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Issue 41

Desire, Passion and Power: Women in the Festival of German Films

Goethe Institut Festival of German Films Australia April, 2006 Women were more powerfully represented in front of the camera than behind it at this year’s

On the Occasion of Remembering the Golden Gate: The 49th San Francisco International Film Festival

20 April – 4 May 2006 “San Francisco’s in a tough position” tells me the editor of a major American film magazine, at a festival

A Taxidermia Indeed: Stuffed to the Gills at MIFF Although Still a Little Miffed at Some Stuff: The 55th Melbourne International Film Festival

26 July – 13 August, 2006 Excepting an Opening Night publicity coup, of which, more below, the Melbourne International Film Festival’s last year with James

Womanising: The 20th Cinema Ritrovato

1-9 July, 2006 Bologna’s Cinema Ritrovato stands alone among the world’s film festivals for the quality and breadth of classic and little-known titles it presents.

Relative, But Also Absolute: The 53rd Sydney Film Festival

9–25 June, 2006 Whether the glass is half-empty or half-full, let us be thankful that we can still drink. But let us also prod the

A Report on Cinema at the Periphery: An International Film Studies Conference, Centre for Film Studies, University of St Andrews

15–17 June, 2006 Inaugurating the first year’s work of the new Centre for Film Studies at the University of St Andrews, the prestige of this

“Dhow Aesthetics”: Negotiating the Global and the Local: The 9th Zanzibar International Film Festival

14–25 July, 2006 At the first roundtable of the 9th Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) of the Dhow Countries, held from the 4th to the

A View from the 41st Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

30 June – 8 July, 2006 Karlovy Vary consists of three worlds that coexist hand in hand, blissfully unaware of one another. One is that

Letters to the World: Erice-Kiarostami: Correspondences Curated by Alain Bergala and Jordi Balló

Review of the recent exhibition inspired by the correspondences between these two great filmmakers that featured in Barcelona, subsequently in Madrid and destined for Paris

Hitchcock’s Aventure Malgache (or the True Story of DZ 91)

The fate of Alfred Hitchcock’s little-seen film about the French Resistance reads like one of his own espionage thrillers. Hitchcock scholar Alain Kerzoncuf tracks through

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