Issue 62 | March 2012
The biennial Bangkok Experimental Film Festival had its sixth incarnation from 24 January to 5 February 2012 with a focus on the archive as inspiration
Ugly city, beautiful cinema. It strikes me that the world’s major film festivals are opposed in nature to the cities that host them. Take Berlin.
Berlin was particularly icy this February; even discounting the gusts of wind that howled across Potsdamer Platz in the evenings, temperatures dropped below -20 °C.
Ginette Lavigne’s film offers a radical alternative to conventional uses of the sound/image dynamic
b. Feb 22, 1938, Leninakin (now Gyumri), Armenia. 1. In film festivals, cinémathèques, galleries and conferences around the world, the same scene plays itself over
Not long after joining the staff of The New Yorker in 1968, Pauline Kael wrote a review of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (George
Lubitsch and Meyers? At first glance an unlikely couple, yet Robert Alpert traces the convolutions of movie love across differing eras to reveal its continuities
In the late 19th century, film as a technology, art form and social phenomenon and psychoanalysis as theoretical and practical working with untamed parts of
Focusing on a key scene from Kubrick’s The Shining, Gabrielle Ringuet discusses how the actors’ vocal performances and the scene’s sound design contribute to its
Martin Scorsese concludes his A Personal Journey… Through American Movies (co-directed and co-written by Michael Henry Wilson, 1995) with a brief passage from Elia Kazan’s