Framework Volume 63, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Fall 2022

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Framework is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to theoretical and historical work on the diverse and current trends in media and film scholarship. The journal's multicultural coverage, interdisciplinary focus, and the high caliber of its writers contribute to important interconnections between regional cinemas, practitioners, academics, critics, and students. Framework is committed to publishing articles from interdisciplinary and global perspectives.

Framework Volume 63, Numbers 1 & 2 (Spring/Fall 2022)

Drake Stutesman

DOSSIER: Exquisite Historiography: Experimental and Collaborative Film Histories

Ragged Cinema: Twelve Theses on the Making of Comrades together-apart / Camarades junts-i-a-banda (Araüna Baró and David Archibald, Catalonia/Scotland, 2021) (with accompanying video) 
Núria Araüna Baró and David Archibald

Textualizing YouTube: Cultivating Bonds of Community via an Online Collaborative Platform in Hong Kong
Ka Lee Wong

Commentary: Something Out of Nothing—Making Traffic in Kisses (with accompanying video)
Kiki Loveday and Susan Potter

Feminist Ironic Montage to Dismantle Gender Essentialism
Isabel Seguí and Marina Cavalcanti Tedesco

Inhabiting a Moth-Eaten Method
Anila Gill

The Life History of Juli Jones, Junior by William Foster
Allyson Nadia Field

A Montage of Surviving Images: Deportation footage in Varsovie, quand même . . . (1954) and Night and Fog (1956) (with accompanying video)
Matilda Mroz and Ivan Cerecina

Tales and Visions (video only)
MM Serra

Gauging Film History: An Exquisite Corpse
Ina Archer, Dino Everett, Marsha Gordon, and Martin Louis Johnson

DOSSIER: The New American Cinema Group in Europe: The 1960s Grand Tour and Its Afterlife
Guest Editor: Ronald Gregg

Introduction: The New American Cinema Group in Europe: The 1960s Grand Tour and its Afterlife
Ronald Gregg

Beyond the United States: Three Propositions Toward a History of New American Cinema’s Multiplicity of Sites in the 1960s
Faye Corthésy

“Without Jerome”: The Patronage of Jerome Hill and the Curating of 1960s American Experimental Work in Europe
Ronald Gregg

Underground Films in Factory Town: The New American Cinema Group Travels to Turin, Italy in 1967
Giaime Alonge

(Re)Discovering the Italian Reception of NAC Through the Archives of the Unione culturale
Claudio Panella and Silvia Nugara

Promoting and Curating US Experimental Cinema in Europe: “The Western American Experimental Film” Tour in 1963 and the New American Cinema
Miguel Fernández Labayen and John Sundholm

The Relationship between New American Cinema with the American and European Video Art Movement: A Flow of Ideas
Alessandro Amaducci

The Afterlife of New American Cinema: An Archival Perspective
Sabrina Negri


Exil and the Cinematic Mood of Racism
Olivia Landry


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