“Battle Stations: War, Memory, and the Family,” Deborah Root
“Asians in Hollywood,” Kristen Emiko McAllister
“Myth and Melodrama: Douglas Sirk’s Imitation of Life,” Peter C. Knowles
“Repression, or How to Make Good Home Movies,” Marnie Parrell
“Ray’s Mahanagar: Arati Chooses Integrity Over Security,” Fran Wong
“Doubling Narratives: Dereliction and Desire in Julie Zando’s Let’s Play Prisoners,” Jessica Bradley
“The Body Beautiful,” Brenda Longfellow
“Pearl, Hilda, Thelma, and Louise: The ‘Woman’s Film’ Revisited,” Susan Morrison
“Explorations, Prosthetics, and a Sacrifice: Phantasies of the Maternal Body in the Alien Trilogy,” Carol Moore and Geoff Miles
“Mirror, Mirror on the wall: Parent and Psycho as One in the 90s,” Gillian Helfield
“Keeping the Black Phallus Erect: Gender ad the Construction of Black masculinity in Boys ‘N’ the Hood,” Rinaldo Walcott
Toronto Film Festival Reviews 1992