Features

Chris Marker Special Dossier: My Letter from Siberia by Murray Pomerance Séance “C.M.” by Gavin Keeney Montage as Resonance: Chris Marker and the Dialectical Image by Daniel...

Festival Reports

Holy Motors Contents: Jorge Mourinha on Vila do Conde International Short Film Festival Sally Shafto on Khouribga Bill Mousoulis on Karlovy Vary Alison Frank on New Horizons Paul Macovaz on...

Book Reviews

Peter Lorre: Face Maker Contents: Mary Harrod on Richard Linklater Mike Walsh on The Shadowcatchers: A History of Cinematography in Australia Richard Martin on David Lynch Todd Herzog on Peter Lorre:...

Features

Contents: “Yes, We Must Improve Ourselves”: Damsels in Distress by Peter Tonguette April and August: Moonrise Kingdom by Max Nelson Blood from a Stone: Go Go Tales by Murray...

Book Reviews

Contents: Michelle Langford on A Social History of Iranian Cinema: volumes 1 & 2 Daniele Rugo on Les Ècarts du Cinema Justin Owen Rawlins on Famous Faces Yet Not Themselves: The Misfits and Icons...

Festival Reports

Contents: Vera Brunner-Sung on the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival Daniel Fairfax on Cannes Cerise Howard on Fribourg Mike Walsh on the Hong Kong International Film Festival Yun Mi Hwang on...

Welcome to Issue 61 of our journal

“If ever anyone has the courage and the time to write a great chronicle of the French New Wave, I suspect that Jacques Rivette’s L’amour fou will emerge as the climax and the crisis, the moment when...