Introduction I. Frames 1. Three Canadian Film Policy Frameworks Ira Wagman 2. Canadian Cinema and the Intellectual Milieu Richard Cavell 3. On the Road: Canadian Cinema and the World Joumane Chahine 4. Landscape as Cinematic Effect Johanne Sloan 5. Movie Envy: Cinema in the White Cube (Montreal, 1995-2015) Olivier Asselin II. Cultures 6. (Re)Claiming Cultural Identity: The NFB's Eskimo Legends and Inuit Animation from Cape Dorset Suzanne Buchan 7. Canadian Indigenous Cinema: From Alanis Obomsawin to the Wapikoni Mobile Karine Bertrand 8. The Polarities and Hybridities of Arctic Cinemas Scott MacKenzie and Anna Westerstahl Stenport 9. Diasporic Intimacy: Chinese-Canadian Documentary and the Poetics of Relation Lily Cho 10. Canadian Cinema and its Borders Graciela Martinez-Zalce III. Cities/Places 11. Regional Scenes and Canadian Screens: Film in Atlantic Canada Darrell Varga 12. A Poetics of Discretion Marion Froger 13. The Emotional Geographies of Quebec Cinema Daniel Laforest 14. Toronto on Screen Ian Robinson IV. Sensibilities 15. Quebec Cinema as Global Cinema William Marshall 16. Stand Tall: Winnipeg Cinema and the Civic Imaginary Andrew Burke 17. Still Here, Still Queer? Rethinking Queer Canadian Cinemas/Canadian Cinemas Queered Thomas Waugh and Fulvia Massimi with Lisa Aalders 18. Political Modernism, Policy Environments and Digital Daring: The Changing Politics and Practice of Cine-Feminism in Quebec, 1967-2015 Brenda Longfellow 19. From Expanded to Intimate Cinemas in Canadian Experimental Film/Video Monika Kin Gagnon V. Forms and Genres 20. The Bloody Brood: Canadian Horror Cinema-Past and Present Scott Preston 21. Popular Quebec Cinema and the Appeal of Folk Homogeneity Andre Loiselle 22. The Musicality of Canadian Cinema Michael Brendan Baker 23. The World Navigate: Interactive Documentaries in Canada Jessica Mulvogue 24. The Gaming Turn Bruno Lessard
Janine Marchessault is Professor of Cinema and Media at York University. She is the author of Ecstatic Worlds: Media, Utopias and Ecologies (2017); Cosmic Media: Marshall McLuhan (2005); and (co)editor of numerous collections including 3D Cinema and Beyond (w/ D. Adler et al 2013); Reimagining Cinema: Film at Expo 67 (w/ M. Gagnon 2014); and Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban (w/ M. Darroch 2014). Will Straw is James McGill Professor of Urban Media Studies in the Department of Art History and Communications Studies at McGill University in Montreal. He is the author of Cyanide and Sin: Visualizing Crime in 1950s America (2006) and an editor or co-editor of over 20 volumes of scholarship, including the Cambridge Companion of Rock and Pop, Circulation and the City, Formes urbaines, Intersections of Media and Communications: Concepts and Critical Frameworks and Accounting for Culture: Thinking through Cultural Citizenship.