Framework Volume 58, Numbers 1-2, Spring/Fall 2017

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Framework is an international, peer reviewed journal dedicated to theoretical and historical work on the diverse and current trends in media and film scholarship. The journal’s multicultural coverage, interdisciplinary focus, and the high caliber of its writers contributes to important interconnections between regional cinemas, practioners, academics, critics, and students. Framework is committed to publishing articles from interdisciplinary and global perspectives.

Framework Volume 58, Numbers 1-2 (Spring/Fall 2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial
Drake Stutesman

The Animal Logic of Contemporary Greek Cinema
Rosalind Galt

DOSSIER: French Cinema at the Margins: Forgotten Sites, Practices, and Discourses, 1920–1960

Introduction: French Cinema at the Margins
Eric Smoodin, Guest Editor

Cinephiles and Children: Discourses and Practices of Cinema Education in 1920s Paris
Annie Fee

Toward a History of French Ecocinema: Nature in Dimitri Kirsanoff’s Modernity
Brian Jacobson

For a Concrete Aesthetics: Against Avant-Garde Films c. 1930
Jennifer Wild

“To Show the People in Paris How We Live Here”: Working-Class Representation, Paul Carpita, and Film History
Sabine Haenni

“The Last Amateurs of Pure Cinema”: Ciné-Clubs and French Film Culture, 1930–1945
Eric Smoodin

ESSAY

Star Gazing via Documentary
Priyadarshini Shanker

DOSSIER: The Fan as Doppelgänger

Introduction
Anupama Kapse and Meheli Sen, Guest Editors

Fan and its Paratexts
Monika Mehta

Embodiment and Stardom in Shahrukh Khan’s Fan
Neepa Majumdar

Doubling Offscreen and Onscreen: Queering the Star and the Fan in Fan
Nilanjana Bhattacharjya

The Mirror of Desire: Queerness, Fan and the Riddles of Paheli
Meheli Sen

Double Trouble: SRK, Fandom and Special Effects
Anupama Kapse

Interview with Manu Anand, Director of Photography of Fan
Priyadarshini Shanker

INTERVIEW

Neither Day Nor Night: Palestine through the Lens of Peggy Ahwesh
Jenelle Troxelle

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