1. Editorial
  2. Drake Stutesman
  3. p. 269
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  1. Valentino’s Lesbianism: Stardom, Spectatorship, and Sexuality in 1920s Hollywood Cinema
  2. Susan Potter
  3. pp. 271-298
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  1. “Use/Abuse/Everyone/Everything”: A Dialogue on LA Plays Itself
  2. Benjamin Halligan, Laura Wilson
  3. pp. 299-322
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  1. The Trouble with Theater: Cinema and the Geopolitics of Medium Specificity
  2. Weihong Bao
  3. pp. 350-367
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  1. Eye of the Machine: Itagaki Takao and Debates on New Realism in 1920s Japan
  2. Naoki Yamamoto
  3. pp. 368-387
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  1. Vernacular Modernism, Film Culture, and Moroccan Short Film and Documentary
  2. Peter Limbrick
  3. pp. 388-413
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  1. A Writing Haunted by Cinema: The Film Theories of Three Latin American Fictions
  2. Felipe Pruneda Sentíes
  3. pp. 414-432
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  1. At What Cost “Theory”?: An Economics and Poetics of Uptake
  2. Kay Dickinson
  3. pp. 433-450
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  1. Plasticity and the Global
  2. Bhaskar Sarkar
  3. pp. 451-471
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  1. Film Theory’s Animated Map
  2. Karen Beckman
  3. pp. 472-491
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  1. Introduction: Film Theory in the Age of Neoliberal Globalization
  2. Masha Salazkina
  3. pp. 325-349
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