Volume 6, Issue 2

(November 2009)

Special Edition

Issue Contents

Past Issues



Barker, Martin (Joint Editor):
'Editorial Introduction'


Special Edition

Hollinshead, Ailsa (Guest Editor - Special Edition):

'Special Issue Introduction'

Anderson, Louise:

'Postcards from the edge: the untidy realities of working with older cinema audiences, distant memories and newsreels'

McIver, Glen:

'Liverpool’s Rialto: Remembering the Romance'

Mackenzie, Kathryn et al.:

'In Search of an Audience: Lindsay Anderson’s Britannia Hospital'

Krämer, Peter:

'‘Dear Mr. Kubrick’: Audience Responses to 2001: A Space Odyssey in the Late 1960s'

Boyle, Karen:

'Attractions and distractions: Mums, babies and ‘early’ cinemagoing'

Leder, Kerstin:

'‘I just don’t think I could sit through [Jurassic Park or The Texas Chainsaw Massacre]’: Films as Cultural and Emotional Measures'

Arthurs, Jane:

'Brands, Markets and Charitable Ethics: MTV’s EXIT Campaign'



Biron, Dean:

'Betwixt and Between: Musical Taste Patterns and Audience Mobility'

Church, David:

'Of Manias, Shit, and Blood: The Reception of Salò as a ‘Sick Film’'

Evans, Elizabeth et al.:

'Boxed Out: Visually Impaired Audiences, Audio Description and the Cultural Value of the Television Image'

Griffiths, Merris:

'Small Town on the Big Screen: The Edge of Love and the Local Experience'



Austin, Thomas:

Watching the World: Screen Documentary and Audiences.  Manchester University Press (2007). ISBN: 0719076897, £50 hc.

Goldstein, Phillip & James L. Machor (eds.):

New Directions in American Reception Study.  Oxford University Press (2008). ISBN 978-0-19-532087-9, pp. 379

Napier, Susan J.:

From Impressionism to Anime: Japan as Fantasy and Fan Cult in the Mind of the West.  Palgrave Macmillan (2007). ISBN-13: 978-1-4039-6214-0, ISBN-10: 1-4039-6214-6, pp. 258, £45 hc.

Pomerance, Murray:

The Horse Who Drank The Sky: Film Theory Beyond Narrative and Theory.  Rutgers University Press (2008). ISBN: 978-0-8135-4327-7, pp. 257, £61.50 hc. £24.50 pb.  Plantinga, Carl: Moving Viewers: American Film and the Spectator’s Experience.  University of California Press (2009). ISBN: 978-0-520-25696-5, 280pp, £41.95 hc. £16.95 pb.

Weinstock, Jeffrey:

The Rocky Horror Picture Show.  Wallflower Press (2007) Cultographies: Series Editors: Ernest Mathijs and Jamie Sexton, ISBN: 978-1-905674-50-3 (pbk), pp. 132


  Last updated 24 November 2009