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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.

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Framework Volume 61, Number 2 (Fall 2020)

Editorial
Drake Stutesman

DOSSIER: Ousmane Sembene: The Rebel with a Camera
Guest editor: Samba Gadjigo

Introduction
Samba Gadjigo and Jason Silverman

Issues in African Film: The Artist and the Revolution: “Interview with Ousmane Sembene”
Translator: Moustapha Diop
Tahar Cheriaa

Issues in African Film: The Artist and the Revolution: “Interview with Ousmane Sembene” in French
Tahar Cheriaa

Freedom
Translator: Moustapha Diop
Sembene Ousmane

“Liberté” in French
Sembène Ousmane

Postcolonial Amnesia: The “Vanishing Present” of the Past in Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd’s Drowned in Oblivion
Moustapha Diop

Ousmane Sembene’s Moolaadé: People’s Rights vs. Human Rights
Samba Gadjigo

Sembene Across Africa Project: Bringing African Stories to Africans
Samba Gadjigo and Jason Silverman

ESSAYS
Schneemann’s Doubt
Patrícia Mourão de Andrade

Red Films, Blue Prints: Early Soviet Cinema’s Architectural Imaginary
J. English Cook

DOSSIER: Responses during COVID-19 Spring/Summer 2020

Did the Tree Call Chantal to It?
Susan Potter

MM Serra Presents Notes from the Lower East Side: Redux
MM Serra

Other Galaxies: The Temenos Beyond the Screen
Rebekah Rutkoff

The renegades who rescue Black Cinema Classics and the post-COVID future for these reflections of the Black imagination
Melissa Lyde

Cinema as Oracle
Teresa Castro

In Limbo
Patrícia Mourão de Andrade

Post Corona Film and Television: Stream It, Skip It, or Revolutionize It?
Dennis Broe

Framework Volume 62, Number 1 (Spring 2021)

Introduction
Jonathan Buchsbaum and Mariano Mestman

“Cine militante: una categoría interna del ‘Tercer Cine’” (1971)
“Militant Cinema: An Internal Category of ‘Third Cinema’”
Fernando Solanas and Octavio Getino

“L’impact du ‘troisième cinéma’ dans le monde” (1979)
“The Influence of ‘Third Cinema’ in the World”
Editors, Group CinémAction and Guy Hennebelle

“Algunas observaciones sobre el concepto del ‘Tercer Cine’”(1979)
“Some Observations on the Concept of ‘Third Cinema’”
Octavio Getino

Images of the Itinerary of the Group Cine Liberación and “Third Cinema"
Jonathan Buchsbaum and Mariano Mestman

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The following issues are available in print:

61.2
61.1

60.2
60.1

59.2
59.1

58.1-2

57.2
57.1

56.2
56.1: The Writings of Warren Sonbert

55.2
55.1

54.2
54.1

53.2
53.1: Out of print

52.2: Things Fall Apart: Peter Whitehead Issue, Part 2
52.1: Things Fall Apart: Peter Whitehead Issue, Part 1

51.2
51.1

50.1-2

49.2
49.1

48.2: Out of print
48.1

47.2
47.1