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Fall 1996, 36:1

JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies

The Well-Furnished Interior of the Masses: Kirsanoff's "Menilmontant" and the Streets of Paris
Richard Prouty
Blocking "Blockade": Partisan Protest, Popular Debate, and Encapsulated Texts
Greg M. Smith
Dance, Flexibility, and the Renewal of Genre in "Singin' in the Rain"
Peter N. Chumo II
Dr. Hobbes's Parasites: Victims, Victimization, and Gender in David Cronenberg's "Shivers"
David Sanjek
Sally Potter's "Orlando" and the Neo-Baroque Scopic Regime
Cristina Degli-Esposti
Dialogue
Carl Plantinga Responds to Dirk Eitzen's "When Is a Documentary?: Documentary as a Mode of Reception" ("Cinema Journal" 35:1) by Carl Plantinga
Dirk Eitzen Responds by Dirk Eitzen
Professional Notes
Robert Lang, Greg Martino