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Volume 4, 2000

vol. 4 no. 29: Stan Jones,
New 'Rules of the Game'?: Rejuvenating Cinema as a Field of Critical, Conceptual, and Historical Study, on the inaugural issue of the journal Film Studies.
vol. 4 no. 28: Nina Zimnik,
Thinking Television, on Echographies de la television by Jacques Derrida.
vol. 4 no. 27: Martin Barker & Thomas Austin,
Reply to Brereton.
vol. 4 no. 26: Pat Brereton,
The Audience as Reader is Seldom Caught in the Act?, on From Ants to Titanic: Reinventing Film Analysis by Martin Barker, with Thomas Austin.
vol. 4 no. 25: Martha P. Nochimson,
New York Film Festival 2000, on films such as In the Mood for Love, Pollock, and Dancer in the Dark.

vol. 4 no. 24: Bob Sitton,
Refocusing the Western, on Shane by Edward Countryman and Evonne von Heussen-Countryman
vol. 4 no. 23: Gaik Cheng Khoo,
Tsai Ming-liang: Defining What's Real, on Tsai Ming-liang by Jean-Pierre Rehm, Olivier Joyard, and Daniele Riviere
vol. 4 no. 22: S. Louisa Wei,
Cruel Stories of Passion, Brutal Explorations of Extreme, on The Films of Oshima Nagisa by Maureen Turim
vol. 4 no. 21: Silvio Gaggi,
Reply to Wood, on 'Textual Subjects' by Aylish Wood
vol. 4 no. 20: Aylish Wood,
Textual Subjects, on From Text to Hypertext by Silvio Gaggi
vol. 4 no. 19: C. Paul Sellors,
The Nature of Film Spectators, on Inside the Gaze by Francesco Casetti
vol. 4 no. 18: Jeffrey Hanson,
Admiring Kieslowski, on The 'Three Colours' Trilogy by Geoff Andrew
vol. 4 no. 17: Marty Fairbairn,
Reawakening Imagination, on Poetics of Imagining by Richard Kearney
vol. 4 no. 16: Louis Schwartz,
Deleuze, Rodowick, and the Philosophy of Film
vol. 4 no. 15: Garnet Creighton Butchart,
Thinking Through Cinema
both on
Gilles Deleuze's Time Machine by D. N. Rodowick
vol. 4 no. 14: Liora Moriel,
Filming the Present Past, on Diane Kurys by Carrie Tarr
vol. 4 no. 13: Hassan Melehy,
The Limits of Critique, on Phantom Communities by Scott Durham
vol. 4 no. 12: Cristina Degli-Esposti Reinert,
Martin Scorsese's Invisible City in Bringing Out the Dead
vol. 4 no. 11: Haim Callev,
The Stream of Consciousness: A Reply to Debaise
vol. 4 no. 10: Didier Debaise,
The Mechanisms of Thought, on The Stream of Consciousness in the Films of Alain Resnais by Haim Callev
vol. 4 no. 9: Nina Zimnik,
Media Histories and Digital Futures, on Cinema Futures edited by Thomas Elsaesser and Kay Hoffmann
vol. 4 no. 8: David Sterritt,
Speaking and Writing about Godard, a Response to Martha P. Nochimson and Paul Sutton
vol. 4 no. 7: Paul Sutton,
More Histoire(s) du Cinema?, on Speaking about Godard by Kaja Silverman and Harun Farocki
vol. 4 no. 6: Martha P. Nochimson,
A Modest Employee of the Cinema vs The Big Garage, on Jean-Luc Godard: Interviews edited by David Sterritt
vol. 4 no. 5: Bruce Bennett,
Misrecognizing Film Studies, on Post-Theory edited by David Bordwell and Noël Carroll
vol. 4 no. 4: Donato Totaro,
Art For All 'Time', on Sculpting in Time by Andrey Tarkovsky
vol. 4 no. 3: Richard Wright,
The Matrix Rules, on the film directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski
vol. 4 no. 2: Fredrik von Zweigbergk,
Fifteen Years Gone By, on Francois Truffaut by Diana Holmes and Robert Ingram
vol. 4 no. 1: Joy Palmer,
Conventionalizing the Postmodern, on Postmodernism in the Cinema edited by Cristina Degli-Esposti