Issue 62 | March 2012
Once upon a time in France, long, long before The Artist and all it represents was even a blimp on distant horizons, film culture had
After a short hiatus, the site is back up – with a facelift! There is still some fine tuning to do over the coming weeks
In depth interview with one of the seminal figures in the emergence of a Marxist/Althusserian oriented film theory. In this first of a two-part interview,
Looking into France’s international success with The Artist, Zafar Masud discovers the little-known history of a Parisian theatre and the cinéphiles that made its reputation.
Could all of this year’s major Oscar nominated films be read as allegories of the end of the “celluloid” era? Andrew Gilbert argues that, collectively,
Joseph Natoli discusses the incongruous presence of a black and white, silent film evoking Hollywood’s “golden age” in an era of hi-tech culture that has
Boy meets girl…and falls in love. In this case, Cary Grant with Ingrid Bergman in Notorious. Murray Pomerance’s analysis demonstrates how Hitchcock’s astute mise-en-scene makes
Insightful analysis of Basil Wright’s 1934 documentary that goes beyond the standard readings of the film in respect to its colonial discourse.
This article provides a penetrating analysis of the often over looked importance of audio elements and their design in a range of 1950’s film noirs
As many had expected, Benh Zeitlin’s first feature, Beasts of the Southern Wild, won The Grand Jury Prize, as well The Excellence in Cinematography Award