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Abstract: The Australian film "The Sentimental Bloke" (1919) illustrates the complex relationship between changing modes of cinematic
spectatorship and the specific social and cultural contexts of a film's circulation.
Abstract: "Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House" (1948) should be read as a public relations effort to dramatize the film industry's
American allegiances at a volatile time in studio history.
Abstract: Georges Franju's contribution to the horror genre--through his films "Blood of the Beasts" (1949) and "Eyes Without a Face"
(1959)--is "shock horror": the employment of graphic, visceral shock to access the historical substrate of traumatic experience.
Abstract: Examining Kathryn Bigelow's movement from independent countercinema to mainstream Hollywood, this article compares "The Loveless"
and "Near Dark" to "Blue Steel" and "Point Break" and discusses how Bigelow's work balances contradictory issues of gender
Abstract: All films cue spectators to apply schemata, but the production history of "Jurassic Park" reveals a conscious implementation
of "animalized" dinosaurs placed in threat scenes--elements that made the film accessible to a global audience.
Robert Lang, Greg Martino