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#54, Fall 2004

The Velvet Light Trap

Innovation and Experimentation

Cinematography With Tears: The Que Viva Mexico! Debate and the Formation of the American Popular Front in Film Theory and Criticism
Chris Robe
Choosing Between Expediency and Refusing to See the Light of Competition: Liveness, Sound-on-Disc Recording, and the Economics of Network Broadcasting
Alex Russo
Claiming a Style: The Living Cinema of Pierre Perrault's Pour la suite du monde
Charles Michael
Masters of Ceremony: Media Demonstration as Performance in Three Instances of Expanded Cinema
Roy Grundmann
An Interview With Anthony McCall
Jonathan Walley

Book Reviews