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Diamond in the swamps? The contact zones of slavery, migration, exile and bent boundaries Contact Zones: Memory, Origin, and Discourses in Black Diasporic Cinema, Sheila J. Petty, (2008) Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 295pp., ISBN-10: 0814330991 (pbk), 25.99

The Cinema of Lars Von Trier: Authenticity and Artifice, Caroline Bainbridge, (2007) London: Wallflower Press, 210pp., ISBN 1905674430 (pbk), $25

Andy Warhol: Blow Job, Peter Gidal, (2008) Cambridge, MA and London: Afterall Books and The MIT Press, ISBN 9781846380419 (pbk), 9.95

Andrei Tarkovsky: Interviews, John Gianvito (ed.), (2005) Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 190 pp., ISBN 1578062209 (pbk), $22.00

Document Type: Book Review


Affiliations: 1: University of St Andrews (Scotland). 2: New York City. 3: University of Glasgow and Screen Academy Scotland. 4: London, England.

Publication date: 2010-12-01

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