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Hollywood's Changing Takes on Terrorism : Reviewing John Huston's We Were Strangers (1949)
Scholarship on the cinematic representation of terrorism has grown increasingly sophisticated recently, deepening the debate about the mass media's relationship to political violence. This article contributes to this debate ...
The Cold War on Film - Then and Now : Introduction
Cinematic Terror : A Global History of Terrorism on Film
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2014-11-20)
Cinematic Terror takes a uniquely long view of filmmakers' depiction of terrorism, examining how cinema has been a site of intense conflict between paramilitaries, state authorities and censors for well over a century. In ...
Cinematic Cold War : The American and Soviet Struggle for Hearts and Minds
(University Press Kansas, 2010-11)
The Other Side of Hollywood’s Cold War : Images of Dissent in the 1950s
Miracles, Martyrs and Martians : Religion and Cold War Cinematic Propaganda in the 1950s
This article examines Cold War film propaganda in the 1950s, when the cinema was enjoying its last period as the dominant visual mass entertainment form in both the West and the East. It concentrates on the role that ...
The British Popular Press and the Early Cold War
Britain's role during the early years of the cold war has come under intense scrutiny in the past decade. As a result, it is now known that London rather than Washington played the leading part in forcing the pace towards ...
British Feature Films and the Early Cold War