7.1 Double Issue: High, Low and Everything in Between & Les Aventuriers de l’art moderne

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High, Low and Everything in Between: The Birth and Death of Labels in Film Studies

1. Isabelle Lefebvre, Philippe Bédard — Introduction

2. Chelsey Crawford — Forging an Artifact through Artifice: Manufacturing History in the Digital Age

3. Sasha Crawford-Holland — Humanitarian VR Documentary and its Cinematic Myths

4. Kristi Kouchakji — There’s No Such Thing As Bad Publicity: Using Stunts to Sell Genocide Film

5. Sylvain Lavallée — Devenir Tom Cruise, de l’argentique au numérique (Français)

6. Jordan Adler — Extreme Cinema: The Transgressive Rhetoric of Today’s Art Film Culture by Mattias Frey (book review)

7. David Leblanc — Reassembling the Ruined Archive: A Ludology of Her Story as Archival Practice

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6.1 Institutionalizing Moving Image Archival Training

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The aim of this special issue is to develop a better understanding of the social, political, and cultural forces that have shaped and defined archival training in the past and present and nourish continued critical reflection. More than the institutionalization of established “best practices,” archival training’s different departmental homes within the humanities, social sciences, and sciences indicate differences in ontological and epistemological conceptualization of moving images and their role in culture. Interventions in the field of archival studies provide answers to these questions by offering insights into the multifarious turns and directions that the field has taken in the past few decades, and where it may go in the future.

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