Allegheny College, Meadville, PA 16335

J.P. Tellotte

Narratives of Resistance: Verhoeven's Soldier of Orange

J.P. Tellotte is Professor of Film Studies in Georgia Tech's School of Literature, Communication, and Culture. He co-edits the journal Post Script and has published widely on film and media studies. His most recent books are The Science Fiction Film (Cambridge, 2001) and Disney TV (Wayne State, 2004).



Ivana Kronja

The Aesthetics of Violence in Recent Serbian Cinema: Masculinity in Crisis

Ivana Kronja is a media and film scholar from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro. She was a Graduate Visiting Student within Chevening Scholarship Programme at the University of Oxford, UK, in 2002/03. Presently a lecturer in mass media aesthetics at Fine and Applied Arts College, Belgrade, and a doctorate candidate in film studies at the University of Arts, Belgrade, she is author of a socio-cultural study: Smrtonosni sjaj: masovna psihologija i estetika turbo-folka (The Fatal Glow: Mass Psychology and Aesthetics of Turbofolk Subculture, 2001) and many papers in cultural, media and film studies.





Wheeler Winston Dixon

A Cinema of VIolence: The Films of D. Ross Lederman

Wheeler Winston Dixon is the James Ryan Endowed Professor of Film Studies, Professor of English at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and, with Gwendolyn Audrey Foster, Editor-in-Chief of the Quarterly Review of Film and Video. His newest books as author or editor include Visions of Paradise: Images of Eden in the Cinema (Rutgers University Press, 2006); American Cinema of the 1940s: Themes and Variations (Rutgers University Press, 2006); and Lost in the Fifties: Recovering Phantom Hollywood (Southern Illinois UP, 2005).



56th International Berlin Film Festival

Gerd Germunden







Book Reviews

Ken Feil, Dying for a Laugh: Disaster Movies and the Camp Imagination

by Erin Foster

Stephen Teo, Wong Kar-wai and Peter Brunette, Wong Kar-wai

by Ruby Cheung

Rick Altman, Silent Film Sound

by Kecia D. McBride