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Issue 35

In Search of Lost Time: Friends and Paul and Michelle

Both these films were much maligned on their initial release. This appreciation rescues them from critical oblivion

People Make Papers

People Make Papers (1965 Australia 16 mins) Source: ACMI Collections Prod Co: Cinesound Productions Dir: Fred Schepisi Phot: Peter Purvis Ed: Brian Kavanagh The very

Nationalism for the Main Course: Bangkok International Film Festival

January 13–24, 2005 At the time of this writing, two domestic events of historical significance have recently come to pass in Thailand. The latest, in

The Cinema Effect by Sean Cubitt

Sean Cubitt's book, The Cinema Effect, is an intricate philosophical analysis of film. Following from studies like Gilles Deleuze's Cinema 1 and Cinema 2, Stephen

‘Sex sells’ as a Revolution

The seminal hardcore cross-over film Deep Throat gets put under the spotlight

Place de l’Etoile

Paris vu par…: Place de l'Etoile (1965 France 27 mins) Source: ACMI Collections Prod Co: Les Filmes du Cyprès/Les Films du Losange Prod: Barbet Schroeder

An Interview with Françoise Romand

In recent times, documentaries have been big at the box-office, but some of the best and most experimental in approach remain relatively unknown. Françoise Romand

Underworld

Underworld (1927 USA 81 mins) Source: NFVLS Prod Co: Paramount Prod: Hector Turnbull Dir: Josef von Sternberg Scr: Robert N. Lee, from Ben Hecht's story,

To the Distant Insider: A Local’s Guide to the 2005 Adelaide Film Festival

February 18–March 3, 2005 In the second of his two programmed lectures at the Mercury Cinema, special guest film scholar David Bordwell described the second

Jonathan Rosenbaum, The Essential Critic: Essential Cinema: On the Necessity of Film Canons by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Jonathan Rosenbaum's Essential Cinema: On the Necessity of Film Canons (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University, 2004), takes a canonical view of cinema, asserting the

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