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This article examines Hollywood novels from the 1920s within a complex network made up of film narratives, film technology, fan magazines and newspapers, as well as the studios working to contain the movie-crazed fan they had created in the 1910s. Focusing on the novels Minnie Flynn by Frances...
Pedro Costa’s second feature film, Casa de Lava (1995) presents a cinephile referencing experience and is constantly compared with Jacques Tourneur’s eerie black-and-white classic I Walked with a Zombie (1943). An analysis of Casa de Lava reveals that this link to Tourneur’s film is not just a...
A cousin concept of dramaturgy, the notion of ‘mediaturgy’ developed by performance scholar Bonnie Marranca reroutes connotations from a text-based linear progression of sorts to a media-induced sense of simultaneity as organizing principle. To ‘mediaturge’/director John Jesurun, the latter has...
This article explores the commodification and conflation of gender and information that are manifest in the novel and the television, radio, and film adaptations of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Even though the core thematic focus of the adaptations often correlate with those of the novel—concepts...
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