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1990 - 1991 - 1992 - 1993 - 1994 - 1995 - 1996 - 1997- 1998 - 1999
2000 - 2001 - 2002 - 2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 - 2009 
2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016


Vol. I (1973)
No. 1 D.H. Lawrence Special Issue
No. 2 Jonas Mekas Interview; Herman Weinberg; Neil Isaacs; Edward Murray
No. 3 Andrew Sarris Interview, Pt. 1; T.J. Ross on Truffaut; James Naremore on Huston
No. 4 Shakespeare on Film I

Vol. II (1974)
No. 1 Sarris Interview, Pt. 2; Eidsvik; Vivian Sobchack, Death in Venice
No. 2 Julian Smith and others on Hawthorne; M. Yacowar on Group Stereotyping; A. Zambrano and others on Dickens
No. 3 Julian Smith on Orson Welles; Edward T. Jones and Irene Atkins on Gatsby
No. 4 Graham Greene Special Issue

Vol. III (1975)
Nos. 1, 2, 4 - OUT OF PRINT
No. 3 T. Sobchack on Genre Film; M. Anderegg on Conrad and Hitchcock

Vol. IV (1976)
No. 1 Billy Wilder Interview; J. Schultheiss on Screenwriters; Giannetti on Zinnemann
No. 2 - OUT OF PRINT
No. 3 Stephen Bowles on The Exorcist and Jaws; Yacowar on Hawks
No. 4  Peter Watkins on Punishment Park; Herman Weinberg "On Style"

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Vol. V (1977)
Nos. 1, 4 - OUT OF PRINT
No. 2 John Schlesinger Interview; Atkinson on Last Tycoon; Gomez on Performance
No. 3 Allen Thiher on "Early Truffaut"; John Snyder on the Spy Story

Vol. VI (1978)
Nos. 1, 2 - OUT OF PRINT
No. 3 Altman and Kopit; Buchan and Hitchcock; Wodehouse; Fitzgerald; West; D.W. Griffith; and Don Siegel
No. 4 Science Fiction Special Issue: Robert Wise Interview; Essays on Star Wars, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Gravity's Rainbow

Vol. VII (1979)
Nos. 1, 2, 3 - OUT OF PRINT
No. 4 Polon Interview-Essay; Deer Hunter; Murnau, Marsha McCreadie on Julia

Vol. VIII (1980)
No. 1 British Directors: Clouds of GloryThird Man, Schlesinger, Richardson, Anderson
No. 2 European Directors: Truffaut, Bergman, Fellini, Ridley Scott
No. 3 Genre and Theory: J. Telotte on the Horror Film; A. Gordon on Close Encounters; Eberwein on Point of View
No. 4 Brook's Lear; Zeffirelli's ShrewWoyzeck/ and Kaspar

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Vol. IX (1981)
No. 1 Brechtian Devices in CullodenCarrieDaisy Miller, Day of the Locust
No. 2 Thomas Hardy on Film: Tess and Madding Crowd; Decor as Theme in Clockwork Orange; Kazan's Pinky
No. 3 Antonioni's Eclipse; Herzog's Woyzeck; Frank Capra Interview; Two Treatments of The Long- Distance Runner
No. 4 Wise Blood; Providence; Barry Lyndon; Weir on Gallipoli; Streetcar Named Desire; and Oz Revisited

Vol. X (1982)
No. 1 Bruce Kawin on self-consciousness; Proust and Pinter; Unamuno and Bergman; Lewton and Stevenson
No. 2 Ragtime; Cannery Row; French Lieutenant's Woman; René Clair interview; Cocteau; Fellini 
No. 3 Genre Issue, with bibliography; Film and Classical Genre; allegory and science fiction
No. 4 Interviews with Fellini, Syberberg, Rohmer, Leacock, and Manoulian

Vol. XI (1983)
No. 1 Ordinary People; Deer Hunter; H.D., Agee and Crane; Capra and Altman
No. 2 Henry James on Film; Rohmer's Perceval; Alan Sharp Interview; Lubitsch and Wilde; Richardson; Visconti
No. 3 Shakespeare on Film IV
No. 4 British Issue: Roeg, Hudson, Richardson, Hitchcock. Interviews: Peter Watkins and Christopher Miles

Vol. XII (1984)
No. 1 The Shining; Saboteur; Bertolucci; Bergman; Adapting Zola
No. 2 French Cinema: Truffaut, Cocteau, Clair, Duras. Daniel Boulanger Interview. Also: Rohmer and Arrabal
No. 3 Chaplin and Woody Allen; The Glass Key; Crossfire; The Trial; Double Indemnity
No. 4 Dmytryk Interview; French LieutenantWise Blood; Lolita; Monroe as Sex Symbol

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Vol. XIII (1985)
No. 1 E. Ann Kaplan on Hemingway and Hollywood; Morris Beja on Orson Welles; Griffith and Hardy; Doctorow; Cummings; Visconti
No. 2 Bergman, Hawks, Kurosawa, Woody Allen; Shakespeare, Dickens, James M. Cain
No. 3 Genre Issue: Wes Craven on Horror; Comedy (Marx Bros., Zelig); SciFi (Blade Runner)
No. 4 German Cinema: Schlöndorff, Herzog, Wenders, Fassbinder, Lang's Siegfried

Vol. XIV (1986)
No. 1 DeMille's Autobiography; Michael Pursell on "Screenspeak"; Marguerite Duras's Le Navire "Night"; Maya Deren, Imagist; Royal Brown on Vertigo; Thomas Leitch on Secret Agent and Sabotage; Fort Apache, the Bronx; The Black Hole
No. 2 Genre Issue: Texas in the Movies; Ford's Military Trilogy; Blade Runner, The Shining, Raging Bull, et al.
No. 3 Passages to India; H.G. Wells, Science Fiction + Cinema; Fellini's 8 1/2; Gal Young Un
No. 4 Shakespeare, Theatre, Film, and Television; Shaun Sutton Interview; Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet; Two Lears; Comedy of Errors; Macbeth; Amadeus

Vol. XV (1987)
No. 1 Marcela Fernandez Violante Interview; Fowles; Conrad; Henry James; Lean's Zhivago; Vonnegut; Bierce; Hitchcock
No. 2 The Mission and Robert Bolt; The Fellini World; Herzog's Stroszek Narrative Innovation in Edvard Munch;Bergman's Persona
No. 3 Breaker Morant; The Road Warrior; Eastwich; Rashomon; Kiss of the Spider Woman; Woody Allen's Comic Irony
No. 4 Interview: Stanley Kauffmann; Modern Times; Murder My Sweet; Double Indemnity; Fiction and Film Bibliography

Vol. XVI (1988)
No. 1 The Searchers; Peckinpah's Heroes; Kazan as Auteur; Woody Allen's Purple Rose and Hannah and Her Sisters; The Night of the Hunter
No. 2 The Last Tycoon; Blue Velvet; American Gigolo; The Day of the Locust; The Maltese Falcon; Michael Arlen Interview
No. 3 Narration in French Lieutenant's Woman; Performance in Diva; Autobiography in Bergman; Adaptation ofCyrano de Bergerac; American Friend; Marquise of O; Death in Venice; Towards a Theory of Shakespeare on Film
No. 4 Focus on Vietnam Films and Full Metal Jacket

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Vol. XVII (1989)
No. 1 Horton Foote's Career; J. Telotte on Film Noir; Woody Allen, Chaplin, Hitchcock, Lumet
No. 2  Robbe-Grillet Interview; The Dead, Maurice, Sammy & Rosie; Magic Realism on Film
No. 3 Foreign Cinema: Von Trotta, Herzog, Duvivier, Wertmüller, et al.
No. 4 American Cinema: The Accused, Heaven's Gate, Grapes of Wrath, Sierra Madre, Maltese Falcon

Vol. XVIII (1990)
No. 1 Blade Runner Issue
No. 2 Silent Cinema Issue: D.W. Griffith, Fritz Lang, Erich von Stroheim, et al.
No. 3 Cult Issue: Blue Velvet, Casablana Remakes & Fanzines
No. 4 Serialism in Robbe-Grillet; Tin Drum; Berlin Alexanderplatz; Mephisto; Wenders's Truffaut; Tati; Black Identity in Australian Films

Vol. XIX (1991)
No. 1 Drama into Film Issue: Picnic (interview essay), Soldier's Story; Death of a Salesman, Miss Julie, Caberet, Valmont Rednix; Wilde and Lubitsch
No. 2 Comedy/Woody Allen Special; Back to the Future; Joseph Andrews; Chaplin and Brecht
No. 3 American Literature and Film: The Natural, The Color Purple, Cross Creek, Huston's Volcano, Close Encounters, The Big Sleep, Angel Heart
No. 4 Empire of the Sun, Daisy Miller, Shop on Main Street, Hitchcock (Psycho and Shadow of a Doubt), Kaufman/Kundera,Dona Flor, Wings of Desire, Chekhov Adapted

Vol. XX (1992)
No. 1 Fitzgerald & the Dream Factory; David Lean; Altman Interview; Scorsese; Heartland; Rashomon; Ontology of the Screenplay; Teenpix
No. 2 Dream Factory II; Jane Eyre Transformed; Buñuel; Wenders; Wadja, et al
No. 3 Special Vietnam Issue
No. 4 Shakespeare Issue

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Vol. XXI (1993)
No. 1 Interviews with Harold Pinter, Clint Eastwood, and Gene Hackman; Mazursky's Tempest; Satanic Verses as Cinematic Narrative; BBC's Henriad; Damon Runyan; Jack Clayton; Jane Eyre
No. 2 Australian Cinema Issue, Edited by Brian McFarlane
No. 3 Roman Noir/Film Noir; Third Man; My Left Foot; Singing Detective; Hud; Himmo, King of Jerusalem
No. 4 Twin Peaks (xerox copies available at $3 each)

Vol. XXII (1994)
No. 1 Wayne Wang interview (Joy Luck Club)Basic Instinct; The Player; Batman Recycled; Buñuel's Wuthering Heights; The Moderns; Cuckoo's Nest; Cabaret; Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors
No. 2 Drama (Streetcar, Long Day's Journey, Steel Magnolias); Shakespeare (Ran, Macbeth, Henry V); Zeffirelli
No. 3 King Lear & Fisher King; Karel Reisz; Sam Fuller; Snake Pit; Stagecoach
No. 4 Wajda Interview; Joan of Paris; Wild River; Jules et Jim; Thousand Pieces of Gold; Buñuel's Bourgeoisie; Daisy Miller;Devil and Daniel Webster

Vol. XXIII (1995)
No. 1 Tom Whalen on Pulp Fiction; Michael Dunne on Wild at Heart; Frank Manchel on The Shining; "Open Narrative" in Robbe-Grillet and Wenders
No. 2 Special Issue: 100 Years of Cinema, with Kevin Brownlow, Charles Musser, Eileen Bowser, Richard Kozarski, Greg Black, et al, Edited by John Tibbetts
No. 3 Bernard Dick on Femmes Fatale; Updike at the Movies; André Bazin on Pagnol; Sanitizing Zola, et al
No. 4 The Restored Films of Buster Keaton; The Crying Game and Hitchcockian Romance; Icon and History in Frances,et al.

Vol. XXIV (1996)
No. 1 Civil Rights & Baby Doll; Spielberg's Purple; Racism in The Letter, et al.
No. 2 The Blacklisted Abraham Polonsky; Scott Simmon on Wyatt Earp; Ronald Librach on Life Lessons; Steven Gale on Maltese Falcon, et al. 
No. 3 Herzog's Woyzeck; Murnau's Nosferatu; Clouzot's Diaboliques; Saura's Carmen
No. 4 Transcultural Translation in Joy Luck; Year of Living Dangerously; Close Encounters; Woody Allen, et al.

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VOL. XXV (1997)
No. 1 Tom Leitch on Forrest Gump; David Lavery on Forrest Gump; Michael Dunne on Scarlet Letter; Charles Maland onChaplin; Tom Whalen on Keaton; Chris Hudgins on Lolita
No. 2 Shakespeare Issue: Branagh's Hamlet; Jarman's Tempest; Loneraine's Richard III; Greenaway's Prospero; et al.
No. 3 Boyle's Trainspotting; Campion's The Piano; Nazi Reality in Ohm Krueger; Stone's Doors; The Bostonians, et al.
No. 4 Genre Horror Show: Barry Grant's Bibliography of Horror; also Val Lewton, David Lynch, Kubrick's The Shining

VOL. XXVI (1998)
No. 1 English Patient; Shadowlands; Ragtime. Western Myth; Unforgiven; SciFi; Blade Runner; Pulp Fiction
No. 2 Godard; Varda; Duras; Jane Campion; Camille Claudel - Biography as Melodrama
No. 3 Age of Innocence; Sheltering Sky; Third Man; Dressed to Kill/Blow Out; Jacob's Ladder; Beguiled; Bullets Over Broadway
No. 4 English Patient, Revisted; The Oak; Conrad's Nostromo; Antonioni; René Clément & Lewis Carroll; French Lieutenant's Woman

VOL. XXVII (1999)
No. 1 T. Leitch on the Political Hitchcock; Michael Marsden on Hondo; Sound and the Fury; Filmic Readings of Edith Wharton; Pinter's Last Tycoon; The Usual Suspects; End of the Road; Oprah's Beloved
No. 2 Hitchcock's Women on Hitchcock; Americanization of Bennett's George III; Potter's Orlando; Martha Coolidge Interviewed; Fellini's Casanova; Polanski's Tess; Intertextuality in Shadowlands; Gender in The Cook, The Thief; Pride and Prejudice on A&E
No. 3 Malick's Thin Red Line; Conrad's Secret Agent; Ang Lee's Ride with the Devil; Nuclear Frisson; Kurosawa & Gogol; The Fountainhead; Cyrano as Comedy; Brazilian Cinema
No. 4 Pomo FargoL.A. Confidential; Godard; Dos Passos; King's Row; Women's Cinema; etc.

VOL. XXVIII (2000)
No. 1 The Third Man; Herr's Dispatches; Berkeley Square/Sense of the Past; Company of Wolves; Mary Reilly; Weir's Fearless; Mamet's Screenplays; Manchurian Candidate; Cain's Postman; Dinesen Stories
No. 2 Shakespeare on Film 2000
No. 3 Brian McFarlane: "It wasn't like that in the book"; Pasolini's Medea & Edipo Re; Pagnol +Sophocles, Manon +Oedipus; Kieslowski's Three Colors; Truffaut + James, etc.
No. 4 Hitchcock's "Terrible Mothers"; Birds; Psycho; Sabotage; Murnau's Sunrise; Ambersons; Wizard of Oz; Barton Fink;Camp, Parody & The Fantastic

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VOL. XXIX (2001)
No. 1 Alan Parker (3 essays), Terrence Malick, Woody Allen, Gump, "Bitextual Pleasures"
No. 2 Shakespeare Century: Ken Rothwell's Survey of a Century of Scholarship + 9 essays
No. 3 Terence Davies Interview. J. Telotte on Heinlein, Conrad and Kidron, Kubrick and Thackeray, African-American Writers
No. 4 Kubrick Issue

VOL. XXX (2002)
No. 1André Bazin on Literary Adaptation (6 translated reviews); Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya; Benigni’s Life Is Beautiful; Campion’s The Piano; Murnau’s Nosferatu; Wenders’s Wrong Move
No. 2 Fellowship of the Ring; Critical Response in England to Room at the TopLa DentellièreRegenerationPersuasionThe Children of Heaven (Neorealism, Iranian style); Almodóvar’s Carne trémulaDead Man Walking; Cronenberg’s Crash;Ohm KrügerCabeza de VacaSugar Cane Alley
No. 3 Shakespeare Issue
No. 4 August Wilson Interview; The Heiress; Isabel Archer; Pasolini’s version of Canterbury Tales; Fellini and Masina; Coppola’s Byronic Dracula; Cruel IntentionsBulworthSunset BoulevardGhosts of Mars

VOL. XXXI (2003)
No. 1 Orson Welles’s Presence in Stevenson’s Jane EyreManhunter; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Chopsticks” Musicals; Sleepy Hollow (4 essays); Oz’s Panther in the BasementThe Hurricane; An Approach to Film Study
No. 2 Theorizing Adaptation, Temporality, and Tense; The FieldThe English PatientLa Bête Humaine and Cinécriture;Eréndira; Chinese Cinema: For Fun and The Killer; Alexie’s Smoke Signals and The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven; Kieslowski’s Red and Camus’s The FallDaniel; Karel Reisz interview
No. 3 Madame BovaryMetropolitan and CluelessMansfield Park (2 essays); The Nightcomers; House of Mirth; The Butcher Boy;Tribute to Dorothy Johnson and Her Cold War-Era Westerns; Howards End; The Sweet Hereafter; Vonnegut andMother Night
No.4 Kauffmann on Shaw; Hitchcock without Hitchcock; Hitchcock and Mamet; Strangers on a Train; Kubrick and Schnitzler; The Great Gatsby (2 essays); Blue Velvet and Postmodern Parody; Brownlow and Winstanley

VOL. XXXII (2004)
No. 1 Opera on Film; The Story of Louis Pasteur and Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God; The Cider House Rules;Bringing Out the DeadThe Treasure of the Sierra MadreRed River; Tarantino’s Ultimate Professional; The Day of the LocustAudrey RosePossession
No. 2 Shakespeare Issue
No. 3 Amadeus, The Wings of the Dove, The Passion of Joan of Arc/The Messenger, Blade Runner, The Sent-Down Girl, I racconti di Canterbury, A bout de souffle, Annie Hall, Moby Dick, Dracula, The Passion of Mel Gibson
No. 4 Brian Aldiss interview, Patricia Rozema interview, Hanif Kureishi's films and fiction, La Curee, Last Year at Marienbad, The North China Lover, Oedipus Rex, Nostalghia, How to Make an American Quilt, Editorial by Jim Welsh:  "The Last Word, after 32 Years, 128 Issues, and "Conversations" with Remarkable People

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VOL XXXIII (2005)
No. 1 The Third Man and DraculaFrances, Jon Dos Passos and Bazin, Cinematic Techniques in Modernist Poetry,Spring SilkwormDavid Copperfield, Great Expectations, Troy
No. 2 Shakespeare Issue
No. 3 Devil in a Blue Dress and L. A. ConfidentialMidnight in the Garden of Good and EvilStar Trek and Star WarsTriflesand Legally BlondeForbidden GamesUnder the Sand, Venice in Film, Review-Essay of Robert Stam volumes on adaptation,, Review of Krin Gabbard's Black Magic
No. 4 

VOL XXXIV (2006)
No. 1
 Screen Narratives, Do the Right Thing, Tigerland and We Were Soldiers, Signs, Eyes Wide Shut, SImøne, The Godfather Part III, Scarface and The Great Gatsby, Book Review:  Imagination in Transition:  David Mamet's Move to Film
No. 2 RanThrone of Blood,, Shakespearean Offshoots, Ophelia, HamletThe Tempest, Scotland, PA, Cinematic Apocalypse in Shakespeare films
No. 3 Interview with Robin Swicord, A Tale of Two Cities, Tess and Jude, Washington Square, Artemisia Gentileschi,Sunday's ChildrenDark City, The Stepfather
No. 4 Bazin reviews in translation (Jacques Becker), The Wings of the Dove and The Golden Bowl, "Postmodern Mirrors,"The Rose Tattoo, Max Ophuls adaptations, Les mains d'Orlac, Ashik-Kerib, Hyenas, Bride and Prejudice, Book Review: Engaging Film Criticism

VOL XXXV (2007)
No. 1 Richard Linklater interview, Apocalypse Now Redux, Taboo (Gohatto), The World of Henry Orient, The Claim and The Mayor of Casterbridge, Looney Tunes, Hannibal, Gone with the Wind, Book Review:  Dames in the Driver's Seat:  Rereading Film Noir, Book Review:  1000 Films to Change Your Life
No. 2 The Revenger's Tragedy, King Lear as Western Elegy, King Lear as Melodrama, Radford's The Merchant of Venice, Prospero's Books, Shakespeare and Bataan, Brook's King Lear, "Filmi" Shakespeare, Shakespeare Across Time and Media, Latin American Shakespeares
No. 3 Truffaut Rewrites Hitchcock, Truffaut's Fahrenheit 451The Last Metro and UranusThe Railway ChildrenThe Virgin Suicides, Film Noir, Adapting GenesisLe Rouge et Le NoirBeowulf, Book Review:  A Theory of Adaptation
No. 4 Liberty Heights, The Matrix Trilogy, The War of the WorldsThe Woman in the Window and Scarlet StreetAn Injury to One, Frederick Jackson Turner and John Ford, The Grapes of WrathThe Shape of Things

VOL XXXVI (2008)
No. 1 Materializing Adaptation Theory, Robin Hood, Ruby in ParadiseOrlandoPride and PrejudiceThe LoverThe Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and Moby Dick, Powell and Pressburger's A Canterbury Tale, Book Review: Film Adaptation & Its Discontents, Book Review: The Films of Robert Wise
No. 2 Annual Shakespeare Issue.
No. 3 The Hollywood Novel, Fascist Man in Fight Club and Gladiator, Layers of Illusion in Text and Film (An Italian Perspective), Smooth TalkThe Sweet Hereafter, Full Metal Jacket, Book Review:  The Literature/Film Reader and The Cambridge Companion to Literature on Screen, Book Review:  Politics, Desire, and the Hollywood Novel, Book Review: Adapting Henry James to the Screen, Book Review:  Clint Eastwood, Actor and Director
No. 4 Cabeza de Vaca, "The Screenplay, Imagism, and Modern Aesethetics," Tristan and Abismos de PasiónLe Temps qui reste, Gone to Earth, Adaptation, Roy Andersson and César Vallejo, Book Review:  The World and Its Double:  The Life and Work of Otto Preminger and Otto Preminger:  The Man Who Would Be King

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VOL XXXVII (2009)
No. 1 Huck Finn, Interview with Paul Auster, Auster's films from Smoke to The Book of Illusions, Three Billy Connolly movies, Book Review:  Adaptation:  The Journal of Literature on Screen Studies and Journal of Adaptation in Film and Perfromance, Book Review:  Monstrous Adaptations:  Generic and Thematic Mutations in Horror Film; Book Review: Britain Colonized:  Hollywood's Appropriation of British Literature
No. 2 Annual Shakespeare Issue.
No. The European Road Movie; William Wyler, Gregg Toland, and Lillian Hellman; A Raisin in the SunFar from the Madding Crowd; Filming Los Angeles; Joel and Ethan Coens' Neo-Classical Neo-Noirs; Fellini's Casanova; Book Review:  Reclaiming Adat:  Contemporary Malaysian Film and Literature; Book Review:  In/Fidelity:  Essays on Film Adaptation
No. 4 In Cold BloodKeita!Notting HillThe Double Life of Véronique; Huston's The Dead; The Commercial Novelization; Book Review:  Shakespeare and Film:  A Norton Guide; Book Review:  All My Loving? The Films of Tony Palmer

VOL XXXVIII (2010)
No. 1 Interview with Hans-Jürgen Syberberg; The Shape of ThingsJane Eyre in the Postmodern; Interview with Ian McEwan; Fidelity; Ulysses' Gaze and The Weeping Meadow; Book Review:  The Cinematic Jane Austen:  Essays on the Filmic Sensibility of the Novels; Book Review:  Film Sequels:  Theory and Practice from Hollywood to Bollywood; Book Review:  Teaching Literary Theory Using Film Adaptations; Conference Report:  Cormac McCarthy in Warwickshire
No. 2 Uncle VanyaMarie AntoinetteV for Vendetta, Gogol's "The Overcoat," The Taming of the Shrew, Book Review: Ancient Greece in Film and Popular Culture
No. 3:  Special Issue:  LFA 2009 Conference We Want Roses Too, "The World War II Video Game," "Reinventing the Inhuman," Sweeney ToddThe Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Beckett and Technology, Book Review:  Adaptation in Contemporary Culture:  Textual Infidelities, Book Review:  No Country for Old Men:  From Novel to Film  
No. 4 Oliver Twist, Interview:  Tom Perotta, ChickieBram Stoker's DraculaHiroshima mon amour, Book Review:  African Film and Literature:  Adapting Violence to the Screen, Book Review:  Redefining Adaptation Studies, Book Review:  The Pedagogy of Adaptation, Book Review:  Some Like It Wilder:  The Life and Controversial Films of Billy Wilder

VOL XXXIX (2011)
No. 1 Holly Black interview, Mike Leigh interview, Daniel Woodrell interview, Peter Brook's King Lear, Four Versions of The Maltese Falcon, Book Review:  English Filming, English Writing; Book Review:  History Goes to the Movies:  Studying History on Film; Book Review:  Adaptation in Contemporary Culture:  Textual InfidelitiesBeyond Adaptation:  Essays on Radical Transformations of Original WorksAdaptation Studies:  New ApproachesScreen Adaptation:  Impure Cinema
No. 2 Fodor's Hamlet, Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books and The Tulse Luper Suitcases, Hickox’s Theatre of Blood, Branagh’sHamlet, Temple’s The Filth and the Fury, Welles’s Macbeth
No. 3 "Hitchcock's Terrorists," Mamet's Screenplays, Forbidden Games, "Experimental Adaptation Studies," How It Feels to Be Run OverAmerican Psycho, Book Review:  Cinema in an Age of Terror:  North Africa, Victimization, and Colonial History, "Kenneth Sprague Rothwell:  A Remembrance and Valediction"
No. 4 "A Salute to Thomas Erskine," "Dr. Thomas Leonard Erskine Remembered," Borom SarretGreen EyesThe Line of BeautyThe Name of the RoseMasterpiece Theatre, Book Review:  Roll Away the Reel World:  James Joyce and Cinema, Book Review:  Film Adaptation in the Hollywood Studio Era and Adapted for the Screen:  The Cultural Politics of Chinese Fiction and Film

VOL XL (2012)
No. 1 F for Fake, Wuthering HeightsPride and Prejudice, Semiotics of Poetry and FilmBritish Wartime Documentary Realism, Book Review:  True to the Spirit:  Film Adaptation and the Question of Fidelity, Book Review:  The Adaptation Industry:  The Cultural Economy of Literary Adaptation
No. 2 Picnic at Hanging RockMy Neighbor Totoro, Lucie Aubrac, Lost in Austen, Doestoevsky and Woody Allen, Book Review:  Viewing African Cinema in the Twenty-first Century:  Art Films and the Nollywood Video Revolution, Book Review:  Welcome to the Suck:  Narrating the American Soldier's Experience in Iraq
No. 3 Alexander Nevsky and Paradise Lost, The Wrestler, "Sherlockian Simulacra," Slumdog MillionaireThe Heart of the Matter, Book Review:  Filming the Middle Ages, Book Review: Fatalism in American Film Noir:  Some Cinematic Philosophy and Out of the Shadows:  Expanding the Canon of Classic Film Noir
No. 4 MetropolisImitation of Life, Lawrence of Arabia Orphée, El invierno en Lisboa, Book Review:  Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice:  The Relationship Between Text and Film (Screen Adaptations series), Book Review:  Heritage Film Audiences:  Period Films and Contemporary Audiences in the UK and Modes of Spectating

VOL XLI (2013)
No. 1 No Country for Old MenDead End, "Conrad, Welles, and Narrative Form," Doctor Faustus, Book Review:  Scripting Hitchcock:  Psycho, The Birds, Marnie, Book Review:  Translation, Adaptation, and Transformation, Book Review: Analyzing Literature-to-Film Adaptations:  A Novelists Exploration and Guide
No. 2 The TempestHamletMacbethAnonymous, "Radical Reflexivity in Cinematic Adaptation," Book Review:  Hitchcock at the Source:  The Auteur as Adaptor, Book Review:  A Theory of Adaptation, Book Review:  Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture, Book Review:  Hideous Progeny:  Disability, Eugenics, and Classic Horror Cinema
No. 3 "Rematerializing Adaptation Theory," My Own Private Idaho, The Fall of the House of UsherLes Liaisons dangereusesand Untold ScandalComa, Book Review: Adapting Poe:  Re-Imaginings in Popular Culture, Book Review:  Pockets of Change:  Adaptation and Cultural Transition; Book Review:  Figureing the Past:  Period Film and the Mannerist Aestheticand Heritage Film:  Nation, Genre, and Representation
No. 4 Blake's "Jerusalem", Silent HillDespair, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Book Review: Body Double: The Author Incarnate in the Cinema, Book Review: A Companion to Literature, Film, and Adaptation, Book Review: Nightmare Alley: Film Noir and the American Dream

VOL XLII (2014)
No. 1 Tributes to Jim Welsh, Derek Jarman, Woody Allen, Dinner at EightAll About My Mother, Book Review: Media Franchising: Creative License and Collaboration in the Culture Industries, Book Review: The Men Who Knew Too Much: Henry James and Alfred Hitchcock, Book Review: Adaptation Studies: New Challenges, New Directions
No. 2 10 Things I Hate About You and The Taming of the ShrewCoriolanusShakespeare in Love and AnonymousRomeo and Juliet and Cold CaseStrange Brew, Almereyda's Hamlet, Book Review: Shakespeare and the Cleopatra/Caesar Intertext: Sequel, Conflation, Remake, Book Review: The Adaptation of History: Essays on Ways of Telling the Past
No. 3 Smith Brothers Interview (Winter in the Blood), 99 Francs, Lolita, Fight Club, La Noire de..., Book Review: The Private Eye: Detectives in the Movies, Book Review: Fairy Tales Transformed? Twenty-First-Century Adaptations and the Politics of Wonder
No. 4 "Rethinking Formal-Cultural and Textual-Cultural Divides in Adaptation Studies," The Cry of the ChildrenThe Namesakes, Private Fears in Public Places, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Book Review: Cultural Afterlives and Screen Adaptations of Classic Literature: Wuthering Heights and Company

VOL XLIII (2015)
No. 1 Psycho, Jane Eyre, There Will Be Blood, Eddie and the Cruisers, "Adaptation Policy: Film Policy and Adaptations in Flanders," Book Review:  Descriptive Adaptation Studies: Epistemelogical and Methodological Issues, Book Review:  Jane Campion and Adaptation: Angels, Demons and Unsettling Voices
No. 2 Coriolanus, Othello, Huapango, The Tempest, Richard III 
No. 3 Philomena, The Blank Wall, Blue Jasmine, Institute Benjamenta, "The Bride and Her Afterlife: Female Frankenstein Monsters on Page and Screen," Book Review: Adaptation Studies and Learning: New Frontiers, Book Review: Dashiell Hammett and the Movies
No. 4 Midnight's Children, The Proust Screenplay, Orlando, A Clockwork Orange, The Manchurian Candidate, Book Review: Adaptation Theory and Criticism: Postmodern Literature and Cinema in the USA

VOL XLIV (2016)
No. 1 "Paging Inspector Callahan: The Novel Adventures of Dirty Harry," Vertigo, Snow White, A Double Life, Pygmalion, Book Review: Gangsters and G-Men on Screen: Crime Cinema Then and Now," Book Review: Adaptations in the Sound Era 1927-37 
No. 2 Chimes at Midnight, Romeo + Juliet, The Great Gatsby, The Long Goodbye, Othello, Book Review: OuterSpeares: Shakespeare, Intermedia, and the Limits of Adaptation

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