Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television articles

Volume 33 (4)

The Art and Craft of The Screen: Louis Reeves Harrison and The Moving Picture World
vol. 33 (4): 533-551
Singing Sci-Fi Cowboys: Gene Autry And Genre Amalgamation In The Phantom Empire (1935)
vol. 33 (4): 552-575
Rewriting European History: National And Transnational Identities In Rome
vol. 33 (4): 576-593
‘I Just Feel It’s Important to Know Exactly What he Went Through’: In Their Footsteps and The Role of Emotions in Australian Television History
vol. 33 (4): 594-611
The Revaluation of Associated British Films: ABPC’s Film Production Account for the Year ending 31 March 1942
vol. 33 (4): 612-620
Friday Night Fighter: Gaspar “Indio” Ortega and the golden age of television boxing
vol. 33 (4): 621-622
Germany in the Loud Twentieth Century an introduction
vol. 33 (4): 622-624
Tracking King Kong: a Hollywood icon in world cinema
vol. 33 (4): 624-626
Hollywood and Hitler, 1933-1939
vol. 33 (4): 626-628
Ealing Revisited
vol. 33 (4): 628-630
Visuell fostran. Film-och bildverksamheten i Sverige under andra världskriget
vol. 33 (4): 630-632
Twentieth Century-Fox: the Zanuck-Skouras years, 1935-1965
vol. 33 (4): 632-634
Memory and the Moving Image: French film in the digital era
vol. 33 (4): 634-636
Soviet Animation and the Thaw of the 1960s: not only for children
vol. 33 (4): 636-637
The Sounds of Capitalism: advertising, music, and the conquest of culture
vol. 33 (4): 638-639
Hollywood’s Italian American Filmmakers: Capra, Scorsese, Savoca, Coppola, and Tarantino
vol. 33 (4): 639-641
Antonioni: Centenary Essays
vol. 33 (4): 641-643
Schaufenster Schweiz. Dokumentarische Gebrauchsfilme 1896-1964
vol. 33 (4): 643-646
Intermediality and Media Change
vol. 33 (4): 646-648
Film Festival Yearbook 4: film festivals and activism
vol. 33 (4): 648-650
“Quit India”: The image of the Indian patriot on commercial British film and television, 1956-1985
vol. 33 (4): 650-653

Volume 33 (3)

EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION
vol. 33 (3): 355-364
The Two Faces of Channel Four: Some Notes in Retrospect
vol. 33 (3): 365-376
‘What We’re Trying to Do is Make Popular Politics’: The Birmingham Film and Video Workshop
vol. 33 (3): 377-395
Sex, Youth & Video Tape: Turn it Up and The Struggle to be Heard
vol. 33 (3): 396-417
A Cultural Exchange: S4C, Channel 4 and Film
vol. 33 (3): 418-433
Making Film Programmes for the BBC and Channel 4: The Shift From In-House ‘Producer Unit’ to Independent ‘Package-Unit’ Production
vol. 33 (3): 434-453
Interview Dossier
vol. 33 (3): 454-474
Deleuze & Cinema: the film concepts
vol. 33 (3): 475-477
The Decline and Fall of the United States Information Agency: American public diplomacy, 1989–2001
vol. 33 (3): 477-479
A Companion to Film Comedy
vol. 33 (3): 479-481
The Thrill Makers: celebrity, masculinity, and stunt performance
vol. 33 (3): 481-483
Documentary in a Changing State: Ireland since the 1990s
vol. 33 (3): 483-486
Equal Time: television and the Civil Rights movement
vol. 33 (3): 486-487
Cold War Broadcasting: impact on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, a collection of studies and documents
vol. 33 (3): 487-489
Crossing the Wall. The Western Feature Film Import in East Germany
vol. 33 (3): 490-492
The Routledge Companion to Film History
vol. 33 (3): 492-494
Gender, Nationalism and War: conflict on the movie screen
vol. 33 (3): 494-495
Col. William N. Selig, the Man who Invented Hollywood
vol. 33 (3): 495-499
The Sounds of the Silents in Britain
vol. 33 (3): 499-500