Volume 51, Number 4, Summer 2012

Table of Contents

Cranked Masculinity: Hypermediation in Digital Action Cinema

pp. 1-25
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Fatal Attractions: "Place," the Korean War, and Gender in Niagara

pp. 26-43
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Television Crime Drama and Homeland Security: From Law & Order to "Terror TV"

pp. 44-65
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The "Monumental" Heroine: Female Agency in Joseph Gaï Ramaka's Karmen Geï

pp. 66-86
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Media Heterotopia and Transnational Filmmaking: Mapping Real and Virtual Worlds

pp. 87-109
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A Country for Old Men: Unforgiven, The Shootist, and the Post-Heyday Western

pp. 110-129
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Three Translations: Sergei Tretyakov (Soviet Union), Juan Piqueras (Spain), and Matsumoto Toshio (Japan)

Introduction to Sergei Tretyakov: The Industry Production Screenplay

pp. 130-138
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The Industry Production Screenplay

pp. 133-138
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Introduction to Juan Piqueras: Amateur Cinema in Nuestro cinema

pp. 138-143
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Juan Piqueras Biography

pp. 139-141
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Our Amateur Cinema in Nuestro cinema

pp. 142-143
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Introduction to Matsumoto Toshio: A Theory of Avant-Garde Documentary

pp. 144-154
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A Theory of Avant-Garde Documentary

pp. 148-154
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Contributors

p. 154
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Festival Report: Forty-Ninth New York Film Festival September 30–October 16, 2011

Forty-Ninth New York Film Festival, Film Society of Lincoln Center, September 30-October 16, 2011

pp. 155-159
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In Focus: Right-Wing Media

Introduction

pp. 160-165
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Jack Webb and the Vagaries of Right-Wing TV Entertainment

pp. 165-171
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Rush Limbaugh with a Laugh-Track: The (Thankfully) Short Life of the 1/2 Hour News Hour

pp. 172-178
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Fox News and the Performance of Ideology

pp. 178-185
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Branding the Right: The Affective Economy of Sarah Palin

pp. 185-191
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"The Homo Depot" and Other Works: Critiquing Vernacular Video

pp. 191-197
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Rush Limbaugh and the Problem of the Color Line

pp. 198-204
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Contributors

p. 205
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Book Reviews: Right-Wing Media

Review Essay: The Critique of Conservative Media

pp. 206-209
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Review Essay: Glenn Beck and the Politics of Affect

pp. 209-212
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Echo Chamber: Rush Limbaugh and the Conservative Media Establishment (review)

pp. 212-214
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An Army of Phantoms: American Movies and the Making of the Cold War (review)

pp. 215-218
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Contributors

p. 218
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