Volume 17, Number 1, 2005

Table of Contents

From: Film History: An International Journal

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  Introduction: Local Film

pp. 3-6

  Is it You? Recognition, Representation and Response in Relation to the Local Film

pp. 7-18

  Local Films from Trier, Luxembourg and Metz: A Successful Business Venture of the Marzen Family, Cinema Owners

pp. 19-XX28

  Global versus Local: The Case of Pathe

pp. 29-38

  Trading Places: Griffith, Patten and Agricultural Modernity

pp. 39-65

  Local Views, Distant Scenes: Registering Affect in Surviving Mexican Actuality Films of the 1920s

pp. 66-87

  Reform and Entertainment: Film Exhibition and Leisure in a Small Town in Sweden at the End of the Nineteenth Century

pp. 88-105

  Cutting Bordello Scenes and Dances: Local Regulation and Film Censorship in Norway before 1913

pp. 106-112

  From the Buzzard's Roost: Black Movie-going in Durham and Other North Carolina Cities during the Early Period of American Cinema

pp. 113-124

  To Stockholm, with Love: The Critical Reception of Josephine Baker, 1927-35

pp. 125-138

  A Curly Top, a Royal Engagement and a Local Bylaw: Cinema Exhibition and Innovation in Utrecht in 1936

pp. 139-147

  'That pleasant feeling of peaceful coziness': Cinema Exhibition in a Dutch Mining District during the Inter-war Period

pp. 148-159