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Whose Latin American Cinema?; The Battle of Algiers at 50; Spike Lee does Chicago; An Interview With Julie Dash; film festival reports from Il Cinema Ritrovato, Locarno, and Toronto; and more!

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A special dossier on Chantal Akerman with articles by Ivone Margulies, Laura Mulvey, and an interview by B. Ruby Rich; plus a report from the goEAST film festival; and more!

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Jill Soloway’s Transparent and the New Television; Ex Machina In The Garden; Rituparno Ghosh’s Bariwali; interviews with Christopher Harris, Annie Baker, and Hanna Polak; festival reports from IDFA and Sundance; and more!

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A Dossier on Eduardo Coutinho; Festival Reports From Trinidad + Tobago, Copenhagen, Pordenone; an Interview with László Nemes; and more!

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Carol, Jurassic World, The Look of Silence; Carlos Fuentes, Cinephile; RIP: Wes Craven, Candida Royalle, & Homage To Chantal Akerman; Festival Reports From Odessa, Mumbai, Toronto; Finding Lost Films; and more!

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Bruno Dumont’s L’il Quinquin; The Folk/Minjian Memory Project in China; Roy Andersson: An Interview; Carlos Adriano’s Sem Titulo #1: Dance of Leitfossil; Cannes 2015 Festival Report; and more!

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Black Media Matters: The Bombing Of Osage Avenue; Jia Zhangke’s A Touch Of Sin; Mickey Horror: Escape From Tomorrow; Marguerite Duras Centennial; Interview With Eugène Green; and more…

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SPECIAL DOSSIER ON RICHARD LINKLATER; plus Citizenfour, Top of the Lake and Orange Is the New Black, Jauja, Page Views, and more…

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FEATURES: The Master’s Voice; The Western Film And Psychoanalysis; Xavier Dolan Gets Respect; The Cinematic Life Of The Implosion; plus Festival Reports, Page Views, and more…

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FEATURES: Watermelon Man; Cinema’s Year Of OS Romance; The Missing Picture; Richard Linklater’s Instant Epic; Epistolary Architecture In Three Recent Video Games; Concerning Violence; plus Festival Reports, Page Views, and more…

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FEATURES: Cinema’s Sex Acts; Ten Thousand Waves; Male Beauty and the Erotics of Intimacy; Under the Skin; plus Festival Reports, Page Views, and more…

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FEATURES: An Interview with Agnieszka Holland; Yang Fudong and the Gallery Film; IDA‘s Window on Vanished Lives; plus Festival Reports, Reviews, and more…

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FEATURES: A Special Dossier on The Act of Killing; An interview with Fatimah Tobing Rony; The Morelia Film Festival; Sundance at Thirty; and more…

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FEATURES: Ragtime, Black History, And Postmodernism; Haneke’s Endgame; IMAX and Its Doubles; Cinematic Encounters in Beijing; Interviews With Jonathan Caouette and Ross Mcelwee

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FEATURES: Hitchcock on Truffaut, Moonrise Kingdom, Interviews with Amie Siegel, Sharon Lockhart, Jane Gillooly, The Films of Koji Wakamatsu, Elio Petri’s The Working Class Goes to Heaven, Upstream Color and more!

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FEATURES: Global Cinema And Contagion, Film Scholarship And The Cultural Politics Of The Dark Knight Franchise, Pedro Almodóvar’s Los Amantes Pasajeros (I’m So Excited), and more!

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FEATURES: Conversion and Culture Shock; Eastman Kodak RIP; plus festival reports from New York, Romania, and Sundance

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FEATURES: Hauntology; Boardwalk Empire; an Interview with Michael Glawogger; and William Klein’s Documentary Method

READ: Paul Juian Smith’s Spanish Cinema Roundup and Colin McCabe’s Cannes Notebook

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FEATURES: Melancholia and the Comedy of Abandon; The Hunger Games and other Precarious Dystopias; the Arts of Imitation, Information Managers, and Several Sides of Errol Morris.

READ: Interview with Manuel Alberto Claro, Paul Julian Smith on Cabin in the Woods, a review of the book Film: A Very Short Introduction, and a tribute to Film Quarterly founding editor Ernest “Chick” Callenbach.

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FEATURES: An interview with David Cronenberg; essays on: fairytale films; timing and vulnerability in Hitchcock’s films, and Raffaello Matarazzo’s melodramas; plus discussions of A Dangerous Method, Cave of Forgotten Dreams, and Carnage

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FEATURES: Interviews with Alice Rohrwacher, Miranda July, Pawel Wojtasik, John Akomfrah, and Nuri Bilge Ceylan; and reviews of The Interrupters and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.

READ: Interview with Göran Hugo Olsson, Fall and Rise, Misfits, Out of Sight

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FEATURES: Interviews with Janus Metz and with Dai Sil Kim-Gibson; an analysis of films about financial meltdown; and reviews of Todd Haynes’s Mildred Pierce and Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life.

READ: Bad Blood; Poison: Caviar and Ketchup; Three Endings; and Pope-Shrinking

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FEATURES: Films of the Year, 2010; An Interview with Apichatpong Weerasethakul; and a survey of contemporary German director Fatih Akin.

READ: Into the Past, Egyptian Stories, Dovzhenko: Folk Tale and Revolution, and Edge of Darkness.

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FEATURES: The traveling films of Hiroshi Shimizu, Rosellini’s Pictorial Histories, an exploration of Inception, and a review of The Social Network.

READ: Homesickness, The Looking Class, Park City Remix, and an interview with Andrei Ujică

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FEATURES: A survey of Kathryn Bigelow’s cinema; an interview with Patrick Keiller; a reflection on the links between documentary and avant-garde; and the visionary television shows World on a Wire and Artemis 81

READ: Cristi Puiu Discusses Aurora, At the Edge of History, London Notebook, and Interview with Olivier Assayas

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FEATURES: Interviews with Atom Egoyan and Elia Suleiman, and Straub–Huillet’s Radical Cinema

READ: The Kraken Wakes, Empire of the Father, Tears in the Neighborhood, and Jobs Well Done

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FEATURES: Films of the Year, 2009; Debunking the 1960s in Mad Men and A Serious Man; and Garrett Stewart and James S. Williams on The White Ribbon

READ: Three Types of Nothing, Remarks on Method, South by Southwest 2010, and Vertov’s World

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Jane Campion, Dusan Makavejev, and an interview with Leonard Retel Helmrich.

READ: The Struggle for Space, Brown vs. Brawne: Bright Star, The Lonely Road

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Claire Denis, Militant Politics in Cinema, True Blood.

READ: Fugitive Faces, Catcalling, Debating Inglourious Basterds, and The H-Man vs Liquid Human

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Imamura, Chinese Independent Documentaries, The Films of Peter Thompson, and L.A.’s Hipster Cinema

READ: Against Nature, The Avant Garde Archive Online, The Future in Labor, Le Plaisir

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Mediating Torture, Vampyr, Film Culture in Madrid, New Paths for German Cinema, and the 2008 Films of the Year

READ: Heaven Knows We’re Digital Now, Cinema for a New Grand Game, The Earrings of Madame de…, La malavita: Gomorrah and Naples

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Superhero blockbusters, The New World, Miklos Jancso, the “Orked” Trilogy, and an interview with Todd Haynes

READ: Send in the Cyborgs, Revitalizing Film Criticism, La Ronde, and Reconsidering John Frankenheimer

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Dramatic fragmentation, John Gianvito, Lebanese Cinema, The Wire, and an interview with David Simon

READ: Make-Believe, Memory Failure, Post Festum, Vertigo, The Wire for Tourists?

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Anniversary Essays; Grindhouse, Paranoid Park, Redacted, Southern Indian Cinema, Michaelangelo Antonioni, Activist Documentaries, Adam Curtis, and a look back on 50 years of Film Quarterly

READ: On Looking Back, The Rise and Fall of Film Criticism, Ghost Law, Spatter Pattern, and founding editor Ernest Callenbach looks back on 50 years

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4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days; Classic Japanese cinema; Cinematic Tokyo; Andre Bazin, and the 2007 Films of the Year

READ: Arthouse Elephant, The New World System, Whose County?, and “California Video”

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Godard, Bereavement films, Ominous dramas, The Wire, Parisian cinema, frame-capturing, and film culture in Rome

READ: Easy Words, The End, Cyperpicketing, and American Mess

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Progressive era American cinema, Sicko, British music subcultures, Chaotic Ana, London Avant-garde, Mindframes, and an interview with David Gatten

READ: From Handmade to Hi-tech; A Backlot in Bulgaria; Playing Undead; Myths, Mothers, and Monoliths

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The Namesake, French war films, Into Great Silence, The Lives of Others, Cleo from 5 to 7, YouTube; democratization v regulation

READ: A Public Place, All That Is Solid Melts Into War, The Online Stump, and The Hungry Cinema of Stephen Dwoskin

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Comparisons of Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima; Haneke; Inside the Actors Studio, and an interview with Oliver Stone

READ: Tuning Up, and a review of Pan’s Labyrinth

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Special Issue on Brokeback Mountain, plus reviews of Volver, The Line of Beauty, Passio; and an interview with Fernando Perez

READ: Passio, and editor Rob White’s introduction to Brokeback

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Racial Camp, Samuel Fuller’s Film of Falkenau Concentration Camp, plus reviews of When the Levees Broke, Time to Leave, and a Day-long video tribute to Nam June Paik

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Stanley Kubrick, Film Noir, and Transnationality and Identity. Plus reviews of Dog Days, No Man’s Land, and The Merchant of Venice

READ: a review of No Man’s Land

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Movie Violence in The Passion of the Christ, an interview with Aki Kaurismaki, and the New Verticality of Special Effects. Plus reviews of Cache, Wedding in Galilee, and The Cyclist

READ: a review of Cache

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Ideology in Nature Films, The Forty Days of Musa Dagh, The First Eco-Disaster Film?, and The Demise of Digital (Print #1). Plus reviews of Two Brothers and 9 Songs

READ: The Battle to Film The Forty Days of Musa Dagh

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Chihwaseon, Frantz Fanon, Donkey Skin, and Farenheit 9/11. Plus reviews of Nobody Knows and The Ninth Day.

READ: Why Less is Still Moore — Celebrity and the Reactive Politics of Farenheit 9/11

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Disney’s Silly Symphonies, Russian Ark, Harry Langdon, and part 2 of our Annual Film Book Survey. Plus reviews of Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . and Spring, and Lost in Translation

READ: a review of Lost in Translation

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Dolby Digital, Postsocialist China, The Grand Style, and part 1 or our Annual Film Book Survey. Plus reviews of In the Cut and Hero

READ: a review of Hero

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