Canada's best features : critical essays on 15 Canadian films /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Walz, Eugene P.
Format: Book
Published: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2002.
Series:Cross/cultures ; 56.
Table of Contents:
  • Canadian narrative cinema from the margins : 'The nation' and masculinity in Goin' down the road / Christine Ramsay
  • Double vision : Mon oncle Antoine and the cinema of fable / Jim Leach
  • The apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz or, the anxiety of influence / Tom McSorley
  • Michel Brault's Les ordres : documenting the reality of experience and the fiction of history / André Loiselle
  • Canadian gothic and Les bons débarras : the night side of the soul / Peter Morris
  • The Grey Fox afoot in a modern world / Blaine Allan
  • "Forget Baudrillard" : the horrors of 'pleasure' and the pleasures of 'horror' in David Cronenberg's Videodrome / Suzie Sau-Fong Young
  • The decline of frivolity and Denys Arcand's American empire / Bart Testa
  • "Gender is irrelevant" : I've heard the mermaids singing as women's cinema / Brenda Austin-Smith
  • Pictures of age and ageing in Cynthia Scott's The company of strangers / Angela Stukator
  • Home is not the place one has left : or, Masala as 'a multi-cultural culinary treat'? / Thomas Waugh
  • Drowing for love : Jean-Claude Lauzon's Léolo / George Toles
  • Reinhabiting lost languages : Guy Maddin's Careful / Will Straw
  • Role playing and the white male imaginary in Atom Egoyan's Exotica / Catherine Russell
  • Reconstructing the past : memory's enchantment in The red violin / Eluned Jones
  • Canadian film : a select annotated bibliography / John Scholes with Gordon Collier and Gene Walz.