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Abstract: The marketability of King Vidor's "Bird of Paradise" was linked to the ways the film brought to the surface cultural repressions
of forbidden desires around the trope of racialized sexuality.
Rhona J. Berenstein
Abstract: This article analyzes the intertextual relationship between "Rebecca" and "The Uninvited," highlighting the "ghosting" of
lesbianism in the act of representation and addressing the mediating role of censorship vis-à-vis sex perversion.
Abstract: Dissolving the line between fiction and nonfiction, World War II newsreels and propaganda films are melodramas that represent
history as a Manichaean struggle and constitute realist discourse that reinscribes racial and class hierarchies.
Abstract: Through a discussion of Ron Fricke's global documentary "Baraka," this article calls for a recontextualization of "World Cinema"
within the larger field of the contemporary global culture industry.
Abstract: Although theater imagines social integration and one unified space, only the feature film, through crosscutting and in ways
that recall the utopias of progressive urban planning, can "manage" such integration and address a mass audience.
Robert Lang, Gregory Martino