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Issue 27

The Frontiers of Genre and Trance: Five Films by Jess Franco

Despite having seen only a portion of Franco's incredibly vast oeuvre, Max's discussion is nevertheless insightful, uncovering the workings of what he refers to as

Cynicism Overruled: The 2003 St Kilda Film Festival

This is the first time I've seen more than a couple of sessions from the annual St. Kilda short film festival. So when I say

Minority Report: A Dystopic Vision

Social oppression and philosophical uncertainty define the noir atmosphere of Spielberg’s least overtly religious science-fiction film

Takeshi Kitano

b. January 18, 1947, Tokyo, Japan filmography bibliography articles in Senses web resources Takeshi Kitano was the youngest of four children born to a Tokyo

The Merchant of Four Seasons

The Merchant of Four Seasons (1971 West Germany 89 mins) Source: ACMI/NLA Prod Co: Tango Film/Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF) Prod: Ingrid Fassbinder (Caven) Dir, Scr:

Phantasmatic Fissures: Spider

As a film which dramatises a state of 'schizophrenia', MacCormack argues, by going beyond psychoanalysis, that Spider and indeed Cronenberg's films generally offer creative possibilities

Censorship Forum at the Sydney Film Festival

Earlier this year, a local video distributor seeking to release Ken Park (Larry Clark & Ed Lachman, 2002) for sale and hire throughout Australia submitted

Paradise Regained: Queen Kelly and the Lure of the ‘Lost’ Film

Why do ‘lost’ or mutilated films hold such fascination? O’Donoghue searches for an answer in the fragmentary legacy of the patron saint of the film

Alexander Kluge

b. February 14, 1932, Halberstadt, Germany filmography bibliography web resources In February 1982 Rainer Werner Fassbinder wrote a short article for Berlinaletip, a special issue

Un chant d’amour

Un Chant d'amour/Song of love (1950 France 26 mins) Source: ACMI/NLA Filmmaker: Jean Genet Phot: Jacques Natteau Cast: Java, André Reybaz, Lucien Senemaud Jean Genet

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