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MFJ No. 12 (Fall/Winter 1982-83) – Regional Reports/Feminism

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  • Arthur, Paul, “The Western Edge: Oil of L.A. and the Machined Image,” pp. 8-28.
  • Carroll, Noel, “Amy Taubin’s Bag,” pp.68-78.
  • Davidson, David, “Warren Sonbert’s Noblesse Oblige,” pp. 109-12.
  • Gunning, Tom, “The Critique of Seeing with One’s Own Eyes: Ernie Gehr’s Untitled (1976),” pp. 134-36.
  • Hanlon, Lindley, “Female Rage: The Films of Su Friedrich,” pp. 79-86.
  • Jamieson, Dale, “Rocky Mountain Formalism: Avant-Garde Film in Colorado,” pp. 29-35.
  • Jordan, Larry, “Survival in the Independent Non-Commercial Avant-Garde Experimental Personal Expressionist Film Market of 1982,” pp. 5-7.
  • Kaplan, E. Ann, “Appropriating the Heroine: An Analysis of Mulvey’s and Wollen’s Amy,” pp. 87-96.
  • Kaplan, E. Ann, “Theories and Strategies of the Feminist Documentary,” pp. 44-67.
  • Larson, Ernest, “The Last Days of Pompeii: Louis Hock’s Southern California,” pp. 131-33.
  • Liebman, Stuart, “The Presents of Michael Snow,” pp. 97-108.
  • Nosowitz, Harvey, “View of Chicago,” pp. 36-43.
  • Pipolo, Tony, “Anita Thacher’s Sea Travels,” pp. 121-25.
  • Schenkel, Thelma, “The Man Who Could See Far,” pp. 113-20.
  • Vaughan, David, “Channels/Inserts: Cunningham and Atlas (Continued),” pp. 126-30.[/column]
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