Volume 60, number 2
Edited by Sarah Street
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HANNAH ANDREWS: Distorted recognition: the pleasures and uses of televisual historical caricature
KEITH M. JOHNSTON and CAROLYN RICKARDS: The spectacle of realism: special effects at Ealing Studios, 1940–45
ALICE LOVEJOY: Celluloid geopolitics: film stock and the war economy, 1939–47
SUSANNA PAASONEN: Striking poses: the fantastic figure of Yul Brynner
ARIEL ROGERS: Screen practices and Hollywood cinema in the 1930s
Dossier: The Chinese film market and Asian cinema
SANGJOON LEE: Introduction
VICTOR FAN: What is a ‘Chinese film market’?
ALEXANDER ZAHLTEN: Doraemon and Your Name in China: the complicated business of mediatized memory in East Asia
STEPHEN TEO: The Chinese film market and the ‘Wolf Warrior 2’ phenomenon
SANGJOON LEE: The South Korean film industry and the Chinese film market
NITIN GOVIL: China, between Bombay cinema and the world
MALCOLM COOK: Rayna Denison (ed.), Princess Mononoke: Understanding Studio Ghibli’s Monster Princess; Nichola Dobson, Norman McLaren: Between the Frames; Raz Greenberg, Hayao Miyazaki: Exploring the Early Work of Japan’s Greatest Animator; Susan Smith, Noel Brown and Sam Summers (eds), Toy Story: How Pixar Reinvented the Animated Feature
ESTHER LESLIE: Catherine Russell, Archiveology: Walter Benjamin and Archival Film Practices (A Camera Obscura Book). Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2018, 280 pp.
FREDERIC BRAYARD: William Brown, Non-Cinema: Global Digital Filmmaking and the Multitude. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018, 296 pp.
HEATHER NORRIS NICHOLSON: John Caughie, Trevor Griffiths and Maria A. Velez-Serna (eds), Early Cinema in Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2018, 260 pp.