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Issue 14

Dead Man

Dead Man (1996 USA/Germany 120mins) 35mm Prod Co: 12-Gauge Productions, Pandora Film, FFA Berlin Filmboard, Berlin-Brandenburg, Filmstiftung NRW Prod: Demetra J. MacBride Dir, Scr: Jim

Third Time’s the Charm: A Memory Essay to Andrew Sarris

The process of discovering and appreciating a film critic

Report on the 4th Bermuda International Film Festival

(April 20-26 2001) Quite apart from the movies it presented, the 4th annual Bermuda International Film Festival had one attraction no other such event

A Corner in Wheat: An Analysis

An insightful discussion of Griffith's landmark short film

Demolishing a Wall

Bringing together various theories, cinemas and TV, Routt reflects on 'place' and 'space'

Re-animating the Lost Objects d’Childhood and the Everyday: Jan Svankmajer

Paint in the leaves, the wind, insects buzzing in the summer heat, and then wait … for the bird to sing. - from “How to

An Impressionist Work: Mullet

As this is a critique and not a review I won’t offer a synopsis, on the assumption that readers have seen the film. Mullet (David

The 43rd San Francisco International Film Festival – A Report

April 19 – May 3 2001 This year the San Francisco International Film Festival said good-bye to its creative director of 19 years, Peter Scarlet,

The Short Film – A Symposium

Filmmakers and writers reflect on their favourite short films

Displaced? Shifting Politics of Place and Itinerary in International Cinema

Dina traces a new cinema in which traditional hierarchies of centre and periphery no longer apply

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