From our latest issue no.118 - 'Memory'
15th Oct 2021
Anamarija Horvat draws on her recent research to examine how television has both commented on, as well as participated in the creation of queer memory.
15th Oct 2021
Alex Hastie and Michelle Newman offer an important and timely exploration of the role of BBC4 in the construction of cultural memory through music documentary.
Sue Vice and Dominic Williams provide a highly innovative piece imagining a film essay constructed from outtakes produced during the making of Lanzmann’s Shoah.
Zoë Viney Burgess offers a fascinating feminist analysis of archival cataloguing and the elision of women filmmakers
More from Issue 118
- EDITOR'S NOTE: ISSUE 118 - MEMORY
- "I’m here, but you can’t see me": Women amateur filmmakers, attribution and the archive
- Unsettling memories of the Ravensbrück camp: Marianna Christofides’ repotting flowers (2021)
- Obstinate Memory: Documentary as trauma in disrupting state narratives on racial violence
- ‘This will be your version of what happened’: Performance, Perspective and Control in Jackie (2015)
- Random Access Memory
- A (Frosted) Window on the Past: Historical Representation and its Influence on Collective Memory
- ‘’It’s a life you’re making up’’: Pour une Femme and the Creative Process of Remembering
- The “redemption of memory” path in Giorgio Diritti’s L’Uomo che Verrà
- Vergangenheitsbewältigung on the example of the movie "Das Leben der Anderen"
- Rebuilding Lost Memory in Digital Games
- The Memory of Sequels: Blade Runner 2049 and Collective Memory
- BFF Thelma & Louise: Tanya & Lucy Revisit 30 Years On
- Memory as Practice: Editing Claude Lanzmann’s Location Outtakes
- BBC Four and the curation of music memory
- From It’s a Sin to Veneno: Queer Memory on Television
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