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    CINEASTE
    America's Leading Magazine On The Art And Politics Of The Cinema
    Page last updated:
    13 July 2015
    24 April 2015
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Mike
    Pierre Greenfield
    Scott Matheson
    Brian Poynton
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    Quarterly magazine from New York, United States published by Cineaste Publishers,


    - First issue: 1967
    - 154 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - Reviews, interviews, and features
    - Editor: Gary Crowdus.
    - Website: www.cineaste.com/

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    Issue #107
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    Vol 28 #4 September 2003
    Stephen Frears, Peter Mullan, Alfred Hitchcock, American Splendor, Capturing the Friedmans,Mockumentaries.
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    Issue #106
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    Vol 28 #3 June 2003
    Spike Lee, Michael Haneke, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Russian Ark cinematographer Tilman Buttner, Joe Bob Briggs.
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    Issue #105
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    Vol 28 #2 March 2003
    Bertrand Tavernier, Costa-Gavras, 8 Mile,Joe Bob Briggs on Shaft, Bowling for Columbine, Auto Focus, Frida.
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    Issue #108
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    Vol 29 #1 December 2003
    Welles's The Other Side of the Wind,The Three Stooges, Emmanuelle Beart, Chen Kaige, 40-page Contemporary Spanish Cinema supplement, Whale Rider, The Fog of War, Lost in Translation.
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