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Issue 66 | March 2013

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Welcome to Issue 66 of our journal

This issue of Senses is dedicated to the memory of Nicola White (1964-2013). Nicola – or “Nicki” as she was affectionately known to friends and

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Features

Contents To the Viewer: On Nicholas Ray’s We Can’t Go Home Again by Susan Ray Sirk, Hollywood and Genre by Tom Ryan Bodies in Filmic Space:

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From Ubu Roi to My Generation: A Tribute to Albie Thoms

Albie Thoms (1941-2012) was one of the most significant figures of Australian postwar film culture. In a peripatetic career that stretched from his adventurous work

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Cinémathèque Annotations on Film

Contents Darragh O’Donoghue on Ballad of Narayama  Brian Darr on Carmen Comes Home  Gregory Dolgopolov on Khrustalyov, My Car!  Tara Judah on Comrades  Hamish Ford

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Book Reviews

Contents  Dimitrios Latsis on Film, Art, New Media: Museum without Walls? Kath Dooley on The Beauty of the Real: What Hollywood Can Learn From Contemporary French

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Festival Reports

Contents Matthew Flanagan on BFI London’s Experimenta Weekend  Bérénice Reynaud  on AFI FEST & American Film Market (AFM) Dirk de Bruyn on the Alternative Film/Video

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Cecil B. DeMille

b. Cecil Blount deMille, 12th August 1881, Ashfield, Massachusetts, USA d. 21st January 1959, Hollywood, California, USA 1. The Enigmatic Pop Culture Professional Legendary producer-director

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To the Viewer: On Nicholas Ray’s We Can’t Go Home Again

It’s taken almost four decades to bring you Nick’s last full-length film We Can’t Go Home Again, and not for lack of trying. Why so long?

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In Dreams and Imagination: Surrealist Values in Mulholland Dr. and Inland Empire

Given that Surrealism is commonly cited as one of many artistic influences on David Lynch, attempts to view his films within this framework are surprisingly

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Notes on Sans Soleil

1 “I’ve been around the world several times, and now only banality still interests me.”  At the beginning of Chris Marker’s Sans soleil (1983), a

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