In this issue: Nanook of the North, Flaherty’s controversial and ambitious depiction of the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic region; cinematic presentations of uprisings against oppression; the film inspired work of Lisbon based artist, Luis Melo. Also included is an analysis of posters that mark momentous social events. The increasing popularity of cinemas as a venue for weddings is discussed. On Location looks at Beijing as an irresistible setting for film-makers. Also: how Night of the Living Dead changed cinema forever.