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Explorations in New Cinema History
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Richard Maltby is Professor of Screen Studies and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law at Flinders University, South Australia. He has written and edited several books and articles on cinema history, including Hollywood Cinema (Blackwell, 2003). Daniel Biltereyst is Professor in Film and Media Studies at Ghent University, Belgium, and has written widely on the subject of film culture and controversy in the public sphere. Philippe Meers is Associate Professor in Film and Media Studies at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. He has published variedly on historical and contemporary cinema culture and audiences.
Notes on Contributors. Acknowledgements. Part 1 Mapping Cinema Experiences. 1 New Cinema Histories (Richard Maltby). 2 Reimagining the History of the Experience of Cinema in a Post-Moviegoing Age (Robert C. Allen). 3 Putting Cinema History on the Map: Using GIS to Explore the Spatiality of Cinema (Jeffrey Klenotic). 4 What to do with Cinema Memory? (Annette Kuhn). Part 2 Distribution, Programming and Audiences. 5 Social Class, Experiences of Distinction and Cinema in Postwar Ghent (Daniel Biltereyst, Philippe Meers and Lies Van de Vijver). 6 Distribution and Exhibition in The Netherlands, 1934 1936 (Clara Pafort-Overduin). 7 Patterns in First-Run and Suburban Filmgoing in Sydney in the mid-1930s (John Sedgwick). 8 From Hollywood to the Garden Suburb (and Back to Hollywood): Exhibition and Distribution in Australia (Mike Walsh). 9 Hollywood and its Global Audiences: A Comparative Study of the Biggest Box Office Hits in the United States and Outside the United States Since the 1970s (Peter Kramer). 10 Blindsiding: Theatre Owners, Political Action and Industrial Change in Hollywood, 1975 1985 (Deron Overpeck). Part 3 Venues and their Publics. 11 No Hits, No Runs, Just Terrors : Exhibition, Cultural Distinctions and Cult Audiences at the Rialto Cinema in the 1930s and 1940s (Tim Snelson and Mark Jancovich). 12 Going Underground with Manny Farber and Jonas Mekas: New York s Subterranean Film Culture in the 1950s and 1960s (Peter Stanfield). 13 Searching for the Apollo: Black Moviegoing and its Contexts in the Small-Town US South (Arthur Knight). 14 Film Distribution in the Diaspora: Temporality, Community and National Cinema (Deb Verhoeven). Part 4 Cinema, Modernity and the Local. 15 The Social Biograph: Newspapers as Archives of the Regional Mass Market for Movies (Paul S. Moore). 16 Modernity for Small Town Tastes: Movies at the 1907 Cooperstown, New York, Centennial (Kathryn Fuller-Seeley). 17 Silent Film Genre, Exhibition and Audiences in South India (Stephen Putnam Hughes). 18 The Last Bemboka Picture Show: 16 mm Cinema as Rural Community Fundraiser in the 1950s (Kate Bowles). Index.