Issues

Fall 2019: Volume 73, Number 1

FROM THE EDITOR

BE LIKE WATER: FILM, POLITICS, LEGACY
B. Ruby Rich

FEATURES

DIRTY DATA: CONTENT MODERATION, REGULATORY OUTSOURCING, AND THE CLEANERS
Lisa Parks

ONTOLOGY OF THE FAKE: MARIELLE HELLER’S CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?
Melissa Hardie

ALEJANDRO LANDES’ MONOS AND THE ONCE AND FUTURE COLOMBIAN WAR FILM
Manuel Betancourt

THE RETURN OF MISERABILISM: RICHARD BILLINGHAM’S RAY & LIZ
J. M. Tyree

A VIRTUAL WINTER: ON THE ABSENCE OF ECOLOGY IN GAME OF THRONES
Despina Kakoudaki

INTERVIEWS

BY RADICAL MEANS NECESSARY: INTERVIEW WITH CRISTINA IBARRA AND ALEX RIVERA
Diana Flores Ruiz

COLUMNS

Screenings | MEXICAN GENRES: ROM-COM, HORROR, INDIE, SITCOM
Paul Julian Smith

On Platforms | SPIRITS OF CINEMA
Caetlin Benson-Allott

Elsewhere | CINEMATIC ARRIVALS IN A GHANIAN SUMMER
Bilal Qureshi

FESTIVAL REPORTS

CHRONICLES FROM THE BIOSPHERE: A FILM PROGRAMMER’S REPORT FROM THE CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
Rasha Salti

THE MALAGA FESTIVAL: CINEMA, CELEBRITY, AND CULTURE
Duncan Wheeler

PAGE VIEWS

SCOUTING THE PAST: A CONVERSATION WITH PRIYA JAIKUMAR ON WHERE HISTORIES RESIDE: INDIA AS FILMED SPACE
Kartik Nair

BOOK REVIEWS

The Apartment Complex: Urban Living and Global Screen Cultures edited by Pamela Robertson Wojcik
Carrie Rickey

Queer Times, Black Futures by Kara Keeling
Nick Davis

A Trail of Fire for Political Cinema: “The Hour of the Furnaces” Fifty Years Later, edited by Javier Campo and Humberto Pérez-Blanco
Rielle Navitski

Front Lines of Community: Hollywood Between War and Democracy by Hermann Kappelhoff, translated by Daniel Hendrickson
Linda Williams

The Technical Delusion: Electronics, Power, Insanity by Jeffrey Sconce
Leo Goldsmith

Aesthetic Spaces: The Place of Art in Film by Brigitte Peucker
Frances Guerin