Conflicting Images, Contested Realities

Issue 7, June 2015

Conflicting Images, Contested Realities: An Introduction to Frames 7

Goya on his Shoulder: Tim Hetherington, Genre Memory, and the Body at Risk

New Ethical Questions and Social Media: Young People’s Construction of Holocaust Memory Online

The War Tapes and the Poetics of Affect of the Hollywood War Film Genre

A Revolution for Memory: Reproductions of a Communist Utopia through Tsui Hark’s The Taking of Tiger Mountain and Posters from the Cultural Revolution

The Long Life of Belgian WWI Documentaries in the Interwar Period

“Not Bad for a Few Ordinary Girls in a Tin Hut” – Re-Imagining Women’s Social Experience of the Second World War Through Female Ensemble Drama

“Choirs of Wailing Shells”: Poetic and Musical Engagements in Derek Jarman’s War Requiem – between Documentary and Fiction

Matricídio, or Queerness Explained to My Mother

Bollywood Bodies: Turning the Gaze from Girls to Boys and Back Again in Farah Khan’s Happy New Year

Civil War Photography and the Contemporary War Film

Argentine Documentaries on the Malvinas (Falklands) War: Between Testimony and Televisual Archive

The British Docudramas of the Falklands War

In Contrast: Croatian Film Today