restricted access   Number 60, Fall 2007

Table of Contents

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Special Issue: Documentary Now

Introduction

pp. 1-3
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Q & A: Poetics of the Documentary Film Interview

pp. 4-12
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Contemporary Documentary Film and "Archive Fever": History, the Fragment, the Joke

pp. 13-24
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Documentary Stories for Change: Viewing and Producing Immigrant Narratives as Social Documents

pp. 25-36
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"Gangs Gone Wild": Low-Budget Gang Documentaries and the Aesthetics of Exploitation

pp. 37-46
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Familial Pursuits, Editorial Acts: Documentaries after the Age of Home Video

pp. 47-62
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Comedy Verité? The Observational Documentary Meets the Televisual Sitcom

pp. 63-72
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Darfur Diaries: An Interview with Jen Marlowe and Adam Shapiro

pp. 73-78
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Dossier

The Role of Documentary in the Contemporary American Political Scene

p. 79
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The Not So Good Old Days

pp. 79-80
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pp. 80-82
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The Politics of Distribution

pp. 82-83
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pp. 83-84
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The Measure of Success for Documentaries in U.S. Political Scene 2007

pp. 84-85
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What Current Documentaries Do and Can't Do

pp. 85-86
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pp. 86-87
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Moving Testimonies: Documentary, "Truth," and Reconciliation

pp. 87-88
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Documentaries and Scenarios

pp. 88-90
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Book Reviews

Mexican Movies in the United States: A History of the Films, Theaters, and Audiences, 1920-1960 (review)

pp. 91-93
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The Wow Climax: Tracing the Emotional Impact of Popular Culture (review)

pp. 94-96
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Contributors

Contributors

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