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Issue 33

Draggin’ The River: The Ister

An essay that travels upriver from a viewing of this unique, probing film to that black sheep of twentieth century German philosophy, Martin Heidegger, and

Welcome to Issue 33 of our journal!

Here in Australia, this month has seen Prime Minister John Howard and his conservative government re-elected with an increased majority, despite widely expressed dismay over

Before Sunrise, or Los Angeles Plays Itself In a Lonely Place

Michael Mann's Collateral is an ode to the cool “steel and glass” splendour of Los Angeles, from sunset to sunrise

Twenty-Four Eyes

Twenty-Four Eyes/Nijushi no hitomi (1954 Japan 155 mins) Source: NFVLS Prod Co: Shochiku Dir: Keisuke Kinoshita Scr: Keisuke Kinoshita, based on Sakae Tsuboi’s novel Phot:

Love in Flight: François Truffaut’s La Peau Douce

To mark the 20th anniversary of Truffaut's death, we present this re-appraisal of one of his finest and most underrated films

Behind Locked Doors

Behind Locked Doors (1948 USA 62 mins) Source: PC Prod Co: Aro Productions/Eagle-Lion Films Prod: Eugene Ling Dir: Budd Boetticher Scr: Eugene Ling, Malvin Wald,

A Report on the 53rd Melbourne International Film Festival

On the opening day of the 53rd Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) I find myself watching Abbas Kiarostami’s 10 on Ten (2004). While not quite

George Cukor

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Channelling Democracy: Control Room

This documentary on the Middle Eastern TV network Al-Jazeera raises questions about the meaning of journalistic objectivity

The Virgin Spring

The Virgin Spring (Jungfrukällan) (1960 Sweden 88 mins) Source: ACMI Collections Prod Co: Svensk Filmindustri Prod: Ingmar Bergman, Allan Ekelund (Uncredited) Dir: Ingmar Bergman Screenplay:

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