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Issue 26

Ford Rises from the Dead. Again.

John Ford's early film, Bucking Broadway, was recently 'found' in Paris and later restored. Ford expert, Tag Gallagher appraises the restoration

Welcome to Issue 26 of our journal!

By chance more than design, this issue has a sombre cast to it. Some of the films discussed here explore contemporary scenarios of social alienation and

Stan Brakhage: A Short Introduction

Camper explores the visionary, innovative and beautiful nature of Brakhage's film work, and the man's generous spirit

Dorothy Arzner

b. January 3, 1897(?), San Francisco, California, USA d. October 10, 1979, La Quinta, California, USA filmography bibliography articles in Senses web resources When I

A Journey Through Italian cinema

Pezzotta argues that a good deal of Italian cinema's innovative and politically-engaged directors remain unexplored in Martin Scorsese's Il Mio Viaggio in Italia

Tsai Ming-liang

b. 1957, Kuching, Malaysia filmography bibliography articles in Senses web resources The River (1997), Tsai Ming-liang’s third feature-length film, opens with a static shot of

The Boys from Fengkuei

The Boys from Fengkuei (1983 Taiwan 98 mins) Source: Chinese Taipei Film Archive/HHH Films Prod Co: Evergreen Prod: Liu Sheng-chung Dir: Hou Hsiao-hsien Scr: Chu

A Remembrance for Stan Brakhage

A celebration of Brakhage's inspiring life and work, by a friend and collaborator

Charles Burnett

b. April 13, 1944, Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA filmography bibliography web resources I think a strong case can be made that Charles Burnett is the most

Infernal Affairs: High Concept in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's most ambitious blockbuster reveals shifts in the industrial logic of world cinema

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