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Virginia Wright Wexman
Abstract: When describing the differences between film and television viewing, theorists and critics all too frequently employ gendered
metaphors and oppositions. This article examines representative writings on film and television and speculates on the reason
for the continual appeal to gender-oppositions in film and television criticism.
Abstract: Between 1930 and 1935, as France reeled from political and economic crises, an oppositional left culture formed to mobilize
popular support for resisting the threat of fascism. Before and during the ultimately successful campaign, French filmmakers
-- for the first time in France -- turned to film as a political resource.
Jeremy G. Butler
Abstract: In order to fully understand how the soap opera apparatus constructs the meanings that it does, we must examine the operation
of its presumably "invisible" style. Utilizing recent work on film melodrama and television soap opera, this study describes
and analyzes the signifying function of the genre's televisual style.
Mirella Jona Affron