cinema.

633. Hansen, Miriam. "Of Lightning Rods, Prisms, and Forgotten Scissors: Potemkin and German Film Theory." NGC 95 (2005): 162-81.

634. Koch, Gertrud. "Face and Mass: Towards an Aesthetic of the Cross-Cut in Film." NGC 95 (2005): 139-48.

635. Kuhn, Annette. "Thresholds: Film as Film and the Aesthetic Experience." Sc 46.4 (2005): 401-14.

636. Landecker, Hannah. "Cellular Features: Microcinematography and Film Theory." CI 31.4 (2005): 903-37.

637. Morrison, James. "After the Revolution: On the Fate of Cinephilia." MQR 44.3 (2005): 393-413. Addresses the disappearance of a "love" for film, recently articulated by Susan Sontag.

638. Schwartz, Louis Georges. "Typewriter: Free Indirect Discourse in Deleuze's Cinema." Sub 34.3 (2005): 107-35.

639. Wall-Romana, Christopher. "Mallarme's Cinepoetics: The Poem Uncoiled by the Cinematographe, 189398." PMLA 120.1 (2005): 128-47.

640. Watts, Philip. "Roland Barthes's Cold-War Cinema." Sub 34.3 (2005): 17-32. Also see the following entries: 94, 101, 102, 596, 602, 626.

VIDEO

641. Abrash, Barbara. "INPUT's Output: International Public Television Celebrates Amidst Creativity and Crisis." ID 24.7 (2005): 31-33.

642. Airne, David, and William L. Benoit. "Political Television Advertising in Campaign 2000." CQ 53.4 (2005): 473-92.

643. Andriopoulos, Stefan. "Psychic Television." CI 41.3 (2005): 618-37. Discussion of the history of television in Germany.

644. Baldwin, Belinda. "Doyennes of Doc-TV: PBS." ID 24.2 (2005): 19, 21, 25. On the careers of women at PBS.

645. Bennett, W. Lance. "News as Reality TV: Election Coverage and the Democratization of the Truth." CSMC 22.2 (2005): 171-77.

646. Benoit, William L, and David Airne. "Issue Ownership for Non-Presidential Television Spots." CQ 53.4 (2005): 493-503.

647. Benson-Allott, Caetlin. "The 'Mechanical Truth' behind Cruel Intentions: Desire, AIDS, and the MTV Movie Awards" 'Best Kiss.'" QRFV 22.4 (2005): 341-58.

648. Bignell, Jonathan. "Familiar Aliens: Teletubbies and Postmodern Childhood." Sc 46.3 (2005): 373-87.

649. Black, Lawrence. "Whose Finger on the Button? British Television and the Politics of Cultural Control." HJFRTV 25.4 (2005): 547-75.

650. Brockmeier, Kevin. "Home Videos." GR 59.1 (2005): 132-50. An executive talks about the creation of a comic reality video show.

651. Coon, David Roger. "Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: The Selling of Charlie's Angels and Alias." JPFT 33.1 (2005): 2-11.

652. Cossar, Harper. "Televised Golf and the Creation of Narrative." F&H 35.1 (2005): 52-59.

653. Crossley, Callie. "To Dream a Bigger Dream." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 94-97. Looks at the work of the black newsgroup Blackside, Inc.

654. Darke, Chris. "Ministry of Fear." FC 41.3 (2005): 42-43. Looks at recent BBC series on contemporary politics.

655. Dates, Jannette L. "Black Women Decisionmakers in Entertainment Television." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 68-79.

656. Davis, Jason. "Bulletproofing Your One-Hour Dramatic TV Spec." CS 12.4 (2005): 69-72.

657. Gans-Boriskin, Rachel, and Russ Tisinger. "The Bushlet Administration: Terrorism and War on The West Wing." JAC 28.1 (2005): 100-13.

658. Gencarella-Olbrys, Stephen. "Seinfeld's Democratic Vistas." CSMC 22.5 (2005): 390-408.

659. Gray, Jonathan. "Television Teaching: Parody, The Simpsons, and Media Literacy Education." CSMC 22.3 (2005): 223-38.

660. Holbert, R. Lance, David A. Tschida, et al. "The West Wing and Depictions of the American Presidency." CQ 53.4 (2005): 505-22.

661. Holmes, Su. "'Designed Specially for Television Purposes and Technique': The Development of the Television Cinema Programme in Britain in the 1950s." HJFRTV 25.3 (2005): 455-74.

662.--. "'It's a Woman!': The Question of Gender on Who Wants to be a Millionaire." Sc 46.2 (2005): 155-73.

663. Hook, Andrea Van. "Doyennes of Doc-TV: Cable." ID 24.2 (2005): 18, 20, 22, 24, 26. On the careers of women in the Cable industry.

664. Howley, Kevin. "Manhattan Neighborhood Network: Community Access Television and the Public Sphere in the 1990s." HJFRTV 25.1 (2005): 119-38.

665. Jones, Steve. "MTV: The Medium was the Message." CSMC 22.1 (2005): 83-88.

666. Kelly, Brigid and Thomas White. "Two Decades of Discovery: And There's Still More to Learn." ID 24.7 (2005): 18, 20, 22. On The Discovery Channel.

667. Kocela, Christopher. "Unmade Men: The Sopranos After Whiteness." PC 15.2 (2005). Examines the issue of white racial consciousness in the TV series.

668. Loory, Stuart H. "CNN Today: A Young Giant Stumbles." CSMC 22.4 (2005): 340-43.

669. Lotz, Amanda. "Seventeen Days in July at Hollywood and Highland: Examining the Television Critics Association Tour." JPFT 33.1 (2005): 22-28.

670. Marinucci, Mimi. "Television, Generation X, and Third Wave Feminism: A Contextual Analysis of The Brady Bunch." JPC 38.3 (2005): 505-24.

671. Mascaro, Thomas A. "Charged with a New Sense of Responsibility: Stan Lathan." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 90-93. Interview with the black television executive.

672.--. "Shades of Black on Homicide: Life on the Street: Advances and Retreats in Portrayals of African American Women." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 56-67.

673. Mayer, Vicki. "Soft-Core in TV Time: The Political Economy of a 'Cultural Trend.'" CSMC 22.4 (2005): 302-20.

674. McAllister, Matthew P., and Matt J. Giglio. "The Commodity Flow of U.S. Children's Television." CSMC 22.1 (2005): 26-44.

675. McKain, Aaron. "Not Necessarily Not the News: Gatekeeping, Remediation, and The Daily Show." JAC 28.4 (2005): 415-30.

676. Mitchell, Danielle. "Producing Containment: The Rhetorical Construction of Difference in Will & Grace." JPC 38.6 (2005): 1050-68.

677. Olsen, Anette. "Doyennes of Doc-TV: European TV." ID 24.2 (2005): 28-30.

678. Palacio, D. Manuel. "Early Spanish Television and the Paradoxes of a Dictator General." HJFRTV 25.4 (2005): 599-617.

679. Pennock, Pamela. "Televising Sin: Efforts to Restrict the Televised Advertisement of Cigarettes and Alcohol in the United States, 1950s to 1980s." HJFRTV 25.4 (2005): 619-36.

680. Pierson, David P. "'Hey, They're Just Like Us!': Representations of the Animal World in the Discovery Channel's Nature Programming." JPC 38.4 (2005): 698-712.

681. Quimby, Karin. "Will & Grace: Negotiating (Gay) Marriage on Prime-Time Television." JPC 38.4 (2005): 713-31.

682. Reinemann, Carsten, and Marcus Maurer. "Unifying or Polarizing? Short-Term Effects and Postdebate Consequences of Different Rhetorical Strategies in Televised Debates." JoC 55.4 (2005): 775-94.

683. Reisin, R. W. "From the Big Top to the Big Leagues: Burt Lancaster's Baseball Odysseys." JPC 38.3 (2005): 552-63. Examines a history of baseball films.

684. Robinson, Piers. "The CNN Effect Revisited." CSMC 22.4 (2005): 344-49.

685. Shaviro, Steven. "Supa Dupa Fly: Black Women as Cyborgs in Hiphop Videos." QRFV 22.2 (2005): 169-79.

686. Smith, Stacy L. "From Dr. Dre to 'Dismissed': Assessing Violence, Sex, and Substance Use on MTV." CSMC 22.1 (2005): 89-98.

687. Spaise, Terry L. "Necrophilia and SM: The Deviant Side of Buffy the Vampire Slayer." JPC 38.4 (2005): 744-62.

688. Sutton, Ron. "Green Treks: Going Where No Network Has Gone Before: Environmental Programming." ID 24.7 (2005): 27-28, 30. On Green Treks' sponsorship of the PBS series National Heroes.

689. Takacs, Stacy. "Speculations on a New Economy: La Femme Nikita, the Series." CC 61 (2005): 148-85.

690. Warren, Ron. "Parental Mediation of Children's Television Viewing in Low-Income Families." JoC 55.4 (2005): 847-63.

691. Webster, James G. "Beneath the Veneer of Fragmentation: Television Audience Polarization in a Multichannel World." JoC 55.2 (2005): 366-82.

692. White, Cindy, and Elizabeth Hall Preston. "The Spaces of Children's Programming." CSMC 22.3 (2005): 239-55.

693. Whitt, Jan. "Frank's Place." JPFT 33.2 (2005): 80-87. Looks at the portrayal of African Americans in the short-lived series.

694. Wilcox, Rhonda. "God's Clothes, God's Bones: The Ethics of Representation in Joan of Arcadia." SPC 28.1 (2005): 85-97.

695. Wlodarz, Joe. "Maximum Insecurity: Genre Trouble and Closet Erotics in and out of HBO's Oz." CO 20.1 (2005): 59-105.

696. Woodman, Brian J. "Escaping Genre's Village: Fluidity and Genre Mixing in Television's The Prisoner." JPC 38.5 (2005): 939-56.

697. Zhu, Ying. "Yongzheng Dynasty and Chinese Primetime Television Drama." CJ 44.4 (2005): 3-17.

Also see the following entries: 49, 50, 53, 171, 331, 381,456, 465, 503, 563, 583.
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