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New retro movies in 1990s Hollywood cinema

impossible, and its circulation adds to its memorialisation. Thus ‘flash-bulb’ memories may be strongly related to media memories, or mediated forms of memory. However, the concept of flash-bulb memory also illustrates the prioritisation of the visual field in writing on memory recall. With a few exceptions film theorists examining the relationship between history, memory and film have focused upon visual

in Memory and popular film
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The Queen in Australia

ship, visiting seventy country towns as well as capital cities, and along the way making a hundred speeches. 5 The film commentary attributing to Elizabeth’s arrival the dawning of the day is entirely consonant with the hyperbolic royal discourse of the time: memorialisation started before the tour with the sale of scrapbooks for souvenirs. Commentators exhausted stocks of superlatives in attempting to convey the tour

in The British monarchy on screen