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Volume 32, Number 1, 2002

Table of Contents

Special Focus: The Holocaust on Film (Part 1)

The Editor's Reflections and Reports

pp. 1-4

Introduction

pp. 5-8

Posttraumatic Cinema and the Holocaust Documentary

pp. 9-21

The Voice of Silence: Alain Resnais' Night and Fog and collective memory in post-Holocaust France, 1944-1974

pp. 22-29

The Rites of Responsibility: The Cinematic Rhetoric of Claude Lanzmann's Shoah (1985)

pp. 30-37

"The Truth of a Mad Man": Collective Memory and Representation of the Holocaust in The Partisans of Vilna (1986) and the Documentary Genre

pp. 38-42

Reframing the Photographer and His Photographs: Photographer (1995)

pp. 43-54

Hollywood's Holocaust: Schindlers List and the Construction of Memory

pp. 55-65

Review Essay

Jeffrey Ruoff's An American Family: A Televised Life: Reviewing the Roots of Reality Television

pp. 66-70

Film Reviews

American Masters: "Sam Goldwyn" (PBS)

pp. 71-72

American Masters: "F. Scott Fitzgerald: Winter Dreams" (PBS)

pp. 72-73

The Shock of the New: Art 21 Takes the Art Documentary into the Twenty-First Century

pp. 73-74

Old War/New War: Band of Brothers and the Revival of the WWII War Film

pp. 74-78

Frontline: American Porn (PBS)

pp. 78-80

Frontline: "The Monster that Ate Hollywood" (PBS)

pp. 80-81

From Hell: (The Hughes Brothers 2001) & Ghost World (Zwigoff 2001)

pp. 81-83

Mulholland Drive (Lynch 2001)

pp. 83-84

O (Nelson 2001)

pp. 84-85

Pleasantville (Ross 1998)

pp. 85-86

Six Feet Under and Post-Patriarchal Society

pp. 87-88

Through the Consul's Eye: (Amat 1999, First Run/Icarus Films)

pp. 89-90

Reprise of Book Reviews from Film & History Vol. 31.2 (2001)

Print the Legend: The Life and Times of John Ford (review)

pp. 91-92

Television Histories: Shaping Collective Memory in the Media Age (review)

pp. 92-93

Identifying Hollywood's Audiences: Cultural Identity and the Movies (review)

pp. 93-94

Dalton Trumbo, Hollywood Rebel (review)

pp. 94-95

A Chorus of Raspberries. British Film Comedy 1929-1939 (review)

p. 95

A Place to Remember, Using History to Build Community (review)

p. 96

Real Images: Soviet Cinema and the Thaw (review)

pp. 96-97

Abraham Lincoln: Twentieth Century Popular Portrayals (review)

pp. 97-98

Parody as Film Genre: Never Give a Saga an Even Break (review)

pp. 98-99

Reconstructing Woody: Art, Love, and Life in the Films of Woody Allen (review)

pp. 99-100

King Arthur on Film New Essays on Arthurian Cinema (review)

pp. 100-101

Film & Art (review)

pp. 101-102

Controlling Hollywood: Censorship and Regulation in the Studio Era (review)

p. 102

Book Reviews

Classic Hollywood, Classic Whiteness (review)

pp. 103-104

The First World War and Popular Cinema, 1914 to the Present (review)

p. 104

Destination Hollywood: The Influence of Europeans on American Filmmaking (review)

pp. 104-105

It's Only a Movie! Films and Critics in American Culture (review)

pp. 105-106

Nitrate Won't Wait, A History of Film Preservation in the United States (review)

pp. 106-107

Sure Seaters: The Emergence of the Art House Cinema (review)

pp. 107-108

The Silent Screen & My Talking Heart (review)

pp. 108-109

Order in the Universe: The Films of John Carpenter (review)

pp. 109-110

Hollywood Fictions: The Dream Factory in American Popular Literature (review)

p. 110

Writing Himself into History: Oscar Micheaux, His Silent Films, and His Audiences, and: Straight Lick: The Cinema of Oscar Micheaux (review)

pp. 111-112

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