Volume 61, issue 3

Volume 61, issue 3

Edited by Dimitris Eleftheriotis


GEORGIA AITAKI: In search of the Greek television author: the social dramas of Manousos Manousakis

KIRSTY DOOTSON and ZHAOYU ZHU: Did Madame Mao dream in Technicolor? rethinking Cold War colour cinema through Technicolor’s ‘Chinese copy’

MASAKI KONDO: The eye and the gaze: peering into Samuel Beckett’s Film. Afterword by Dudley Andrew

DANIEL MANN: Rambo in the dead lands: on cinema, war and climate

DAMIEN POLLARD: ‘Can’t you hear me?’ Ideologies of the voice in giallo cinema

Dossier: The ladies take over: female-centred film series in studio-era Hollywood

CLAIRE PERKINS: Introduction

JENNIFER FORREST: Hildegarde Withers enters the men’s room: getting things done like a woman in the depression-era detective film series?

HELEN HANSON: ‘B’ for Blane and ‘B’ for budget: the productivity and narrativity of the Torchy Blane Series

THOMAS LEITCH: Nobody’s little girl: Nancy Drew goes to the movies

CONSTANTINE VEREVIS: Blondie knows best: Columbia Pictures’ Blondie series (1938–50)


LOUIS BAYMAN: Francesco Pitassio, Neorealist Film Culture 1945–1954: Rome, Open Cinema

ANDREW BURKE: Katherine Groo, Bad Film Histories: Ethnography and the Early Archive

MICHELLE DEVERAUX: Lucy Bolton, Contemporary Cinema and the Philosophy of Iris Murdoch; Catherine Wheatley, Stanley Cavell: Scepticism and Self-Reliance at the Cinema

STEPHEN McBURNEY: Susan Murray, Bright Signals: A History of Colour Television

EILEEN ROSITZKA: Ofer Eliaz, Cinematic Cryptonymies: The Absent Body in Postwar Film

NIAMH THORNTON: Adriana Estrada Álvarez, Nicolás Défossé and Diego Zavala Scherer, Cine Político en México (1968–2017)

MIKE WAYNE: Nico Baumbach, Cinema/Politics/Philosophy

GUY WESTWELL: Haidee Wasson and Lee Grieveson (eds), Cinema’s Military Industrial Complex