Vol 7

Issue 12

Editorial

New Developments in Scottish Cinema

Simon Brown, Kingston University

 

Peer Reviewed Articles

 

‘On the Side of the Angels?’: Ken Loach, The Angels’ Share, and the pursuit of new forms of politically-engaged cinema

Jamie Chambers, University of Exeter

 

Stimulating Production Activity in Scotland: Advance Party and the Rule Doctrine

Linda Hutcheson

 

The Myth of Scotland as Nowhere in Particular

John Marmysz, College of Marin

 

The Wick Society’s Intervention into Industrial Heritage: Remaking Local Films for Future Historians

Ryan Shand, University of the West of Scotland

 

Forum

Scottish Films on Scottish Screens: Local Voices and Stories. An Interview with Alice Black, Head of Cinema at Dundee Contemporary Arts.

Alice Black, Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) and Simon Brown, Kingston University

 

Issue 13

Editorial

Diverse Strands

Ian Brown and Ksenija Horvat

 

Peer Reviewed Articles

 

Acknowledged Legislators: ‘Lived experience’ in Scottish Poetry Films

Richie McCaffery, University of Glasgow, and Stefanie Van de Peer, University of Stirling

 

Irvine Welsh and the Adaptation Industry: Filth, a case study

Robert Munro, Queen Margaret University

 

Patriotism and the Spirit of Macbeth’s Ambition in Dunsinane

Gül Kurtuluş, Bilkent University

 

Transcontinental Traverse: David Harrower’s Knives in Hens and Other Contemporary Scottish Plays in the Hungarian Language

András Beck, University of Salamanca

 

Editorial

 

A review of three volumes concerning the work of J. M Barrie- Myths and the Mythmaker: A Literary Account of J.M. Barrie’s Formative YearsBarrie, Hook and Peter Pan: Studies in Contemporary Myth; Estudios sobre un mito contemporáneo, and Gateway to the Modern: Resituating J. M. Barrie.

David M. Clark, University of A Coruña

 

A review of Jonathan Murray’s Discomfort and Joy: The Cinema of Bill Forsyth.

Brian Hoyle, Dundee University