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Framework

The Journal of Cinema and Media

Edited by Drake Stutesman

Subjects: Film History, Film Theory and Criticism, Filmmakers, Media Studies, Performance Studies, World Cinema

Published two times per year
ISSN 0306-7661
E-ISSN 1559-7989

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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, practitioners, academics, critics, and students. Framework is committed to publishing articles from interdisciplinary and global perspectives.

For more information about Framework, and to access issues prior to volume 43, please visit http://www.frameworknow.com/

Framework Volume 62, Number 2 (Fall 2021)
SPECIAL ISSUE: Film for the Future

INTRODUCTION: FILM FOR THE FUTURE
Michelle Baroody and Maggie Hennefeld

SECTION 1: CONJURING FILM FOR THE FUTURE: ARCHIVES AND HISTORIES

Islands in the Stream
Sarah Keller

Nanook of the North’s Pasts and Futures
Genevieve Yue

Bombed Pasts, Burning Futures: Notes on Demolition and Exhibition
Jocelyn Szczepaniak-Gillece

Unreal Time: A Conversation on Film Theory, Media Historiography, and the Scales of Pandemic Catastrophe
Mary Ann Doane and Doron Galili

SECTION 2: VIRTUAL BODIES, DIGITAL PLATFORMS, UNCANNY EXPERIMENTS

Making a Home for Film, Making Film a Home: The Nomadic Cinephilia of Ruun Nuur
Girish Shambu

How Not to Disappear Completely: The Unlikely Emergence of Underground Moving-Image Curation on Twitch
K. J. Relth-Miller

Cinema’s Missing Bodies (with Laurent Lafontant of Massimadi Afro LGBTQ+ Film and Arts Festival, Bradford Nordeen of Dirty Looks, So Mayer of Club des Femmes, and Gary Varro of Queer City Cinema)
Alanna Thain and Dayna McLeod

Under the Electric Cloud: Cinema at Paramount’s Twilight
Peter Labuza

SECTION 3: FILM FESTIVALS, ACTIVIST CURATING, AND PANDEMIC COLLECTIVITY

Mexico Silent Film Festival’s Journey of Cultural Resistance: Tracing a Path of Community Survival
FIC-Silente Collective: Alejandra Calleja Toxqui, Roxana Hernández Martínez, Ana Gabriela Hernández Rodríguez, Rosa María Licea Garibay, Enrique Moreno Ceballos, Julio Cesar Quiterio Morales, Ana Belén Recoder López, Cecilia Ramírez Morales, Lluvia Soto Rodríguez, Laetitia Vigneron

The Politics of Collective Programming and the Virtual Arab Film Festival
Michelle Baroody and Alison Kozberg

Cinematic Activism: Grassroots Film Festivals and Social Movements in Pandemic Times
Umayyah Cable

Art-house Cinemas as Sites of Resistance: From “Safe Space” to “Safe House”
Vivian Hua 華 婷 婷

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