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Issue 4.2

2016

Locating the Intimate within the Global: Xavier Dolan, Queer Nations and Québec Cinema

Locating the Intimate within the Global: Xavier Dolan, Queer Nations and Québec Cinema
edited by Kester Dyer, Andrée Lafontaine, and Fulvia Massimi.

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Individual Chapters

Introduction

Introduction

Kester Dyer, Andrée Lafontaine, and Fulvia Massimi

Articles

“A Boy’s Best Friend is His Mother”: Québec’s Matriarchy and Queer Nationalism in the Cinema of Xavier Dolan

Fulvia Massimi

Les voix queers dans Mommy de Xavier Dolan

Jason R. D’Aoust

Pouvoir et déclin de l’intime : Films postréférendaires, identités genrées et identités sexuelles

Julie Ravary

Conceptualizing Quebec National Cinema: Denys Arcand’s Cycle of Post-Referendum Films as Case Study

David Hanley

Interview with Bill Marshall

Kester Dyer, Andrée Lafontaine, and Fulvia Massimi

Lectures croisées et pistes de réflexions autour de Laurence Anyways / A Cross-Reading of Laurence Anyways

Interventions by Christina Brassard, Katrina Sark, Angela Urrea and Mariana Gil-Arboleda

Reviews

The True (Homonational) North, Strong and Free

Clinton Glenn

The Lure of an Ever-Elusive Global Melodrama

Meredith Slifkin

Digging Up a Decade: Unearthing the Relevance of 1940s Horror

Justin H. Langlois

Confused Auteurism: What Has Adoor Gopalakrishnan Got to Do With It?

Parichay Patra

Festival Reviews

On Heroines, High Heels and Hierarchies: Challenging the 68th Festival de Cannes’ “Year Off””

Bradley Warren

Cinemalaya 2015: A Decade of Philippine Independent Cinema

Adam Szymanski