- Title Pages
- List Of Illustrations
- Introduction: Ambitions and Arguments – Exploring Amateur Cinema Through Fiction
- 1. Historical, Aesthetic, Cultural: The Problematical Value of Amateur Cine Fiction
- 2. Sewell, Rose and the Aesthetics of Amateur Cine Fiction
- 3. Crafting Life into Film: Analysing Family Fiction Films From the 1930s
- 4. Framing The Welfare State Swedish Amateur Fiction Film 1930 To 1965
- 5. Occupying A Distinguished But Lonely Place in the Amateur Movement: Ace Movies 1929 to 1964
- 6. ‘High Art’ Locally: The Screen Adaptations of Iug-Film
- 7. Brazilian Amateur Cinema and Fictional Films From Foto-Cine Clube Gaúcho
- 8. ‘This is not Hollywood!’: Peter Watkins and the Challenge of Amateurism to the Professional
- 9. ‘Start as you mean to go on’: Ken Russell’s Early Amateur Films
- 10. The Nocturnal Affairs Of Mr Miletić: Authorship, Genre Andcine-Amateurism In Yugoslavia
- 11. The Aesthetic of the Possible: <i>The Green Cockatoo</i> As Bricolage of Heterogeneous Traditions
- 12. The Fragile Magic of the Home: Amateur Domestic Comedies and the Intimate Geography of Childhood
- 13. The Spence Brothers: Amateur Sci-fi and Cine Culture in Northern Ireland
- Notes On Contributors
- Small-Gauge Storytelling
- Edinburgh University Press
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