Monday, January 21, 2013

Virginia Quarterly Review - Winter 2013 issue now available online

Our latest issue, Winter 2013: Classic Hollywood, is now available online and in print.
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Virginia Quarterly Review
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Winter 2013:
Classic Hollywood

Winter 2013: Classic Hollywood
In our Winter 2013 issue of VQR, we’ve gathered unknown, untold, and forgotten stories behind Oscar-winning classics that still influence the way that people view the world today. As much as we appreciate (and occasionally envy) the glamour of Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue and the breaking-news access of the Hollywood Reporter, we prefer a historical lens through which to address the industry and its homegrown mythology. The issue includes the following:
  • Satan’s School of Cinema by Chip Hayes. Chip Hayes is a seasoned television producer, director, and Emmy-nominated writer. He talks about one of his first experiences in the business: the ABC Movie of the Week called Satan’s School for Girls.
  • Falling for the Stars by Jason Motlagh. This photo-rich essay offers insight into the lives of Hollywood stunt doubles.
  • The Rules of the Game by Anne Helen Petersen. While the primary objectives of the publicity game endure—achieve fame; maintain fame; profit from fame—the rules have changed.
  • Silent Dreams by Nina Revoyr. About silent-film stars Mary Miles Minter and Sessue Hayakawa.

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