Film Quarterly

Spring 2015: Volume 68, Number 3

From the Editor
On Screen, Off Screen
B. Ruby Rich

Features
Cover Your Webcam: Unencrypting Laura Poitras’s Citizenfour
Lisa Parks

Giving Credit to Paratexts and Parafeminism in Top of the Lake and Orange Is the New Black
Kathleen A. McHugh

People Are an Excuse To Show Locations: Lisandro Alonso On Jauja
Megan Ratner

Special Dossier On Richard Linklater
Introduction
Peter Lurie

“Not In One Dream, But In Many”: Discipline, Dialogue, And The Cinema Of Richard Linklater
David T. Johnson

The Holy Moment: Waking Life And Linklater’s Sublime Dream Time
Ellen Grabiner

“Grief Tragically Becoming Comedy”: Time, Tasks, And Storytelling In Linklater’s Bernie
Katrina G. Boyd

Growing Old Together: Linklater’s Before Trilogy In The Twilight Years Of Art House Distribution
Maria San Filippo

Digital Déjà Vu: Cinephilia, Loss, And Medial Integrity In Linklater’s Before Trilogy
Peter Lurie

About Time: Before Boyhood
Rob Stone

Columns
The Vulnerable Spectator: The Company I Keep
Amelie Hastie

Screenings: The Caress Of The Camera In The Cinema Of Julián Hernández
Paul Julian Smith

Page Views
Historian Cara Caddoo Discusses Envisioning Freedom: Cinema and the Building of Modern Black Life
Regina Longo

Book Reviews
Dana Polan
Germaine Dulac: A Cinema of Sensations by Tami Williams

Farran Smith Nehme
Hollywood Frame by Frame: The Unseen Silver Screen in Contact Sheets, 1951–1997 by Karina Longworth

Joseph Pomp
Hollywood Vault: Film Libraries before Home Video by Eric Hoyt

Lauren Treihaft
Tsai Ming-liang and a Cinema of Slowness by Song Hwee Lim
Hou Hsiao-hsien edited by Richard I. Suchenski

Aaron Cutler
Distribution Revolution: Conversations about the Digital Future of Film and Television edited by Michael Curtin, Jennifer Holt, and Kevin Sanson

Nafis Shafizadeh
Decades Never Start on Time: A Richard Roud Anthology edited by Michael Temple and Karen Smolens