Scope
An online journal of film and television studies: ISSN 1465-9166
University of Nottingham
  

August 2002 

Jump to:

 

Book Reviews

All book reviews

American Films of the 70s: Conflicting Visions by Peter Lev
A Review by Paul W. Salmon

A Cinema of Loneliness: Penn, Stone, Kubrick, Scorsese, Spielberg, Altman (Third Edition) by Robert Kolker
A review by Jon Lewis

Controlling Hollywood: Censorship and Regulation in the Studio Era edited by Matthew Bernstein
A Review by George S. Larke

France on Film: Reflections on Popular French Cinema edited by Lucy Mazdon
A Review by Richard Armstrong

J Lee Thompson by Steve Chibnall
A Review by Dave Rolinson

My Only Great Passion: The Life and Films of Carl Th. Dreyer  by Jean Drum and Dale D. Drum
A Review by Thomas C. Smith

Performance on the Edge: Transformations of Culture  by Johannes Birringer
A Review by Lihong Tang

Split Screen: Belgian Cinema and Cultural Identity by Phillip Mosley
A Review by Ernest Mathijs

Tales Out of School: Gender, Longing, and the Teacher in Fiction and Film by Jo Keroes
A Review by Michele Ren

Television Drama: Realism, Modernism and British Culture by John Caughie
Critical Ideas in Television Studies by John Corner 
Seeing Things: Television in the Age of Uncertainty by John Ellis
A Review by Rachel Moseley

The Titanic and Silent Cinema by Stephen Bottomore
A Review by Martin Barker

Back to top

 

Film Reviews

All film reviews

The Hamptons Film Festival, 17th-21st October 2001

A review by Ruth Perlmetter and Archie Perlmetter

 

24 Hour Party People (dir. Michael Winterbottom, 2002)

A review by Jamie Sexton

 

American Beauty (dir. Sam Mendes, 1999)

A review by Gordon Reavley

 

Apocalypse Now Redux (dir. Francis Ford Coppola, 2001)

A review by Steven Wolfe

 

Close (dir. Atom Egoyan and Julião Sarmento, 2001)

A review by Jeanne Deslandes

 

David and Lisa (dir. Frank Perry, 1962)

Oprah Winfrey Presents: David and Lisa (dir. Lloyd Kramer, 1998)

A review by Diane R. Wiener

 

Gosford Park (dir. Robert Altman, 2001)

A review by Lisa Rull

 

Hannibal (dir. Ridley Scott, 2001)

A review by Kendall R. Phillips

 

The House of Mirth (dir. Terence Davies, 2000)

A review by Kenneth R. Morefield

Back to top

 

Conference Reports

All conference reports

Screen Studies Conference (2001) — report by Robert A. Morace

Multiple Publics/Civic Voices: The American Studies Association Annual Conference — report by Sue Currell

Cultural Studies: Between Politics and Ethics — report by Richard C. Cante

Back to top

 

Scope

Department of Culture Film and Media
University of Nottingham
NG7 2RD

Email: scope@nottingham.ac.uk