49, Number 2, Winter 2010

Table of Contents

  "I Do Exist": From "Black Insurgent" to Negotiating the Hollywood Divide—A Conversation with Julie Dash

pp. 1-16
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  Flaming the Fans: Shame and the Aesthetics of Queer Fandom in Todd Haynes's Velvet Goldmine

pp. 17-39
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  Dangerous Fictions: Race, History, and King

pp. 40-62
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  Batman versus The Green Hornet: The Merchandisable TV Text and the Paradox of Licensing in the Classical Network Era

pp. 63-85
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  "Tryin' to Get Over": Super Fly, Black Politics, and Post–Civil Rights Film Enterprise

pp. 86-105
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  Contraband Cinema: Piracy, Titanic, and Central Asia

pp. 106-124
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Festival Review

  The 21st Pan-African Film and TV Festival (FESPACO): February 28 to March 7, 2009, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

pp. 125-129
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  Introduction

pp. 130-132
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  Reflections on the Recent Cinephilia Debates

pp. 132-139
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In Focus

  Cinephilia, Stars, and Film Festivals

pp. 139-145
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  The Myth of Total Cinephilia

pp. 146-151
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  "Les Enfants et les Cinéphiles": The Moment of Epiphany in The Spirit of the Beehive

pp. 152-158
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  Rescuing Fragments: A New Task for Cinephilia

pp. 159-166
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Contributors

  Contributors

p. 166
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Note from Editor

  Note from the Editors

p. 167
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Book Reviews

  The Making of a Rebel Filmmaker: Makhmalbaf at Large (review)

pp. 167-169
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  Andrei Tarkovsky: Elements of Cinema (review)

pp. 170-172
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  Kitano Takeshi (review)

pp. 172-175
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  Abel Ferrara (review)

pp. 175-178
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