Sunday, December 18, 2011

ENG 282: 1990s

1990


An Angel at My Table (New Zealand/Australia/UK/USA: Jane Campion, 1990: 158 mins)

Baughan, Nikki. "Where to Begin with Jane Campion." Sight and Sound (May 3, 2016)

Archangel (Canada: Guy Maddin, 1990: 90 mins)

Smalley, G. "Archangel (1990)." 366 Weird Movies (February 17, 2009)

Close Up (Iran: Abbas Kiarostami, 1990: 98 mins)

Cheshire, Godfrey. "Close Up." The Cinephilliacs #9 (December 2, 2012)

Robinson, Matty, et al. "Abbas Kiarostami: The Filmspotting Reviews." Filmspotting (July 20, 2016)

Dances With Wolves (USA/UK: Kevin Costner, 1990: 181 mins)

Sutton, Douglas Allen. "Only the Wind Will Know. (Spring 2015 ENG 102 Essay)" Dialogic Cinephilia (March 23, 2015)

Dreams (USA/Japan: Akira Kurosawa, 1990: 119 mins)

Cook, Adam. "Vincent Van Gogh In Cinema: A multilayered portrait emerges." Keyframe (May 22, 2016)

Gremlins 2: The New Batch (USA: Joe Dante, 1990: 106 mins)

Dante, Joe, et al. "Gremlins." The Projection Booth #127 (106 mins)

It (USA: ABC miniseries, 1990: 192 mins)

D., Margo and Finnius Throckmorton. "Stephen King's It." Book vs Movie (June 24, 2016)

Jacob's Ladder (USA: Adrian Lyne, 1990: 113 mins)

Eig, Jonathan. "A beautiful mind(fuck): Hollywood structures of identity." Jump Cut #46 (2003)

Kindergarten Cop (USA: Ivan Reitman, 1990: 111 mins)

Messner, Michael A. "The Masculinity of the Governator: Muscle and Compassion in American Politics." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 135-148. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

King of New York (Italy/USA/UK: Abel Ferrara, 1990: 103 mins)

Met, Philippe. "Abel Ferrara: Filming (on) the Wild Side (of New York)." Senses of Cinema (September 2013)

Maniac Cop 2 (USA: William Lustiq, 1990: 90 mins)

"Maniac Cop 2." Junk Food Cinema (June 2, 2016)

Miller's Crossing (USA: Joel Coen, 1990: 115 mins)

Beyl, Cameron. "The Coen Brothers [4.2]: The Postmodern Pictures." The Directors Series (June 14, 2016)

Orr, Christopher. "Miller's Crossing: An overdue love letter to the extraordinary meta gangster movie." The Atlantic (September 10, 2014)

Misery (USA: Rob Reiner, 1990: 107 mins)

"Misery and Self Control." Pop Culture Case Study #143 (June 2, 2016)

The Nasty Girl (West Germany: Michael Verhoeven, 1990: 92 mins)

Barker, Jennifer Lynne. The Aesthetics of Antifascist Film: Radical Projection. Routledge, 2013. [Get through interlibrary loan]

The Living Dead (BBC: Adam Curtis, 1995: three 60 minute episodes) ["The Living Dead: Three Films About the Power of the Past is a series of films that investigate the way that history and memory (both national and individual) have been manipulated and distorted by politicians and others for various means of control."]

Pump Up the Volume (Canada/USA: Allan Moyle, 1990: 102 mins)

Moyle, Allan and Rob St. Mary. "Pump Up the Volume." The Projection Booth #259 (February 23, 2016) ["Allan Moyle's Pump Up the VolumeChristian Slater stars as Hard Harry, a pirate DJ who rants about life as a high school student and the injustices of the world."]

Quick Change (USA: Howard Franklin and Bill Murray, 1990: 89 mins)

Hynes, Eric. "Quick Change." The Cinephiliacs #77 (April 10, 2016)

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead (UK/USA: Tom Stoppard, 1990: 117 mins)

Stachiw, Chris and Sean Liang. "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead." Kulturecast (July 15, 2016)

To Sleep With Anger (USA: Charles Burnett, 1990: 102 mins)

"Charles Burnett, Pt. 2." Moving Image Source (January 8, 1995) ["The pioneering African-American director Charles Burnett was a film student at UCLA when he made Killer of Sheep (1977), a powerful independent film that combines blues-inspired lyricism and neo-realism in its drama of an inner-city slaughterhouse worker and his family. Killer of Sheep, now regarded as one of the best films of its era, was part of a small group of films that became known as "The L.A. Rebellion." During a retrospective of his films at the Museum of the Moving Image, he answered questions from the audience about To Sleep with Anger, his drama starring Danny Glover as a mysterious visitor from the South who stirs up a Los Angeles family."]

Total Recall (USA: Paul Verhoeven, 1990: 113 mins)

Frezza, L.J. "Paul Verhoeven’s Mass Media: Making prescient cultural critique available to action-movie audiences." Keyframe (November 9, 2016)

Falzon, Christopher. "Philosophy Through Film." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (August 12, 2013)

Philip K. Dick." Prophets of Science Fiction #2 (Posted on YouTube March 20, 2013)

Trust (UK/USA: Hal Hartley, 1990: 107 mins)

Hal Hartley Pinewood Dialogues (January 14, 1995) ["Hal Hartley's films are marked by spare, precise visuals, a stylized approach to dialogue that allows characters to speak their innermost thoughts, and an intuitive gift for playing with the conventions of movie-making and storytelling. Playing off the contrast between cerebral characters and quotidian settings, Hartley creates comedic inquiries into the nature of belonging and the search for personal freedom. In the role of writer, director, editor and composer, Hartley exerts control over films about characters for whom control is a fragile and elusive concept. This dialogue took place at a complete retrospective early in Hartley's career."]

Hancock, James and Marcus Pinn. "The Cinema of Hal Hartley." The Wrong Reel #149 (June 16, 2016)

Vincent and Theo (France/Netherlands/UK/Germany/Italy: Robert Altman, 1990: 138 mins)

Cook, Adam. "Vincent Van Gogh In Cinema: A multilayered portrait emerges." Keyframe (May 22, 2016)

Wild at Heart (USA: David Lynch, 1990: 125 mins)

Freeman, Sara. "The Creatures: Lynchian Women and Mulholland Drive." Keyframe (October 30, 2016)

Jennings, Tom. "David Lynch, Contemporary Cinema and Social Class (2000)." libcom (March 7, 2008)


1991


A Brighter Summer Day (Taiwan: Edward Yang, 1991: 237 mins)

Hurne, Mark, Cott Nye and Aaron West. "A Brighter Summer Day." Close-Up #44 (July 19, 2016) ["Among the most praised and sought-after titles in all contemporary film, this singular masterpiece of Taiwanese cinema, directed by Edward Yang, finally comes to home video in the United States. Set in the early sixties in Taiwan, A Brighter Summer Day is based on the true story of a crime that rocked the nation. A film of both sprawling scope and tender intimacy, this novelistic, patiently observed epic centers on the gradual, inexorable fall of a young teenager (Chen Chang, in his first role) from innocence to juvenile delinquency, and is set against a simmering backdrop of restless youth, rock and roll, and political turmoil."]

Boyz n the Hood (USA: John Singleton, 1991: 112 mins)

Gonzalez, Rene. " The Race and Class Politics of Gentrification." The Sociological Cinema (January 8, 2015)

Daughters of the Dust (USA/UK: Julie Dash, 1991: 112 mins)

Adalat, Haroon. "Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust Trailer: And let Beyoncé help you remember the ground it broke." Keyframe (September 4, 2016)

Delicatessen (France: Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1991: 99 mins)

Merrick, Amy. "Living In: Delicatessen." Design Sponge (June 14, 2011)

The Devil's Daughter (Italy: Michele Soavi, 1991: 125 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "The Shrouds of Soavi: Cemetery ManThe Devil's Daughter." Acidemic (September 8, 2016)

Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (USA: Fax Bahr, Ellen Coppola and George Hickenlooper, 1991: 96 mins) 

Bahr, Fax, et al. "Apocalypse Now." The Projection Booth #274 (June 7, 2016)

The Last Boy Scout (USA: Tony Scott, 1991: 105 mins)

Cargill, C. Robert and Brian Salisbury. "The Last Boy Scout." Junk Food Cinema (May 19, 2016)

The People Under the Stairs (USA: Wes Craven, 1991: 102 mins)






Poison (USA: Todd Haynes, 1991: 85 mins)

Benyo, Crystina and Sic Ric. "Naked Lunch Radio #12 – Superstar! The Todd Haynes Story." Sound on Sight (December 8, 2008)

Hartman, Andy. "Structural/Sexual Transgression: Todd Haynes' Poison as a Critique of Homonormativity." Bright Lights Film Journal #82 (November 2013)

Prospero's Books (UK/Netherlands/France/Italy/Japan: Peter Greenaway, 1991: 124 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

The Silence of the Lambs (USA: Jonathan Demme, 1991: 118 mins)

Phillips, Kendall R. "Sex, Gender, and Sexuality: Jonathan Demme's The Silence of the Lambs." Controversial Cinema: The Films That Outraged America. Westport, CT: Preager, 2008: 19-48.[in BCTC Library PN1995,9 S284P452008}

Slacker (USA: Richard Linklater, 1991: 97 mins)

"Kevin B. Lee (Slacker)." Cinephiliacs #12 (January 27, 2013)

Lee, Kevin B. "New Year’s Irresolutions and a Cinematic Cliff: Richard Linklater’s Slacker." Keyframe (January 4, 2013)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (USA: Nicholas Meyer, 1991: 113 mins)

Green, Michael. "Glasnost in Space Revisited: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country." Bright Lights Film Journal #76 (May 2012)

Terminator 2: Judgement Day (USA/France: James Cameron, 1991: 137 mins)

Messner, Michael A. "The Masculinity of the Governator: Muscle and Compassion in American Politics." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 135-148. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Thelma and Louise (USA: Ridley Scott, 1991: 130 mins)

Falzon, Christopher. "Philosophy Through Film." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (August 12, 2013)

Until the End of the World (Germany/France/Australia/USA: Wim Wenders, 1991: 158/260 mins)

Weisenberg, Sam. "At Five Hours, Wim Wenders Until the End of the World is a Dream Odyssey." Village Voice (September 3, 2015)

Van Gogh (France: Maurice Pialat, 1991: 158 mins)

Cook, Adam. "Vincent Van Gogh In Cinema: A multilayered portrait emerges." Keyframe (May 22, 2016)


1992


A League of Their Own (USA: Penny Marshall, 1992: 128 mins)

Bonzel, Katharina. "A League of Their Own: The Impossibility of the Female Sports Hero." Screening the Past (October 2013)

Bad Lieutenant (USA: Abel Ferrara, 1992: 96 mins)

Met, Philippe. "Abel Ferrara: Filming (on) the Wild Side (of New York)." Senses of Cinema (September 2013)

Basic Instinct (France/USA: Paul Verhoeven, 1992: 127 mins)

Kuersten Erich. "CinemArchetype #6: The Intimidating Nymph." Acidemic (March 2, 2012)

Bitter Moon (France/UK/USA: Roman Polanski, 1992: 139 mins)

López, Cristina Álvarez and Adrian Martin. "Roman Polanski: Cinema of Invasion." ACMI (October 13, 2016)

Bob Roberts (USA: Tim Robbins, 1992: 102 mins)

Devens, Arik and Herb van der Poll. "Bob Roberts." Cinema Gadfly #22 (June 30, 2016)
McBride, Joseph. "Political Filmmaking and America's "Poisoned Chalice": The Banned Gore Vidal Interview." Bright Lights Film Journal #77 (August 2012)

Careful (Canada: Guy Maddin, 1992: 100 mins)

Asch, Mark. "Careful and House by the River: On Guy Maddin and Fritz Lang’s craftsmanship in the creation of fraught psychological states." Keyframe (January 4, 2013)

Klimkiw, Greg, Guy Maddin and Greg Toles. "Careful." The Projection Booth #103 (February 26, 2013)

Carlito's Way (USA: Brian De Palma, 1993: 144 mins)

Appen, Joe von and Erik McClanahan. "De Palma // Carlito's Way." Adjust Your Tracking (June 13, 2016)

Centre Stage (Hong Kong: Stanley Kwan, 1992: 126 mins)

Williams, Tony. "Centre Stage." Senses of Cinema #56 (2010)

Cool World (USA: Ralph Bakshi, 1992: 102 mins)

Davis, Adam. "Native images: the otherness and affectivity of the digital body." Jump Cut #55 (Fall 2013)

Glengarry Glen Ross (USA: James Foley, 1992: 100 mins)

Dixon, Parker, James Hancock and Nick Stevens. "Mamet and Foley’s Classic, Glengarry Glen Ross." Wrong Reel #146 (June 12, 2016)

Morton, Drew. "The American Dream in Film: As the man said, ‘America’s not a country. It’s just a business.’" Keyframe (May 30, 2016)

Howards End (UK/Japan/USA: James Ivory, 1992: 140 mins)

Koresky, Michael, Violet Lucca and Farran Smith Nehme. "Merchant Ivory and Howards End." Film Comment (July 19, 2016) ["Though associated with heritage films set in Britain’s imperial past, producer Ismail Merchant, director James Ivory, and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala have collaborated on a variety of masterfully constructed literary adaptations since the early 1960s. Perhaps the pinnacle of their collaboration is Howards End, their 1992 film based on the E. M. Forster novel about class and inheritance set in Edwardian England."]

The Long Day Closes (UK: Terence Davies, 1992: 85 mins)

Wood, Jason. "Directors of the Year: Terence Davies." International Film Guide: 2012 ed. Ian Hadyn Smith.

Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media (Canada: Mark Achbar and Peter Wintonick, 1992: 167 mins)

Chomsky, Noam. "On Education & How Manufacturing Consent Brought Attention to East Timor Massacres." Democracy Now (December 3, 2013)

Pandora's Box: A Fable From the Age of Science (United Kingdom: Adam Curtis, 1992: 276 mins)

Atkinson, Michael. "Archival Trouble: The fiction-free science fiction of Adam Curtis." Moving Image Source (February 16, 2012)

The Player (USA: Robert Altman, 1992: 124 mins)

Hurne, Mark, Doug McCambridge and Aaron West. "The Player." Criterion Close-Up #43 (July 8, 2016) ["A Hollywood studio executive with a shaky moral compass (Tim Robbins) finds himself caught up in a criminal situation that would be right at home in one of his movie projects, in this biting industry satire from Robert Altman. Mixing elements of film noir with sly insider comedy, The Player, based on a novel by Michael Tolkin, functions as both a nifty stylish murder story and a commentary on its own making, and it is stocked with a heroic supporting cast (Peter Gallagher, Whoopi Goldberg, Greta Scacchi, Dean Stockwell, Fred Ward) and a lineup of star cameos that make for an astonishing Hollywood who’s who. This complexly woven grand entertainment (which kicks off with one of American cinema’s most audacious and acclaimed opening shots) was the film that marked Altman’s triumphant commercial comeback in the early 1990s."]

Scott, A.O. "The Player." The Cinephiliacs #22 (July 14, 2013)

Resevoir Dogs (USA: Quentin Tarantino, 1992: 99 mins)

Giroux, Henry A. "Racism and the Aesthetic of Hyperreal Violence: Pulp Fiction and Other Visual Tragedies." Social Identities 1:2 (1995): 333-354.

Hellman, Monte, Jamie Jenkins and Paul Zimmerman. "Resevoir Dogs." The Projection Booth #101 (February 12, 2013)

Lee, Kevin B. "The Tarantino Death Toll: What’s behind Quentin Tarantino’s obsession with killing?" Keyframe (December 16, 2015)

Romper Stomper (Australia: Geoffrey Wright, 1992: 94 mins)

Rivas, T.J. "Cinematic Responses to Fascism." Film History and Aesthetics Wiki (A Project of Film 110: Introduction to Film History and Aesthetics at Westminster College)

Simple Men (Italy/UK/USA: Hal Hartley, 1992: 105 mins)

Hal Hartley Pinewood Dialogues (January 14, 1995) ["Hal Hartley's films are marked by spare, precise visuals, a stylized approach to dialogue that allows characters to speak their innermost thoughts, and an intuitive gift for playing with the conventions of movie-making and storytelling. Playing off the contrast between cerebral characters and quotidian settings, Hartley creates comedic inquiries into the nature of belonging and the search for personal freedom. In the role of writer, director, editor and composer, Hartley exerts control over films about characters for whom control is a fragile and elusive concept. This dialogue took place at a complete retrospective early in Hartley's career."]

Hancock, James and Marcus Pinn. "The Cinema of Hal Hartley." The Wrong Reel #149 (June 16, 2016)

The Unforgiven (USA: Clint Eastwood, 1992: 131 mins)

McGee, Patrick. From Shane to Kill Bill: Rethinking the Western. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2007.[Professor has copy]

1993

The Baby of Macon (Netherlands/France/UK/Germany: Peter Greenaway, 1992: 122 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Bad Boy Bubby (Australia/Italy: Rolf de Heer, 1993: 114 mins)

"Bad Boy Bubby (1993)." 366 Weird Movies (April 4, 2012)

Body Snatchers (USA: Abel Ferrara, 1993: 87 mins)

Jenkins, Jamie, Mark Mcgee and Mike White. "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." The Projection Booth #130 (September 3, 2013) ["From the deep reaches of space the pods arrive, ready to take over the human race, erasing our humanity and turning us into walking vegetables. We're looking at the four versions of Invasion of the Body Snatchers (and a few other films)."]

Cronos (Mexico: Guillermo del Toro, 1993: 94 mins)

Heumann, Joseph and Robin Murray. "“As beautiful as a butterfly”?: Monstrous cockroach nature and the horror film." Jump Cut #56 (Winter 2014/2015)

Groundhog Day (USA: Harold Ramis, 1993: 101 mins)

Benedict, Steven. Groundhog Day." (February 3, 2011)

Tobolowsky, Stephen.  "Groundhog Day." I Was There Too (April 15, 2015)

Jurassic Park (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1993: 127 mins)

Davis, Adam. "Native images: the otherness and affectivity of the digital body." Jump Cut #55 (Fall 2013)

King of the Hill (USA: Steven Soderbergh, 1993: 103 mins)

Soderbergh, Steven. "On King of the Hill." The Current (February 26, 2014)

Oh, Woe is Me (France/Switzerland: Jean-Luc Godard, 1993: 95 mins)

Brody, Richard. "DVD of the Week: Oh, Woe is Me." The Front Row (May 31, 2011)

Sankofa (USA/Ghana/Burkina Faso/UK/Germany: Haile Gerima, 1993: 125 mins) 

Clark, Ashley. "Alien abductions: 12 Years a Slave and the past as science fiction."  Sight and Sound (April 14, 2015)

The Secret Garden (USA: Agnieszka Holland, 1993: 101 mins)

Merrick, Amy. "Living In: The Secret Garden." Design Sponge (April 5, 2011)

Six Degrees of Separation (USA: Fred Schepisi, 1993: 112 mins)

Tolliver, Willie. "Postlude to a Kiss: Will Smith's Performances of Race and Sexuality in Fred Schepisi's Six Degrees of Separation." Bright Lights Film Journal #76 (May 2012)

Sonatine (Japan: Takeshi Kitano, 1993: 94 mins)

Fyfe, Stewart Heinz. "Impressions of Violence, Moments of Witness: Style in the Assassination Scenes of Takeshi Kitano’s Sonatine." 16:9 (February 2006)

The War Room (USA: Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker, 1993: 96 mins)

Enright, Keith and Aaron West. "The War Room and Politics in Film." Criterion Close-Up #39 (May 31, 2016) ["Aaron is joined by Keith Enright for a discussion of politics, new and old, through the lens of The War Room (1993), the behind-the scenes 1992 Clinton campaign documentary. We go into depth about the backroom politics and how those are what defines the campaign, but are usually far from the public eye. We contrast the politics of today and yesterday by looking the current affairs and Robert Drew’s Primary."]

The Wedding Banquet (Taiwan/USA: Ang Lee, 1993: 106 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. "Hope for Film: Lessons from Ang Lee’s Career." Keyframe (June 1, 2014)

Wittgenstein (Japan/UK: Derek Jarman, 1993: 75 mins)

Cashell, Kieran Anthony. "Charm and Strangeness: The Aesthetic and Epistemic Dimensions of Derek Jarman’s Wittgenstein." Film-Philosophy 16.1 (2012)

Falzon, Christopher. "Philosophy Through Film." Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (August 12, 2013)

1994

71 Fragments of a Chronology of a Chance. (Austria: Michael Haneke, 1994: 100 mins)

Dawson, Mike. "Contemporary Obscurity: The Glaciation Trilogy." Left Field Cinema (February 23, 2009)

Frey, Mattias. "Great Directors: Michael Haneke." Senses of Cinema #57 (2010)

Amateur (USA/UK/France: Hal Hartley, 1994: 105 mins)

Hal Hartley Pinewood Dialogues (January 14, 1995) ["Hal Hartley's films are marked by spare, precise visuals, a stylized approach to dialogue that allows characters to speak their innermost thoughts, and an intuitive gift for playing with the conventions of movie-making and storytelling. Playing off the contrast between cerebral characters and quotidian settings, Hartley creates comedic inquiries into the nature of belonging and the search for personal freedom. In the role of writer, director, editor and composer, Hartley exerts control over films about characters for whom control is a fragile and elusive concept. This dialogue took place at a complete retrospective early in Hartley's career."]

Hancock, James and Marcus Pinn. "The Cinema of Hal Hartley." The Wrong Reel #149 (June 16, 2016)

Anjaam (India: Rahul Rawail, 1994: 170 mins)

Erndl, Kathleen M. "Woman Becomes Goddess in Bollywood: Justice, Violence, and the Feminine in Popular Hindi Film." Journal of Religion & Film 17.2 (October 2013)

Barcelona (USA: Whit Stillman, 1994: 101 mins)

Hurne, Mark and Aaron West. "Barcelona and Whit Stillman." Criterion Close-Up #41 (June 21, 2016)

Crumb (USA: Terry Zwigoff, 1994: 119 mins)

"Terry Swigoff's Crumb." The Criterion Cast #122 (May 7, 2012)

Ed Wood (USA: Tim Burton, 1994: 127 mins)

Karazewski, Larry, et al. "Ed Wood." The Projection Booth #266 (April 13, 2016)

Mellamphy, Deborah. "The Paradox of Transvestism in Tim Burton's Ed Wood." Widescreen 1.1 (April 2009)

Exotica (Canada: Atom Egoyan, 1994: 103 mins)

Digging Deeper. "Exotica: Finding a Paradise Lost." (Posted on Youtube: November 30, 2015)

Egoyan, Atom. "Voyeurism, Memory, Obsession, and Intimacy." Moving Image Source (March 12, 1995)

Heavenly Creatures (New Zealand/Germany: Peter Jackson, 1994: 99 mins)

Frank, Alison. "Heavenly Creatures." Electric Sheep Magazine (September 13, 2011)

The Hudsucker Proxy (USA: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, 1994: 111 mins)

Beyl, Cameron. "The Coen Brothers [4.2]: The Postmodern Pictures." The Directors Series (June 14, 2016)

The Lion King (USA: Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff, 1994: 89 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #7: The Shadow." Acidemic (March 8, 2012)

Maybe, Maybe Not (Germany: Sönke Wortmann, 1994: 93 mins)

Brockmann, Stephen. "Der bewegte Mann (1994) or West German Self-Absorption." A Critical History of German Film Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2010: 436-445. [Professor has copy of the book]

Nadja (USA: Michael Amereyda, 1994: 93 mind)

Kuersten, Erich. "Druggie Vampire Women of B&W City: A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT, THE ADDICTION, NADJA." Acidemic (April 1, 2015)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

Natural Born Killers (USA: Oliver Stone, 1994: 118 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "The Primal Father (CinemArchetypes #8)." Acidemic (March 19, 2012)

Queen Margot (France/Italy/Germany: Patrice Chéreau, 1994: 144 mins)

Hudson, David. "Patrice Chereau’s QUEEN MARGOT: 'Imagine a Gallic-history encyclopedia written by Clive Barker.'" Keyframe (May 9, 2014)

Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (USA/Canada: Alan Rudolph, 1994: 125 mins)

Leigh, Jennifer Jason. "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle." Pinewood Dialogues (November 23, 1994) ["Jennifer Jason Leigh is remarkable for her chameleon-like ability to transform herself, physically and psychologically, for each of her roles. Her ability to inhabit her characters comes from an intensive process of preparation and research, and from a fearlessness that allows her to abandon her reflective personality and become another person onscreen. Leigh has consistently sought out risky, interesting roles, working for such directors as Robert Altman, David Cronenberg, and Alan Rudolph. She spoke at the Museum on the day she received rave reviews for her dazzling portrayal of Dorothy Parker in Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle."]

River of Grass (USA: Kelly Reichardt, 1994: 76 mins)

McGoff, Jessica. "A Tribute to Kelly Reichardt: On going and letting go." Keyframe (March 11, 2016)

Satantango (Hungary/Germany/Switzerland: Bela Tarr, 1994: 450 mins)

Cutler, Aaron. "Multiple Vision: Deciphering the isolated gazes in the films of Béla Tarr." Multiple Image Source (February 2012)

The Secret of Roan Inish (USA/Ireland: John Sayles, 1994: 103 mins)

Spector, Lincoln. "John Sayles: Three to See." Keyframe (May 10, 2016) 

The Shawshank Redemption (USA: Frank Darabont, 1994: 142 mins)

Hancock, James and Martin Kessler. "The King of Horror." The Wrong Reel #135 (May 16, 2016)

Sudhakaran, Sareesh. "Cinematography of Roger Deakins." Wolfcrow (February 16, 2016)

Spanking the Monkey (USA: David O. Russell, 1994: 100 mins)

Johnson, Mackenzie. "What Makes David O. Russell so David O. Russell." Film Stage (October 17, 2016)

Speed (USA: Jan de Bont, 1994: 116 mins)

Sobchack, Vivian. "What My Fingers Knew: The Cinesthetic Subject, or Vision in the Flesh." Senses of Cinema (April 2000)

Super 8 1/2 (Canada/Germany/USA: Bruce La Bruce, 1994: 99 mins)


Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)


1995

The Addiction (USA: Abel Ferrara, 1995: 82 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "Druggie Vampire Women of B&W City: A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT, THE ADDICTION, NADJA." Acidemic (April 1, 2015)

Met, Philippe. "Abel Ferrara: Filming (on) the Wild Side (of New York)." Senses of Cinema (September 2013)

Babe (Australia/USA: Chris Noonan, 1995: 91 mins)

Guerard, Emma, et al. "Babe: That'll Do Comrade, That'll Do." Flixwise #24 (July 19, 2016)

Bert: The Last Virgin (Sweden: Tomas Alfredson, 1995: 100 mins)

Rehlin, Gunnar. "Directors of the Year: Tomas Alfredson." International Film Guide: 2012. 48th Edition. [BCTC Library: PN 1993.3 I544 2012]

Casino (USA/France: Martin Scorsese, 1995: 178 mins)




---. "'Look. I Know You're Not Following What I'm Saying Anyway.': The Problem of the 'Video Essay' and Scorsese as Cinematic Essayist." [in]Transition (December 12, 2014)

The Celluloid Closet (France/UK/USA/Germany: Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman, 1995: 102 mins)

Hudson, David. "Sex in the Movies." Green Cine (2005)

Fallen Angels (Hong Kong: Wong Kar Wai, 1995: 96 mins)

Fujishima, Kenji and Peter Labuza. "Fallen Angels." The Cinephiliacs #3 (August 12, 2012)

How to Make an American Quilt (USA: Jocelyn Moorhouse, 1995: 109 mins)

Haggard, Tiffany. "How to Make an American Quilt." Dialogic Cinephilia (November 5, 2013)

Kids (USA: Larry Clark, 1995: 91 mins)

Martin, Adrian. "A Larry Clark Portrait." 16:9 (September 2005)

Land and Freedom (UK/Spain/Germany/Italy: Ken Loach, 1995: 109 mins)



The Living Dead: Three Films About the Power of the Past (United Kingdom: Adam Curtis, 1995: 124 mins)

Atkinson, Michael. "Archival Trouble: The fiction-free science fiction of Adam Curtis." Moving Image Source (February 16, 2012)

Nixon (USA: Oliver Stone, 1995: 192 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. and Matt Zoller Steitz. "Arsenic and Apple Pie: Patriotism and Propaganda in Born on the Fourth of July [Oliver Stone, Part 1]." Moving Image Source (October 14, 2008)

---. "Unreliable Narratives: JFK and the Power of Counter-Myth. [Oliver Stone, Part 2]." Moving Image Source (October 15, 2008)

---. "Fear and Self-Loathing: Nixon and the Unmaking of a President [Oliver Stone, Part 3]." Moving Image Source (October 16, 2008)

---. "Empire of the Son: War and civilization in Alexander, and an epilogue on W [Oliver Stone, Part 4]." Moving Image Source (October 17, 2008)

The Quick and the Dead (USA/Japan: Sam Raimi, 1995: 107 mins)

McGee, Patrick. From Shane to Kill Bill: Rethinking the Western. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2007.[Professor has copy]

Salaam Cinema (Iran: Mohsen Makhmalbaf, 1995: 75 mins)

Hassannia, Tina and Amir Soltani. "From Puppet Shows to Makhmalbaf."  Hello Cinema (March 24, 2014)

To Die For (USA/UK/Canada: Gus van Sant, 1995: 104 mins)


Landekic, Lola. "Pablo Ferro: A Career Retrospective, Part 2." Art of the Title (April 15, 2014)

Twelve Monkeys (USA: Terry Gilliam, 1995: 129 mins)

Gilliam, Terry. "Brazil and Twelve Monkeys." Moving Image Source (January 6, 1996)


1996:


A Summer's Tale (France: Eric Rohmer, 1996: 113 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. "Rohmer’s Guessing Gazes." Keyframe (March 8, 2015) ["Or: why Rohmer’s films get only better with repeat viewings, like playing back the memory of a strange encounter, wondering how it might have gone differently."]

Martin, Adrian. "A Summer's Tale: Some Kind of Liar." Keyframe (February 23, 2015)

Breaking the Waves (Denmark/Sweden/France/Netherlands/Norway/Iceland/Spain: Lars von Trier, 1996: 159 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #5: The Human Sacrifice." Acidemic (February 28, 2012)

Watson, Emily. "On Her Big Breaking Break." Current (April 9, 2014)

Brigands: Chapter VII (Georgia/France/Russia/Italy/Switzerland: Otar Iosseliani, 1996: 129 mins)

Rosenbaum, Jonathan. "Desperate Measures [OUT OF SIGHT & THE BRIGANDS: CHAPTER VII]." Chicago Reader (July 3, 1998)

Citizen Ruth (USA: Alexander Payne, 1996: 106 mins)

Brill, Lesley. "Revisiting Citizen Ruth." Film International (May 14, 2011)

Conspirators of Pleasure (Czech Republic/USA/Switzerland: Jan Švankmajer, 1996: 85 mins)

LeSuer, Mike. "Spike Jonze vs. the Conspiring Escapist: On Her, Robert Coover’s Universal Baseball Association, and Jan Švankmajer’s Conspirators of Pleasure." Bright Lights Film Journal (January 16, 2015)

Crash (Canada/United Kingdom: David Cronenberg, 1996: 100 mins)

Bale, Miriam. "They Came From Within: Yonic symbolism in the films of David Cronenberg." Moving Image (January 20, 2012)

Land, Joshua. "Migrating Forms: David Cronenberg and the challenge of the impossible adaptation." Moving Image Source (February 3, 2012)

Fear (USA: James Foley, 1996: 97 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "CinemArchetype #3: The Animus." Acidemic (February 1, 2012)

Fire (Canada/Fire: Deepa Mehta, 1996: 104 mins)

Burton, David F. "Fire, Water and The Goddess: The Films of Deepa Mehta and Satyajit Ray as Critiques of Hindu Patriarchy" The Journal of Religion & Film 17.2 (October 2013)

Irma Vep (France: Olivier Assayas, 1996: 99 mins)

Fidler, John. "Irma Vep." Senses of Cinema #56 (2010)

Flirting With Disaster (USA: David O. Russell, 1996: 92 mins)


Johnson, Mackenzie. "What Makes David O. Russell so David O. Russell." Film Stage (October 17, 2016)

I Shot Andy Warhol (UK/USA: Mary Harron, 1996: 103 mins)

Gross, Anisse. "Mary Harron [SCREENWRITER, DIRECTOR]." Believer (March/April 2014)

Kapica, Stephen S. "The multivalent feminism of The Notorious Bettie Page." #55 (Fall 2013)

Jerry Maguire (USA: Cameron Crowe, 1996: 139 mins)

"Jerry Maguire." The Canon #4 (November 24, 2014)

La Promesse (Belgium/France/Luxembourg/Tunisia: Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne, 1996: 94 mins)

Hughes, Darren. "#20: LaPromesse." Arts and Faith Top 100 Films (2011)

Sterritt, David. "The Promise World Cinema Directory (2013)

Lone Star (USA: John Sayles, 1996: 135 mins)

Spector, Lincoln. "John Sayles: Three to See." Keyframe (May 10, 2016) 

Nenette and Boni (France: Claire Denis, 1996: 103 mins)

Connolly, Matt. "Living in the Moment: Nénette et Boni." Reverse Shot #29 (2009)

The Pillow Book (Netherlands/UK/France/Luxembourg: Peter Greenaway, 1996: 126 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Prisoner of the Mountains (Russia/Kazakhstan: Sergey Bodrov, 1996: 99 mins)

Springer, Claudia. :Taken by Muslims: Captivity Narratives in The Lives of a Bengal Lancer and Prisoner of the Mountains." Jump Cut #53 (Summer 2011)

Red Hollywood (USA: Thom Anderson and Noël Burch, 1996: 118 mins)

Kizirian, Shari. "The Radical Left’s Hollywood Heyday: Airing out the films and ideas stifled by the Blacklist in Red Hollywood." Keyframe (May 1, 2016)

Schizopolis (USA: Steven Soderbergh, 1996: 96 mins)

Tobias, Scott. "The New Cult Canon - Schizopolis The A.V. Club (June 16, 2011)

Scream (USA: Wes Craven, 1996: 103 mins)

Dawson, Mike. "Analysis: Is Scream a Parody, Pastiche, or Post Modern Thriller?" Left Field Cinema (February 27, 2009)

When We Were Kings (USA: Leon Gast, 1996: 88 mins)


Hancock, James and Jacob Rivera. "The Sweet Science in Cinema." The Wrong Reel #129 (April 2016)


1997


Affliction (USA: Paul Schrader, 1997: 114 mins)

Hamilton, John R. "Paul Schrader." Senses of Cinema #56 (2010)

Alien: Resurrection (USA: Jean-Pierre Jeunet, 1997: 109 mins)

Subissati, Andrea and Alexandra West. "Alienation, Part 2: Alien 3 (1992) and Alien: Resurrection (1997)." Faculty of Horror (June 21, 2016)

Amistad (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1997: 155 mins)

Benedict, Steven. "The Techniques and Themes of Steven Spielberg." Vimeo (August 8, 2012)

Guerrero, Ed. "The Spectacle of Black Violence as Cinema." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 89-103. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Kellner, Douglas. "The horrors of slavery and modes of representation in Amistad and 12 Years a Slave." Jump Cut #56 (Winter 2014/2015)

As Good As It Gets (USA: James L. Brooks, 1997: 139 mins)

Erickson, Karla A. "Service, Smiles, and Selves: Film Representations of Labor and the Sociology of Work." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 180-193. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

The Big One (USA/UK: Michael Moore, 1997: 97 mins)

Watson, Garry. "Michael Moore: A Man on a Mission or How Far a Reinvigorated Populism Can Take Us." Cineaction #70 (2006)

Breakdown (USA: Jonathan Mostow, 1997: 93 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. "Keith Uhlich’s Cinema Breakdown (Video)." Keyframe (July 10, 2013) ["If Uhlich’s sensibilities are startling, they are also immensely sincere: A close look at Jonathan Mostow’s BREAKDOWN and other cinematic traumas."]

Chasing Amy (USA: Kevin Smith, 1997: 113 mins)

Lucal, Betsy and Andrea Miller. "Working the Boundaries: Bisexuality and Transgender on Film." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 162-174. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Chile, The Obstinate Memory (Canada/France: Patricio Guzmán, 1997: 59 mins)

McNeil, Jeremiah, Brian Risselada and Tom Sutpen. "Patricio Guzmán's Battle (1975-1997)." Illusion Travels by Streetcar (January 14, 2016)

Contact (USA: Robert Zemeckis, 1997: 150 mins)

Koski, Genevieve, et al. "Contact / Arrival. Pt. 1." The Next Picture Show (November 29, 2016) ["This week, we look to the skies to consider two films about the difficulty of communication between worlds, and the inward journeys involved in looking to the stars. Inspired by Denis Villeneuve’s new ARRIVAL, we begin with an in-depth discussion of an earlier film with which it shares many thematic and narrative elements: Robert Zemeckis' 1997 Carl Sagan adaptation CONTACT. We consider the film’s ambition, dissect its blockbuster qualities, and try to determine what makes this unwieldy, emotional movie work so well, almost despite itself. (Spoiler: It’s mostly Jodie Foster.)"]

---. "Contact / Arrival, Pt. 2." The Next Picture Show (December 1, 2016) ["Our conversation about movies about talking to aliens moves to the present with Denis Villeneuve’s new ARRIVAL, which hits many of the same narrative points as CONTACT, but points them in a different emotional direction. We talk about our reactions to the newer film, and how its ideas about science, communication, and emotion compare with CONTACT’s."]

Cube (Canada: Vincenzo Natali, 1997: 90 mins)

Eig, Jonathan. "A Beautiful Mind(fuck) -- Hollywood Structures of Identity." Jump Cut #46 (2003)

Cure (Japan: Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 1997: 111 mins)

Kalat, David. "Kiyoshi Kurosawa is the Cure." Movie Morlocks (March 24, 2012)


Deconstructing Harry (USA: Woody Allen, 1997: 96 mins)

D'anna, Becky, James Hancock and Jacob Rivera. "Woody." Wrong Reel #205 (November 2016) ["Wide ranging discussion of his comedies prefaced by some clear analysis of his personal controversies"]

The Game (USA: David Fincher, 1997: 129 mins)

Szhou, Tony. "David Fincher - And the Other Way is Wrong." Every Frame a Painting (October 1, 2014)

Good Will Hunting
(USA: Gus van Sant, 1997: 126 mins)

D'Angelo, Mike. "Scenic Routes: Good Will Hunting." A.V. Club (August 24, 2009)

Dowd, James J. "Understanding Social Mobility Through the Movies." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 60-69. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Gummo (USA: Harmony Korine, 1997: 89 mins)

Cooper, Julia. "Radical Intimacies: Harmony Korine’s Gummo and Spring Breakers." cléo 1.1 (April 1, 2013)

Wilson, David. "Gummo." The Cinephiliacs #76 (March 27, 2016)
Happy Together (Hong Kong/Japan/South Korea: Wong Kar Wai, 1997: 96 mins)

Guo, Caroline. ""We lost our way": The time and space of alienation in Wong Kar-wai’s Happy Together." Jump Cut #55 (Fall 2013)

Henry Fool (USA: Hal Hartley, 1997: 137 mins)

Hancock, James and Marcus Pinn. "The Cinema of Hal Hartley." The Wrong Reel #149 (June 16, 2016)

Jackie Brown (USA: Quentin Tarantino, 1997: 154 mins)

Lee, Kevin B. "The Tarantino Death Toll: What’s behind Quentin Tarantino’s obsession with killing?" Keyframe (December 16, 2015)

L.A. Confidential (USA: Curtis Hanson, 1997: 138 mins)

"L.A. Confidential/The Nice Guys (Part 1)." The Next Picture Show #29 (May 31, 2016)

Leila (Iran: Dariush Mehrjui, 1997: 102 mins)

Hassania, Tina, Calum Marsh and Amir Soltani. "Reception of Iranian Cinema, with a Focus on Leila." Hello Cinema (April 24, 2014)

Men With Guns (USA: John Sayles, 1997: 127 mins)

Spector, Lincoln. "John Sayles: Three to See." Keyframe (May 10, 2016) 

Mimic (USA: Guillermo del Toro, 1997: 105 mins)

Heumann, Joseph and Robin Murray. "“As beautiful as a butterfly”?: Monstrous cockroach nature and the horror film." Jump Cut #56 (Winter 2014/2015)

My Best Friend's Wedding (USA: P.J. Hogan, 1997: 105 mins)

Landekic, Lola. "My Best Friend's Wedding (1997)." The Art of the Title (August 16, 2016)

Open Your Eyes (Spain/France, Italy: Alejandro Amenábar, 1997: 117 mins)

Mooney, James. "Epistemology: Dreams and Demons -- Abre los ojos (Open your eyes)." Film and Philosophy (September 9, 2011)

Ossos (Portugal/France/Denmark: Pedro Costa, 1997: 94 mins)

McNeil, Jeremiah, et al. "Pedro Costa in Fontainhas (1997-2014)." Illusion Travels by Streetcar #93 (February 25, 2016)

The River (Taiwan: Tsai Ming-liang, 1997: 115 mins)

Brailsford, Zachary Phillip, et al. "Tsai Ming-liang." Syndromes and a Cinema (August 28, 2011)

Rosewood (USA: John Singleton, 1997: 140 mins)

Guerrero, Ed. "The Spectacle of Black Violence as Cinema." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 89-103. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Rossini (Germany: Helmut Dietl, 1997: 114 mins)

Brockmann, Stephen. "Rossini (1997) or West German Self-Absorption Criticized." A Critical History of German Film Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2010: 446-455. [Professor has copy of the book]

Taste of Cherry (Iran/France: Abbas Kiarostami, 1997: 95 mins)

Robinson, Matty, et al. "Abbas Kiarostami: The Filmspotting Reviews." Filmspotting (July 20, 2016)

Wag the Dog (USA: Barry Levinson, 1997: 97 mins)

Kuersten, Erich. "Quilty Makes This World: 12 Tricksters (CinemArchetype #1)." Acidemic (January 23, 2012)


1998


After Life (Japan: Hirokazu Koreeda, 1998: 118 mins)

Kogonada. "The world according to Koreeda: How Japan’s modern master revives our taste for everyday life." Sight and Sound (January 9, 2014)

American History X (USA: Tony Kaye, 1998: 119 mins)

Rivas, T.J. "Cinematic Responses to Fascism." Film History and Aesthetics Wiki (A Project of Film 110: Introduction to Film History and Aesthetics at Westminster College)

Armaggedon (USA: Michael Bay, 1998: 151 mins)

Blakeslee, David, Ryan Gallagher and James McCormick. "Michael Bay's Armaggedon." Criterion Cast #172 (June 4, 2016)

The Brandon Teena Story (USA: Susan Muska and Gréta Olafsdóttir, 1998: 89 mins)

Fairyington, Stephanie. "Two Decades After Brandon Teena's Murder, a Look Back at Falls City: Eager to come to terms with his department's tragic mishandling of the rape that led to the murder on New Year's Eve in 1993, a small-town sheriff welcomes LGBT-sensitivity training." The Atlantic (December 31, 2013)

Dark City (Australia/USA: Alex Proyas, 1998: 100 mins)

Tafoya, Scout. "The Post-Punk Cinema Manifesto." Keyframe (September 10, 2015)

Eternity and a Day (Greece/France/Germany/Italy: Theodoros Angelopoulos, 1998: 137 mins)

Horton, Andrew. "The Greek and Balkan Spirit of Comedy During the Journeys with the Films of Theo Angelopoulos." Greek Cinema and Films About Greece (2012)

Ever After: A Cinderella Story (USA: Andy Tennant, 1998: 121 mins)

Coffin, Lesley. "Despite Its Flaws, Ever After Holds Up As A Magical Cinderella Story." The Mary Sue (March 16, 2015)

He Got Game (USA: Spike Lee, 1998: 136 mins)

Swinney, Jacob T. "12 Essential Women Cinematographers." Keyframe (August 10, 2016)

The Hole (Taiwan/France: Tsai Ming-liang, 1998: 95 mins)

Brailsford, Zachary Phillip, et al. "Tsai Ming-liang." Syndromes and a Cinema (August 28, 2011)

I Stand Alone (France: Gaspar Noé, 1998: 93 mins)

Morgan, Kim. "You Have 30 Seconds to Leave the Theater" - Gaspar Noe's I Stand Alone." International Film Studies #6 (2010)

The Last Days of Disco (USA: Whit Stillman, 1998: 113 mins)

Smith, Justine, et al. "Spotlight + Interview – Director Whit Stillman (‘Damsels In Distress,’ ‘The Last Days of Disco’)." Sound on Sight #319 (May 3, 2012)

Megacities (Austria/Switzerland: Michael Glawogger, 1998: 90 mins)

Möller, Olaf. "The World Viewed, Part 1: The globe-spanning, category-defying works of Michael Glawogger." Moving Image Source (April 17, 2012)

---. "The World Viewed, Part 2: The globe-spanning, category-defying works of Michael Glawogger." Moving Image Source (April 18, 2012)

Psycho (USA: Gus van Sant, 1998: 105 mins)

Soderbergh, Steven. "Psychos." Extension 765 (Mashup of the two version of Psycho: February 24, 2014)

Run Lola Run (Germany: Tom Tykwer, 1998: 80 mins)

Pi (USA: Darren Aronofsky, 1998: 84 mins)





Brockmann, Stephen. "Lola rennt (1998) or Cool Germania." A Critical History of German Film Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2010: 456-467. [Professor has copy of the book]

Saving Private Ryan (USA: Steven Spielberg, 1998: 169 mins)

Benedict, Steven. "The Techniques and Themes of Steven Spielberg." Vimeo (August 8, 2012)

Laity, Adam. "The Role of Landscape, Nature and Environment in War Films." (Posted on Vimeo: 2012)

Secret Défense (France: Jacques Rivette, 1998: 170 mins)

Klevan, Andrew. "Expressing the In-Between." Senses of Cinema #1 (2011)

Rapfogel, Jared. Secret Défense Senses of Cinema #10 (2000)

The Truman Show (USA: Peter Weir, 1998: 103 mins)

Zizek, Slavoj. "The Matrix, or Two Sides of Perversion." The European Graduate School (Originally published in Philosophy Today #43 1999)

Whispering Corridors (South Korea: Ki-hyeong Park, 1998: 105 mins)

Choi, Jinchee. "A Cinema of Girlhood: Sonyeo Sensibility and the Decorative: Impulse in the Korean Horror Cinema." Horror to the Extreme: Changing Boundaries in Asian Cinema. ed. Jinhee Choi & Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano. Hong Kong University, 2009: 39-56.

1999

8 1/2 Women (UK/Netherlands/Luxembourg/Germany: Peter Greenaway, 1999: 118 mins)

Liz, Luiza. "Peter Greenaway and the Language of Film." (Posted on Youtube: July 25, 2016)

Being John Malkovich (USA: Spike Jonze, 1999: 112 mins)

Galibert-Laîné, Chloé. "The Human, the Machine and Spike Jonze." Keyframe (July 11, 2015) ["Tracking the evolution of technology and humankind in Spike Jonze films."]

Three Reasons: Being John Malkovich Current (April 25, 2012)

Boys Don't Cry (USA: Kimberly Pierce, 1999: 118 mins)

Fairyington, Stephanie. "Two Decades After Brandon Teena's Murder, a Look Back at Falls City: Eager to come to terms with his department's tragic mishandling of the rape that led to the murder on New Year's Eve in 1993, a small-town sheriff welcomes LGBT-sensitivity training." The Atlantic (December 31, 2013)

East is East (UK: Damien O'Donnell, 1999: 96 mins)





Existenz (Canada/United Kingdom: David Cronenberg, 1999: 97 mins)

Bale, Miriam. "They Came From Within: Yonic symbolism in the films of David Cronenberg." Moving Image (January 20, 2012)

"Explore the Making of ‘Cosmopolis,’ ‘Naked Lunch,’ ‘Spider,’ ‘Eastern Promises,’ and More." The Film Stage (January 13, 2016)

Lattimer, James. "Evolving Mantras and Restricted Vocabularies." The Notebook (February 23, 2015)

Futurama (Comedy Central: David X. Cohen and Matt Groening, 1999 - 2013)

Cohen, David X. "FUTURAMA’S RESIDENT PHYSICS NERD ON MATH JOKES AND RICHARD NIXON." The Geek's Guide to the Galaxy (September 27, 2014)

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (France/Germany/USA/Japan: Jim Jarmusch, 1999: 116 mins)

Cheney, Matthew. "Dead Men and Ghosts, Limited." (Posted on Vimeo: 2014)

Curley, Melissa Anne-Marie. "Dead Men Don’t Lie: Sacred Texts in Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man and Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai." Journal Of Religion & Film 12.2 (October 2008)

Human Resources (France/United Kingdom: Laurent Cantet, 1999: 100 mins)

Livingston, Jessica. "Global capital’s false choices in the films of Laurent Cantet." Jump Cut #53 (Summer 2012)

The Hurricane (USA: Norman Jewison, 1999: 146 mins)

Zirin, Dave. "On the Death and Life's Work of the Unconquerable Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter." TruthOut (April 22, 2014)

Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. (UK/USA: Errol Morris, 1999: 91 mins)

Palmer, Landon. "6 Filmmaking Tips From Errol Morris." Film School Rejects (September 25, 2013)

Nowhere to Hide (South Korea: Lee Myung-Se, 1999: 112 mins)

D'Angelo, Mike. "Nowhere to Hide." A.V. Club (July 27, 2009)

Office Space (USA: Mike Judge, 1999: 89 mins)

Erickson, Karla A. "Service, Smiles, and Selves: Film Representations of Labor and the Sociology of Work." Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Los Angeles, CA: Sage, 2013: 180-193. [In BCTC Library PN1995.9 S6 C543 2013]

Ratcatcher (UK/France: Lynne Ramsey, 1999: 94 mins)

López, Cristina Álvarez. "Ratcatcher: Tell Me Where It Hurts." Keyframe (April 7, 2015)

Romance (France: Catherine Breillat, 1999: 84 mins)

Hudson, David. "Sex in the Movies." Green Cine (2005)

The Sixth Sense (USA: M. Night Shyamalan, 1999: 107 mins)

Eig, Jonathan. "A beautiful mind(fuck): Hollywood structures of identity." Jump Cut #46 (2003)

The Sopranos (USA: David Chase, TV Series 1999-2007)

Gamman, Lorraine. "If Looks Could Kill: On gangster suits and silhouettes." Moving Image Source (May 8, 2012)

Sakharov, Alik. "The Sopranos - Pt. 1." and "The Sopranos - Pt. 2." American Cinematographer (No Date)

Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (USA: George Lucas, 1999: 136 mins)

Pride, Ray. "Review Flashback: Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace." New City Film (December 14, 2015)

Summer of Sam (USA: Spike Lee, 1999: 142 mins)

Flory, Dan. "The Epistemology of Race and Black American Film Noir: Summer of Sam as Lynching Parable." Film and Knowledge ed. Kevin L. Stoehr. Mcfarland, 2002: 174-190.

Three Kings (USA/Australia: David O. Russell, 1999: 114 mins)

Johnson, Mackenzie. "What Makes David O. Russell so David O. Russell." Film Stage (October 17, 2016)

Kitaeff, Lila. "Three Kings: neocolonial Arab representation." Jump Cut #46 (2003)

The Virgin Suicides (USA: Sofia Coppola, 1999: 97 mins)


Gemmill, Allie. "Sofia Coppola and Female Coming of Age: These young women share an experience of inner life, and of parsing the culture that seeks to define them." Keyframe (May 24, 2016)



Loneliness of Sofia Coppola from movement_of_time on Vimeo.



The Woman Chaser (USA: Robinson Devor, 1999: 90 mins)

"The Woman Chaser." The Projection Booth #38 (November 23, 2011)

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