Collection of essays covering the effect of the September 11 2001 New York terrorist attacks on subsequent film and television productions: Jay Schneider, 'Architectural Nostalgia and the New York City Skyline on Film', Murray Pomerance, 'The Shadow of the World Trade Center is Climbing My Memory of Civilization,' David Sterritt, 'Representing Atrocity: from the Holocaust to September 11', Marcia Landy, 'America under Attack: Pearl Harbor, 9/11 and History in the Media', Juan Suarez, 'City Films, Modern Spatiality, and the end of the World Trade Center', Ina Rae Hark, 'Today is the Longest Day of My Life: 24 as Mirror Narrative of 9/11', Rebecca Bell-Metereau, 'The How-to Manual, the Prequel and the Sequel in Post-9/11 Cinema', Mikita Brottman, 'The Fascination of the Abomination: the Censored Images of 9/11', Philip Mosley, 'Mohsen Makhmalbaf's Kandahar: Lifting a Veil on Afghanistan', Jonathan Markovitz, 'Reel Terror Post 9/11', and Isabella Freda, 'Survivors in The West Wing: 9/11 and the United States of Emergency.'

Item number 79840
Category Book
Type Criticism/History
Language English
Country of origin America
Related people Wheeler Winston Dixon (Editor)

Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection