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Cinematic realism and independent filmmaking in China
by Yang, Mei, Ph.D.  University of Oregon. 2011: 327 pages; 3466392.
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From the heart of Brahma: Preserving, innovating and queering Cambodian classical dance
by Douglas, Robert F., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 76 pages; 1601309.
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Screening the Past: Historiography of Contemporary South Korean Cinema, 1998–2008
by Chae, Young Eun, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2011: 244 pages; 3477530.
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Adapted Bodies, Adapted Texts: Queer Survival via Early Modern Drama
by Navarro, Kristen, Ph.D.  Vanderbilt University. 2017: 161 pages; 13835162.
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Blood runs: The circulation of Argentine horror cinema in Argentina and the United States
by Risner, Jonathan, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2012: 236 pages; 3512819.
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The camouflaged political concerns in William Kentridge's landmark film “Journey to the Moon”
by Garza, Michael Quinn, M.A.  The University of Texas at San Antonio. 2011: 87 pages; 1492081.
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Violence
by Addison, Brian J., M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 19 pages; 1486394.
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Infestation, Transformation, and Liberation: Locating Queerness in the Monsters of 'Body Horror'
by AlFares, Fawwaz A., M.A.  The George Washington University. 2016: 88 pages; 10123807.
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Translating Conflict: The Role of Cinema in Understanding Algeria's Violent History
by Gill, Bonnie S., M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2011: 92 pages; 10305695.
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The Witch, the Blonde, and the Cultural "Other": Applying Cluster Criticism to Grimm and Disney Princess Stories
by Garza, Valerie F., M.A.  The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. 2018: 177 pages; 10827734.
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Filmic discourses and historical consequences of political apathy: Konrad Wolf's “Ich war neunzehn”
by Chaffey, Daniel Lee, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2010: 88 pages; 1493001.
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A Whedon Manifesto: Superhumans, Inhumans, and Humans in the Posthuman Century
by Pearson, Megan St. Clair, M.A.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2014: 83 pages; 1560922.
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Revolutionary Mexico: Women and the Emergence of Popular Politics
by Guzman Lopez Aguado, Nalei Adriana, Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine. 2014: 233 pages; 3606975.
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The Normative Bubble: The Framing of Discourses of Homosexuality in Israeli Cinema
by Chmielewski, Carolyn, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2012: 76 pages; 10305737.
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Development of "Mexica", a historical fiction screenplay about the conquest of Mexico
by Ratzer, Jane Alexander, M.A.  University of Colorado at Denver. 2015: 69 pages; 1588206.
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Universo sicario: Espacios traumáticos y asesinos a sueldo. Una aproximación comparativa
by Baquero-Pecino, Alvaro, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2010: 247 pages; 3412594.
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Global Moments: Spectatorship, Violence and the Urban in Contemporary Fiction
by Martinsen, Eric Lars, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2010: 210 pages; 3428001.
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Sustaining feminist film cultures: An institutional history of Women Make Movies
by Fallica, Kristen M., Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2013: 302 pages; 3577178.
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Personal values of protagonists in best pictures and blockbusters 1996–2005
by Beckwith, Douglas Charles, Ph.D.  Saybrook University. 2007: 237 pages; 3418940.
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When Juliet Smiles
by Loughrey, Patricia, M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2011: 18 pages; 1499178.
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