Issue 56 | October 2010
Like Thomas Edison, the Lumiere Brothers, and many others, Berlin based pioneers the Skladanowsky Brothers stake a claim in the amorphous origins of the cinema.
Little known outside his homeland, Spanish filmmaker and visual artist Iván Zulueta’s career spanned the Franco and post-Franco era. In that time he made a
Z man, or: how do you solve a problem like Rico Ilarde – (A horror filmmaker? An indie artist? Pinoy? Pinoy?)?
Where does Rico Ilarde sit in the Filipino film scene? And, how does one account for the myriad of influences (cinematic and cultural) that course
Spain v. Holland projected on to a movie screen reveals the “audience’s bare face” in a way that is lost to spectators at a movie
The recent release of the Stones remastered early seventies album, Exile on Main Street, has occasioned the resurfacing of all manner of detritus from the
Once, and appropriately, Melbourne based filmmaker Leo Berkeley went under the moniker of “last of the independents”. Having shaped a decades-long body of work on
Attentive to oral histories, Gaylene Preston has fashioned a distinctive body of work over the course of decades, inclusive of her most recent film Home