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Film International Vol 16, Number 2 Film International Vol 16, Number 2

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Summer 2018

Summer 2018

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Film International covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society. It addresses topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives. Bridging the gap between the academy and the outside world, it encourages the participation of scholars from a variety of disciplines, as well as journalists, freelance writers, activists and film-makers.

Refusing the facile dichotomies of ‘high’ and ‘low’ culture, Hollywood and independent, art and commercial cinema, it discusses Hollywood films seriously, and ‘art’ movies critically. Film International is a truly international journal, recognising local specificities, but also the ultimate interconnectedness of an increasingly globalised world.

Volume 16, Number 2 contents:

'The Most Fabricated Exception': Islam, immigration and the white saviour narrative in Laurent Cantet's The Class Elizabeth Toohey

Review: The Workshop Elizabeth Toohey

Coming of Age in Troubled Times: Son of Babylon and Theeb Hania AM Nashef

The Sound of Music, Julie andrews, My Mother and I Jannie Pretorius

Metamorphosis of a Film Festival: The transformation of the Ludwigshafen film festival Gabriele Mueller

Jacques Tati and the Unbound Gag James Phillips

Truth or Dare: Inarritu's Birdman and Jean-Luc Godard  Vlad Dima

In Bruges as Boschean Allegory Edmund J Goehring

Nonhuman Subjectivity: Agnes Varda's The Beaches of Agnes and The Gleaners and I Caroline Porter

Interview: Nehemiah Persoff Michael toole

Interview: Mohammad Rasoulof Ali Moosavi

Review: Westfront 1918 and Kameradschaft Christopher Weedman

Review: Claude Autant-Lara Tony williams

Book reviews

Festival Report: 26th Annual Philadelphia Film Festival Jake Rutkowski

Film International covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society. It addresses topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives. Bridging the gap between the academy and the outside world, it encourages the participation of scholars from a variety of disciplines, as well as journalists, freelance writers, activists and film-makers.

Refusing the facile dichotomies of ‘high’ and ‘low’ culture, Hollywood and independent, art and commercial cinema, it discusses Hollywood films seriously, and ‘art’ movies critically. Film International is a truly international journal, recognising local specificities, but also the ultimate interconnectedness of an increasingly globalised world.

Volume 16, Number 2 contents:

'The Most Fabricated Exception': Islam, immigration and the white saviour narrative in Laurent Cantet's The Class Elizabeth Toohey

Review: The Workshop Elizabeth Toohey

Coming of Age in Troubled Times: Son of Babylon and Theeb Hania AM Nashef

The Sound of Music, Julie andrews, My Mother and I Jannie Pretorius

Metamorphosis of a Film Festival: The transformation of the Ludwigshafen film festival Gabriele Mueller

Jacques Tati and the Unbound Gag James Phillips

Truth or Dare: Inarritu's Birdman and Jean-Luc Godard  Vlad Dima

In Bruges as Boschean Allegory Edmund J Goehring

Nonhuman Subjectivity: Agnes Varda's The Beaches of Agnes and The Gleaners and I Caroline Porter

Interview: Nehemiah Persoff Michael toole

Interview: Mohammad Rasoulof Ali Moosavi

Review: Westfront 1918 and Kameradschaft Christopher Weedman

Review: Claude Autant-Lara Tony williams

Book reviews

Festival Report: 26th Annual Philadelphia Film Festival Jake Rutkowski

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