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  Volume 4, Number 1, Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: The Moving Image

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Editor's Foreword

pp. vi-viii

Coeditor's Foreword

pp. ix-xi


"Showing Different Films Differently": Cinema as a Result of Cinematic Thinking

pp. xii, 1-16

Curating and Pedagogy in the Strange Time of Short Film and Video Exhibition

pp. 17-33

The Ethical Presenter: Or How to Have Good Arguments over Dinner

pp. 34-47

Vision, Authority, Context: Cornerstones of Curation and Programming

pp. 48-59

A Curator's Conundrum: Programming "Black Film" in 1980s-1990s Britain

pp. 60-75

Film Festivals, Programming, and the Building of a National Cinema

pp. 76-88

Lumiere's Arrival of the Train: Cinema's Founding Myth

pp. 89-118


Nitrate Machos vs. Nitrate Nellies: Buccaneer Days at the UCLA Film and Television Archive

pp. 119-129

"Some bald assertion by an ignorant and badly educated Frenchman": Technology, Film Criticism, and the "Restoration" of Vertigo (1996)

pp. 130-141


Cinemania (review)

pp. 142-145

Capturing the Friedmans (review)

pp. 145-148

Le Joueur d'Echecs/The Chess Player (review)

pp. 149-151

This Film Is Dangerous: A Celebration of Nitrate Film (review)

pp. 152-154

North of Everything: English-Canadian Cinema since 1980 (review)

pp. 154-157

The New Media Book (review)

pp. 157-159

Wondrous Difference: Cinema, Anthropology, and Turn-of-the-Century Visual Culture (review)

pp. 159-161

Celluloid Goes Digital: Historical-Critical Editions of Films on DVD and the Internet: Proceedings of the First International Trier Conference on Film and New Media, October 2002 (review)

pp. 161-164

The Lives of Lola Montes: A Report from the Max Ophuls Beyond Borders Conference

pp. 165-168



pp. 169-171

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