restricted access   Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

Latina/o Cinema Issue

From the Editor

The Inaugural Issue of Chiricú Journal

pp. 1-6


Taking Stock: Recent and Emerging Lines of Study in U.S.–Latina/o Cinema

pp. 7-16

Scholarly Works

Fearless Speech and the Discourse of Civility in Salt of the Earth

pp. 19-38

No Longer Hidden: Bless Me, Última and Recent Chicana/o–Latina/o Cinema

pp. 39-52

Interconectividad cinematográfica: Lourdes Portillo, su proyecto ético-estético y una entrevista renarrada

pp. 53-73

Immigration, Transnationalism, and Transmigration in Grandma Has a Video Camera

pp. 74-92

Creative Works

Sci-Fi-ing Immigration and the U.S.-Mexico Border: An Interview with Filmmaker Alex Rivera

pp. 95-105

Things and Images: Essay, Photos, and Film

pp. 106-123

Uncle Rod Watches Man On Fire, and: Narcissus On El Santo

pp. 124-128

The Sound & the Image: An Interview with Filmmaker Natalia Almada

pp. 129-134

The Lone Ranger Unmasked: Zorro and the Whitewashing of the American Superhero

pp. 135-151

Film Reviews

East Side Sushi by Anthony Lucero, and: The Hand that Feeds by Robin Blotnick and Rachel Lears (review)

pp. 155-158

Crimson Peak by Guillermo del Toro (review)

pp. 158-160

Book Reviews

Borderland Films: American Cinema, Mexico, and Canada during the Progressive Era by Dominique Brégent-Heald (review)

pp. 163-165

Mexico on Main Street: Transnational Film Culture in Los Angeles before World War II by Colin Gunckel (review)

pp. 165-168

The Cinema of Robert Rodriguez by Frederick Luis Aldama, and: Critical Approaches to the Films of Robert Rodriguez by Frederick Luis Aldama (review)

pp. 168-171