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A. de Baecque, Les mots de l'histoire du cinéma, Cahiers du cinéma, pp. 48-54, 1995.
M. Lefebvre, Métatextualité filmique: vers une métacritique, Cinémas : revue d'études cinématographiques = journal of film studies, vol. 5, pp. 165-178, 1995.
A. P. Sitney, The Need for, and the Scandal of, Film in the Curriculum, New England Review, pp. 89-96, 1995.
C. A. Freeland and Wartenberg, T. E., Philosophy and Film, 1995.
J. Rosenbaum, Placing Movies : The Practice of Film Criticism. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995.
R. Allen, Projecting Illusion : Film Spectatorship and the Impression of Reality. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995, p. 176.
S. Heller, Scholars Contemplate the Future of Film Studies in a World of Fast-Changing Technology, The Chronicle of Higher Education, vol. 42, p. A17, 1995.
I. C. Jarvie, Sir Karl Popper (1902-94): Essentialism and Historicism in Film Methodology, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, vol. 15, pp. 301-305, 1995.
W. Costanzo, Teaching Film With Laserdiscs, Cinema Journal, pp. 78-83, 1995.
J. P. Telotte, Annual Bibliography of Film Studies - 1993, Post Script, vol. 12, pp. 62-88, 1994.
W. Rothman, Cavell's Philosophy and What Film Studies Calls ''Theory'': Must the Field of Film Studies Speak in One Voice?, Philosophy and Film, 1994.
R. Falcon, Classified! A Teachers' Guide to Film and Video Censorship and Classification. London: BFI, 1994, p. 141.
L. van Zoonen, Feminist Media Studies. London; Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 1994, p. 173.
P. Coates, Film at the Intersection of High and Mass Culture. Cambridge England ; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1994.
P. Willemen, Looks and Frictions : Essays in Cultural Studies and Film Theory. Bloomington; London: Indiana University Press; British Film Institute, 1994, p. 263.
K. Sweeney, The Persistence of Vision: The Re-Emergence of Phenomenological Theories of Film, Film and Philosophy, pp. 29-38, 1994.
R. Worland, Politics, Film Studies, and the Academy: A Commentary, Journal of Film and Video, vol. 46, pp. 42-56, 1994.
E. Chaplin, Sociology and Visual Representation. London ; New York: Routledge, 1994.
R. Fehlman, Teaching Film in the 1990s, English Journal, vol. 83, pp. 39-47, 1994.
S. Snyder, The Transparent I : Self/Subject in European Cinema. New York: P. Lang, 1994.