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Volume 8, Number 3, 1 July 2010

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Editorial Issue 45
pp. 4-6(3)
Author: Lindvall, Daniel

Spartacus: A Hero Turns 50
pp. 7-13(7)
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A Bandit Apart
pp. 14-20(7)
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Osama is Great, Rambo the Third is His Prophet
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Author: The Celluloid Liberation FrontCelluloid Liberation Front is a multi-use(r) name, an open reputation informally adopted and shared by a desiring multitude of insurgent cinephiles, transmedial terrorists, aesthetic dynamiters and random deviants. For reasons that remain unknown,the name was borrowed from a collective of anti-imperialist blind film-makers from the Cayman Islands whose films have rarely been unseen. The CLF blog can be found at: http://www.celluloidliberationfront.blogspot.com/.

DVD Reviews
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Book Reviews
pp. 72-79(8)
Authors: Bose, Nandana; Wong, Nicholas Y.B; Sternagel, Joerg; Devers, Deirdre

Film Reviews
pp. 80-81(2)
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Interviews
pp. 82-90(9)
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Around the Circuit: Tribeca Film Festival, 22 April2 May 2010
pp. 92-96(5)
Authors: Kramer, Gary M; Miller, Michael

Film Happenings
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