Browsing Category

Issue 64 | September 2012

Warner Roadshow Studios

Goldsmith B, Ward S and O’Regan T, 2010, Local Hollywood: Global Film Production and the Gold Coast

In 1988 Warner Roadshow Studios opened on the Gold Coast in south-east Queensland, with four soundstages and other facilities to support film and television production.

La Jetee

Welcome to Issue 64 of our journal

[caption id="attachment_12479" align="alignright" width="300" caption="La Jetee"][/caption] He seemed immortal, Chris Marker. For so long the basic empirical data of his life – his name, date

Chris Marker


Chris Marker Special Dossier: My Letter from Siberia by Murray Pomerance Séance “C.M.” by Gavin Keeney Montage as Resonance: Chris Marker and the Dialectical Image by Daniel

The Overlanders

Key Moments in Australian Cinema

Contents: Luke Buckmaster on Dead End Drive-In Kit Harvey on Red Hill Lesley Speed on Ants in His Pants Adrian Danks on The Overlanders Stephen

Holy Motors

Festival Reports

[caption id="attachment_12467" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Holy Motors"][/caption] Contents: Jorge Mourinha on Vila do Conde International Short Film Festival Sally Shafto on Khouribga Bill Mousoulis on Karlovy

Hourglass Sanatorium

Cinémathèque Annotations on Film

[caption id="attachment_12473" align="alignright" width="298" caption="The Hourglass Sanatorium"][/caption] Contents: Tony Williams on The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks Shari Kizirian


Book Reviews

[caption id="attachment_12470" align="alignright" width="222" caption="Peter Lorre: Face Maker"][/caption] Contents: Mary Harrod on Richard Linklater Mike Walsh on The Shadowcatchers: A History of Cinematography in Australia

Letter From Siberia

My Letter from Siberia

I went with my close friends Steve Miller and Nancy Corwin, sometime in the autumn of 1969 (when I was twenty-three), to see Chris Marker’s

A Clockwork Orange

Kubrick Creator: Alchemy in Stanley Kubrick’s Films

How one should turn to stone. - Slowly slowly become hard like a precious stone - and finally lie there still and silent, to the

A Simple Story

Claude Sautet: Purity and Invention

What is the thing in its essential nature and how is it to be treated? Those are the two fundamental questions for the artist. They

Back to Top Copyright © 2013 - Senses of Cinema All rights reserved.