Other PFS Publications


Working Paper Series
Research papers of various sorts, including those presented at panels sponsored by the Political Film Society, are available through the Society's Working Paper Series. To obtain a copy of any Working Paper, send a check for $5 to "Political Film Society."

#1: Michael A. Genovese, Art and Politics: The Political Film as a Pedagogical Tool
#2: Donald B. Morlan, Pre-World War II Propaganda: Film as Controversy
#3: Ernest D. Giglio, From Riefenstahl to the Three Stooges: Defining the Political Film
#4: John W. Williams, The Real Oliver North Loses: The Reel Bob Robert Wins
#5: Robert L. Savage, Popular Film and Popular Communication
#6: Andrew Aoki, "Chan Is Missing:" Liberalism and the Blending of a Kaleidoscopic Culture
#7: Barbara Allen, Using Film and Television in the Classroom to Explore the Nexus of Sexual and Political Violence
#8: Robert S. Robins & Jerrold M. Post, Political Paranoia as Cinematic Motif: Stone’s "JFK"
#9: Richard A. Brisbin, Jr., From State and Local Censorship to Ratings: Substantitive Rationality, Political Entrepreneurship, and Sex in the Movies
#10:Stefanie L. Martin, Fiction and Independent Films: Creating Viable Communities and Coalitions by Reappropriating History
#11: Peter J. Haas, A Typology of Political Film
#12: Phillip L. Gianos, The Cold War in U.S. Films: Representing the Political Other
#13: Michael A. Genovese, The President as Icon & Straw Man: Hollywood & the Presidential Image
Michael Krukones, Hollywood's Portrayal of the American President in the 1930s: A Strong and Revered Leader
#15. J. Matviko, Television Satires of the Presidency: The Case of Saturday Night Live
#16. B. Dennett, The American Presidency on Film: Real and Celluloid as Seen from Down Under, or . . . We’ve Seen All the Great Presidents in Boolaroo
#17. B. Romel-Ruiz, Redeeming Lincoln, Redeeming the South: Representations of Abraham Lincoln in D.W.Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation and Historical Scholarship
#18. Kent Casper, All the Presidents’ Women
#19. Wendell S. Broadwell, The President as Superman: The Idealization of the Presidency in the Movie Independence Day.
#20. Loren Quiring, The Flight of Noble Reason: Aaron Sorkin's American Presidents.
. Hans Noel, Escape from the Bowling Alley: Traditional Associations as the Antagonist in Popular American Film.
#22. Jay Clary (Cal State Fullerton), Presidential Succession: Film as a Primary Catalyst.
#23. Matthew O’Gara (University of Southern California), Perceptions of Northern Ireland in Political Film
#24. Wendell Broadwell (Georgia Perimeter College), Contrasting Images of the American Presidency in Two Recent Movies: Independence Day and Mars Attacks!
#25. Michael Haas, Films About Vietnam
#27. Philip John Davies (De Montfort University), Hollywood in Elections and Elections in Hollywood
#28. Michael Hass, American Films About Thailand

#29. Kevin Yenerall's Surveying Social Justice in American Films: Civil Rights, Labor Struggles & Gay Rights
#31. Yvonne Kozlovsky Golany's The Birth of the Holocaust in Motion Pictures
#32. The faculty at Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA From Hell to Heroics: (Re)Imaging Vietnam After 9/11

Syllabus Series
The Political Film Society encourages the use of political film in educational institutions. Accordingly, several college instructors have contributed to the Society's Syllabus Series:

#1: John W. Williams
#2: Ernest D. Giglio
#3: Henry S. Kariel
#4: Michael Haas
#5: David Whiteman & Alfred Nordmann
#6: Burnet V. Davis
#7: Karen F. Lloyd & Jay M. Parker
#8: Richard Ostrom
#9: Charles R. Dannehl
#10: David Siemers
#11 Stanley Rosen
#12 Stanley Rosen - Chinese Cinema
#13 Patrick Haney
#14 Scott Crosson
#15 Lewis Ringel
#16 Bob Beatty and Robert Youngblood.

#17 Kevin Yenerall.
#18 Gloria Monti.

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