Volume 59, number 2; edited by Tim Bergfelder
FRANCESCO CASETTI: Why fears matter: cinephobia in early film culture
BOAZ HAGIN: Mother earth and the moving image: the pioneering of Israeli cinema in the work of Margot Klausner
LEONG YEW: Sympathetic collaboration and the made-for-US Philippine exploitation films of the 1950s and 1970s
STEPHEN BABISH: ‘A place in London’s future’: A Clockwork Orange, Thamesmead and the urban dystopia of the modernist large-scale plan
BETTINA HENZLER: Shifting perspectives: the child as mediator in New German Cinema
dossier: Mapping digital practices in Hispanic cinema
BELÉN VIDAL: Introduction
JOSETXO CERDÁN and MIGUEL FERNÁNDEZ LABAYEN: The cartographic imagination in Spanish and Latin American documentaries: technological, social and physical mapping across the Hispanic Atlantic
EVA WOODS PEIRÓ: Subveillant narration, digital tools and videoactivism: Ciutat morta (2013)
DEBORAH SHAW: Serving the master text: rethinking digital paratexts in the social issue film Who is Dayani Cristal?
BELÉN VIDAL: Cinephilic retreats and transient connections in Hispanic cinemas
FEROZ HASSAN: Jennifer Malkowski, Dying in Full Detail: Mortality and Digital Documentary
DARIO LLINARES: Francesco Casetti, The Lumière Galaxy: 7 Key Words for the Cinema to Come
KYLE MEIKLE: Iain Robert Smith, The Hollywood Meme: Transnational Adaptations in World Cinema.
SARAH NEELY: Jonathan Murray, The New Scottish Cinema