Film history, theory or criticism

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The Canadian Horror Film

From the cheaply made “tax-shelter” films of the 1970s to the latest wave of contemporary “eco-horror,” Canadian horror cinema has rarely received much critical attention. Gina Freitag and André ...

Reverse Shots

From the dawn of cinema, images of Indigenous peoples have been dominated by Hollywood stereotypes and often negative depictions from elsewhere around the world. With the advent of digital technologies, ...

Cinephemera

What do digital platforms mean for cinema studies in Canada? In an era when digital media are proliferating and thousands upon thousands of clips are available online, it seems counter-intuitive to say ...

Two Bicycles

Jean-Luc Godard and Anne-Marie Miéville are among the most important postwar filmmakers; they have worked across forms, across media, and across countries. This book, the first to be devoted specifically ...

One Man’s Documentary

By (author) Graham McInnes
Edited by Gene Walz
Categories: Film history, theory or criticism

Graham McInnes was one of many talented young people recruited by the charismatic John Grierson to build the National Film Board of Canada during the heady days of WWII. McInnes’s memoir of these “days ...

Quebec National Cinema

In the first comprehensive, theoretically informed work in English on Quebec cinema, Marshall views his Subject as neither the assertion of some unproblematic national wholeness nor a random collection ...