- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Notes on Contributors
- 1. The Environmental Dominant in Wanuri Kahiu’s Pumzi
- 2. Death Ray on a Coral Island as China’s First Science Fiction Film
- 3. Indian Science Fiction Cinema: An Overview
- 4. On the Monstrous Planet, Or How Godzilla Took a Roman Holiday
- 5. Invaders, Launchpads, and Hybrids: The Importance of Transmediality in British Science Fiction Film in the 1950s
- 6. Gender and Apocalypse in Eastern European Cinema
- 7. Casting for a Socialist Earth: Multicultural Whiteness in the East German/Polish Science Fiction Film Silent Star
- 8. Looking for French Science Fiction Cinema
- 9. Aliens Dancing at the Crossroads: Science Fiction Interventions in Irish Cinema1
- 10. The Uncomfortable Relationship Between Science Fiction and Italy: Film, Humor, and Gender
- 11. Are Black Women the Future of Man? The Role of Black Women in Political and Cultural Transformation in Science Fiction from the US, UK, and Cameroon
- 12. Maradona on the Moon: Postcolonial Politics and Cultural Hybridity in Argentina’s Goodbye Dear Moon
- 13. A Short History of Brazilian Science Fiction Film and its Fight for Survival in a Rarified Atmosphere1
- 14. Digital Film and Audiences
- Recommended Viewing
- (p.1) Introduction
- The Liverpool Companion to World Science Fiction Film
- Liverpool University Press
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