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Issue 31

Ford Till ’47

“The essential Ford composition is a person acting freely within a geometric space,” writes Gallagher in this close look at the first half of a

Welcome to Issue 31 of our journal!

For this issue, we considered launching a wide-ranging investigation into the current state of Australian film culture. Then we realised this would bore everyone to

Arsenal

Arsenal (1929 USSR 93 mins) Source: ACMI/NLA Prod Co: VUFKU Prod, Dir, Scr, Ed: Alexander Dovzhenko Phot: Daniil Demutsky Art Dir: Vadim Myuller, Iosif Shpinel

Woman in the Moon

Woman in the Moon/Girl in the Moon/By Rocket to the Moon (1929 Germany 108 mins) Source: NLA/ACMI Prod Co: Ufa Prod, Dir: Fritz Lang Scr:

The Mirror of Memory: African Film and the Question of Criticism

Internationally, African film has long been considered an “exotic dish that can only be ordered as a side order and not the main course” (Haile

The Decay of Fiction

The Decay of Fiction (2002 USA 73 mins) Source: Pat O’Neill Prod Co: Lookout Mountain Films Prod: Rebecca Hartzell, Pat O’Neill Dir, Scr, Ed: Pat

The Eye Boundary: Repulsion

Translated by Angélique Tavormina Repulsion (1965 UK 105 mins) Source: Sharmill Films Prod Co: Compton Films Prod: Gene Gutowski Dir: Roman Polanski Scr: Gérard Brach,

Annotations from the Edge of an Abyss: Rogério Sganzerla’s Anthropophagic Film Collages

A tribute to Rogério Sganzerla, Brazilian filmmaker extraordinaire, who whilst working in an era of military dictatorship made culturally and aesthetically radical, subversive films which

L’Avventura

L’Avventura (1960 Italy 145 mins) Source: ScreenSound Australia Prod Co: Cino del Duca/PCE/Lyre Prod: Amato Pennasilico Dir: Michelangelo Antonioni Scr: Michelangelo Antonioni, Elio Bartolini, Tonino

John Sayles

b. September 28, 1950, Schenectady, NY, USA filmography bibliography web resources It might not be New York City, but we do all right. You can

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