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[ecrea] New Issue: Frames Cinema Journal Issue 10 - Rip-Off or Resourceful Creativity?

Fri Feb 03 01:37:23 GMT 2017

We are delighted to announce that Issue 10 of Frames Cinema Journal is available online at

This edition of Frames Cinema Journal, entitled /Rip-Off or Resourceful Creativity?, challenges the role of /the cross-cultural remake in contemporary film culture and questions whether it should be considered to be an inauthentic /rip-off/ or an articulation of resourceful creativity. The articles and video essays in this issue build on some of the provocative discussions and dialogues that were sparked as part of a two-day conference hosted by the Institute of Global Cinema Cultures (IGCCC) at the University of St Andrews, /The Rest and the West; Rip Off or Resourceful Creativity in Global Cinema./

This issue also sees the introduction of a new section to Frames,/ Bibliognost./ As the academic field of film studies comes of age /Bibliognost/ seeks to establish what are the fundamental film texts have shaped and influenced film scholarship in recent years. Contributors to this section include Dina Iordanova, Deanne Williams, Chris Berry and Chris Fujiwara.

This issue contains the following articles:

*Feature Articles and Video Supplement*

Letter from the Editors

Sarah Smyth and Connor MacMorran

Reframing the remake: Dutch-Flemish monolingual remakes and their theoretical and conceptual implications <>

Eduard Cuelenaere, Stijn Joye & Gertjan Willems

Café Lumière as Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s Own and as a Homage to Yasujiro Ozu

Arthi Vasudevan

The Mystery of the Remake / The Power of the Rip-Off

Dina Iordanova

Inspiration or Copy? Chinese Cinema Looks to Hollywood… and Korea <>

Chris Berry

Implicit Solidarity: It’s Not Her Sin and Conflit <>

Chris Fujiwara

United Arab Emirates Popular Cinema <>

by Abdulrahman Alghanam


A Lazy Form of Betrayal: The ‘Remake’ and ‘Reboot’ in American Television Animation

David Perlmutter

The Hindi Horror Cinema: Losing its Authenticity

Valtsala Sharma


Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and the Media

Dina Iordanova

Kantoku Ozu Yasujiro

Chris Fujiwara

An Amorous History of the Silver Screen: Shanghai Cinema 1896 – 1937

Chris Berry

The Documentary Tradition

Deane Williams

*Book Reviews***

Nomadities: The filmmaking of Marilú Mallet, Valeria Sarmiento and Angelina Vázquez edited byElizabeth Ramírez-Soto and Catalina Donoso-Pinto

Reviewed by Isabel Seguí

Dream Machine: Realism and Fantasy in Hindi Cinema by Samir Dayal

Reviewed by Amber Shields

Call for papers for Issue 11 - The Future of Horror can be found at

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