Gender, Race, and Beyond in Contemporary Superhero Cinema
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This edited scholarly collection seeks to explore the ongoing usefulness of the noir label through attention to less heralded films that straddle genres, are difficult to categorize, or have been limited in academic study because of their identification with a single genre, style, star, or director. Our goal is not to expand the noir canon but to recover lost nuances and give new life to specific classical era (1930s-1959) films by exploring them through a noir lens.
Seeking submissions for The American West of David Lynch’s Filmography and in Twin Peaks: Essays on Regional Identity, Narratives, and History. This book will be with McFarland Books.
Call for Proposals
The 12th Orphan Film Symposium -- Water, Climate, & Migration --