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Issue 65 | December 2012

Notre Musique

Notre musique: Godard’s Shot/Reverse Shot Ruminations on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

An admitted anti-Zionist with a history of ardent support for Palestinian opposition to Israel, Jean-Luc Godard frequently uses his films as a forum in which


2012 World Poll – Part One

THE ENTRIES PART ONE Antti Alanen Michael J. Anderson Geoff Andrew Sean Axmaker Martyn Bamber Michael Bartlett Paolo Bertolin Pamela Biénzobas Cis Bierinckx Yvette Biro


2012 World Poll – Part Two

Geoff Gardner Antony I. Ginnane Chiranjit Goswami Jaime Grijalba Lee Hill Alexander Horwath Florent Houde Peter Hourigan Cerise Howard Christoph Huber Dominik Kamalzadeh Daniel Kasman


2012 World Poll – Part Three

Peter Nagels Brad Nguyen Andy Norton Darragh O’Donohue Michael Pattison David Pearson Antoni Peris David Phelps Jit Phokaew Matías Piñeiro Phoebe Pua Bérénice Reynaud Marcos


Welcome to Issue 65 of our journal

What an odd event the European Film Awards is. Recently broadcast, the European Film Awards this year celebrated its Silver Jubilee edition. Like the Eurovision

11.25: The Day He Chose His Own Fate


Contents Love, Death, Truth–Amour by Roy Grundmann The Way Wakamatsu Chose His Own Fate: Political Mortality and Radical Dramaturgy by Philip Brophy Quotidian Melancholy: Marcel Hanoun’s Une

Van Diemen’s Land (2009)

Special Dossier: Tasmania and the Cinema

Introduction: Tasmania and the Cinema Tasmania’s intermittent relationship with the cinema dates back before the first feature film made on its rugged West Coast in 1925,


Festival Reports

Contents Jorge Mourinha DocLisboa Pierce Conran on Busan Michael Laff on Busan Daniel Fairfax and Joshua Sperling on New York Pamela Cohn on CPH:DOX Bérénice Reynaud

The Battle of Chile

Cinémathèque Annotations on Film

José Sarmiento on The Battle of Chile Christopher Sharrett on Nostalgia for the Light Louise Sheedy on Salvador Allende Lee Hill on The Pinochet Case

Michael Haneke

Book Reviews

Contents  Nicholas Godfrey on The long game: Conversations with independent iconoclasts Roger Corman, George A. Romero, and Charles Burnett Douglas Gomery on America’s Corporate Art:

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