Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television articles

Volume 32 (3)

Filmed News and Nationalism in Belgium: Flemish Events At the Crossroads of Politics, Culture and Commerce (1929–1942)
vol. 32 (3): 379-399
‘An Added Bonus’: Local Films, Local Newsreels and the Strand News in Warsaw, Indiana (1938–1955)
vol. 32 (3): 401-417
Local Newsreels and City Marketing in West Germany: A Case Study of the Karlsruher Monatsspiegel (1957–1966)
vol. 32 (3): 419-433
‘Help to Preserve the Real Story of Our Cinema and Television Industries’: The BECTU History Project and the Construction of British Media History, 1986–2010
vol. 32 (3): 435-448
The BECTU History Project: A Postscript
vol. 32 (3): 449-451
Film England. Culturally English Filmmaking since the 1990s
vol. 32 (3): 453-455
Leslie Howard. The Lost Actor
vol. 32 (3): 455-456
Eadweard Muybridge
vol. 32 (3): 457-458
Movies in American History. An Encyclopedia
vol. 32 (3): 458-459
Washed in Blood: male sacrifice, trauma, and the cinema; Masculinity and Film Performance: male angst in contemporary American cinema
vol. 32 (3): 459-462
Liberty—Shtunk! Die Freiheit wird abgeschafft. Charlie Chaplin und die Nationalsozialisten
vol. 32 (3): 462-464
Baz Luhrmann
vol. 32 (3): 464-466
The Media at War
vol. 32 (3): 466-468
Jew Süss—life, legend, fiction, film
vol. 32 (3): 468-470
The Essential Sopranos Reader
vol. 32 (3): 470-471
Hollywood Film 1963–1976: years of revolution and reaction
vol. 32 (3): 472-473
Ken Loach: the politics of film and television
vol. 32 (3): 473-475
Red, White & Black: cinema and the structure of U.S. antagonisms
vol. 32 (3): 475-477
Cinema and Radio in Britain and America, 1920–60
vol. 32 (3): 477-479
Shadows of Progress: documentary film in post-war Britain
vol. 32 (3): 479-482
The continental connection German-speaking émigrés and British cinema, 1927–45
vol. 32 (3): 482-484
Out of Time: desire in atemporal cinema
vol. 32 (3): 484-485
Destabilizing the Hollywood Musical: music, masculinity and mayhem
vol. 32 (3): 485-488
Explorations in New Cinema History: approaches and case studies; Cinema, Audiences and Modernity: new perspectives on European cinema history
vol. 32 (3): 489-491
Humphrey Jennings and British Documentary Film: a re-assessment
vol. 32 (3): 492-494
Disappearing Tricks: silent film, Houdini, and the new magic of the twentieth century
vol. 32 (3): 494-496
Moscow Prime Time: how the Soviet Union built the media empire that lost the cultural Cold War
vol. 32 (3): 496-498
Screening the East. Heimat, Memory and Nostalgia in German Film since 1989
vol. 32 (3): 498-500

Volume 32 (2)

The Reith Mission: Global Telecommunications and The Decline of The British Empire
vol. 32 (2): 167-185
Making Early American Broadcasting's Public Sphere: Radio Fortune Telling and The Demarcation of Private and Public Speech
vol. 32 (2): 187-205
BBC Reporting in India in The 1970s and 1980s: Globally Connected Media Ahead of Its Time
vol. 32 (2): 207-224
The Anomaly of Galei Tzahal: Israel's Army Radio as a Cultural Vanguard and Force for Pluralism
vol. 32 (2): 225-243
A Technician's Dream? The Critical Reception of 3-D Films in Britain
vol. 32 (2): 245-265
‘Remember! it's Only a Movie!’ Expectations and Receptions of The Day After (1983)
vol. 32 (2): 267-292
The Routledge–IAMHIST Prizes for 2011
vol. 32 (2): 293-0
Grey Gardens
vol. 32 (2): 295-297
The Fantasy Film
vol. 32 (2): 297-300
Korda: Britain's movie mogul
vol. 32 (2): 300-302
Sergei Eisenstein: selected works volume 1. Writings, 1922–1934; Sergei Eisenstein: selected works volume 2. Writings, 1934–1947; Sergei Eisenstein: selected works volume 3. Towards a theory of montage
vol. 32 (2): 302-304
Runaway Romances: Hollywood's postwar tour of Europe
vol. 32 (2): 305-306