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Issue 30

Welcome to Issue 30 of our journal!

As in previous years, our first issue for 2004 leads off with a collection of lists of the best films of the last 12 months,

2003 World Poll – Part 3

The Entries Miguel Marías Philip Matthews James May Olaf Möller Sarah Nichols Darragh O’Donoghue John Orr Alan Pavelin Alberto Pezzotta Jit Phokaew Mike Plante Jared

2003 World Poll – Part 2

The Entries Cynthia Fuchs Chris Fujiwara Krin Gabbard John Gianvito Anthony I. Ginnane Aaron Goldberg Adam Hart Dave Heaton Grady Hendrix James Hewison Lee Hill

David Lean

b. March 25, 1908, Croydon, Surrey, England d. April 16, 1991, London, England filmography bibliography articles in Senses web resources Film is a dramatised reality

2003 World Poll – Part 1

The Entries Acquarello Peg Aloi Michael J. Anderson Geoff Andrew Saul Austerlitz Matt Bailey Martyn Bamber Mike Bartlett Nicholas Butler Peter Calder Thomas Caldwell Mark

Monte Hellman: His Life and Films by Brad Stevens

(Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Co., 2002) What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the

Perversion – An Introduction

An introduction to the concept of the "perverse" and to this special spotlight on perversion within cinema, representation, and theory

Report from the AFI Film Festival: Bruno The Dog and Other Dreamers

I might have been the only accredited journalist who did not see a single American film at the latest American Film Institute (AFI) Film Festival

Towards a Perverse Neo-Baroque Cinematic Aesthetic: Raúl Ruiz’s Poetics of Cinema

Both Ruiz's writings and his cinema are underpinned by a truly unique, radical and perverse aesthetic

Off-Key: What the Critics Missed in The Singing Detective

Critics who dismissed Keith Gordon's The Singing Detective as a failed adaptation or musical have missed the point, argues Tonguette, who sees the film as

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