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Abstract: The musical aesthetics of the nickelodeon changed from a "music hall" formation, where audiences establish a dialogical relationship
between music and film, to a more "theatrical" formation that respects the primacy of the on-screen master text.
David H. Slavin
Abstract: In Morocco in the early 1920s, film directors and French protectorate officials produced successful films that expressed a
policy of indirect colonial rule through realistic settings, spectacular battle scenes, and paternalistic attitudes toward
Abstract: Certain 1940s horror films were revised to meet the needs of wartime propaganda; "Return of the Vampire" (1943), for instance,
marks an intriguing genre variation in which vampire Bela Lugosi surfaces in Britain during the Blitz.
Abstract: The Chinese cinema under Japanese Occupation during World War II has been peripheralized in the official narrative of the
history of Chinese cinema, but the films of the Occupation force us to rethink the multivalent, ambiguous relations between
politics and film art.
Abstract: Movie spectatorship involves two kinds of perceptual activities: sensory contact with the cinematic image and epistemic access
to the image along with further objects, situations, and events.
Robert Lang, Greg Martino