Issues

Winter 2018: Volume 72, Number 2

From the Editor

IN SEARCH OF OPTIMISM
B. Ruby Rich

Features

SERIAL SURVEILLANCE: NARRATIVE, TELEVISION, AND THE END OF THE WORLD
Catherine Zimmer

LIU NA’OU: THE FATE OF “MIDDLING MODERNITY” AND THE GLOBAL PURE FILM MOVEMENT IN REPUBLICAN-ERA SHANGHAI
Donna Ong

WOLF WARRIOR 2: IMAGINING THE CHINESE CENTURY
Chris Berry

Interviews

STRUCTURAL LAUGHTER AND CONSTRUCTED INTIMACIES: THE SELF-REFLEXIVITY OF CHERYL DUNYE
Terri Francis

THE HOUSE THAT AGNÈS BUILT
Joan Dupont

Columns

Elsewhere | IN LOVE AND WAR: THE DUPLICITOUS WOMEN OF NEW WAR CINEMA
Bilal Qureshi

On Platforms | THEY’RE COMING TO GET YOU . . . OR: MAKING AMERICA ANXIOUS AGAIN
Caetlin Benson-Allott

Screenings | RUN COYOTE RUN: A MEXICAN BORDER COMEDY FOR THE AGE OF TRUMP
Paul Julian Smith

The Vulnerable Spectator | AGAINST NOSTALGIA
Amelie Hastie

Festival Reports

A REPORT ON THE FESTIVAL AND ITS GUESTS: KARLOVY VARY REMEMBERS THE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Moritz Pfeifer

FILM FESTIVAL, FALL LAUNCH, 2018: THE TIFF EDITION
B. Ruby Rich

Page Views

The Liberal Sexual Subject: A Conversation with Damon R. Young
Nicholas Baer

Book Reviews

Contemporary Black Women Filmmakers and the Art of Resistance by Christina Baker
Carrie Rickey

Hitler and Film: The Führer’s Hidden Passion by Bill Niven
Thomas Doherty

Double Visions, Double Fictions: The Doppelgänger in Japanese Film and Literature by Baryon Tensor Posadas
Caitlin Casiello

Pink-Slipped: What Happened to Women in the Silent Film Industries? by Jane Gaines
Luci Marzola

Red Hot Mama: The Life of Sophie Tucker by Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff
Hillary Weston

Tanaka Kinuyo: Nation, Stardom, and Female Subjectivity edited by Irene González-López and Michael Smith
Linda Ehrlich

Bright Signals: A History of Color Television by Susan Murray
Catherine Clepper