Table of contents for Representing religion in world cinema : filmmaking, mythmaking, culture making / edited by S. Brent Plate.

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Jai Santoshi Maa Revisited: On Seeing a Hindu "Mythological" Film--Philip Lutgendorf
"My Story Begins Before I Was Born": Myth, History, and Power in Julie Dash's Daughters of the Dust--Judith Weisenfeld
Orpheus On Screen: Open and Closed Forms--Linda C. Ehrlich
Between Time and Eternity: Theological Notes on Shadows and Fog--Paul Nathanson
The Art of Presence: Buddhism and Korean Films--Francisca Cho
Pentecostalism, Prosperity, and Popular Cinema in Ghana--Birgit Meyer
The Islamic Apocalypse: Mohsen Makhmalbaf's Moment of Innocence--Lloyd Ridgeon
Performative Pilgrims and The Shifting Grounds of Anthropological Documentary--Luis A. Vivanco
Perfumed Nightmare: Religion and the Philippine Postcolonial Struggle in Third Cinema--Antonio D. Sison
Pathologies of Violence: Religion and Postcolonial Identity in New Zealand Cinema--Janet Wilson
Santería and the Quest for a Postcolonial Identity in Post-Revolutionary Cuban Cinema--Edna M. Rodríguez-Mangual
"The Eyes of All People are Upon Us": American Civil Religion and the Birth of Hollywood--Kris Jozajtis

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Motion pictures Religious aspects, Religion in motion pictures