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FILM
Monthly Journal Of The British Federation Of Film Societies


- First issue: 1954
- Published in London by the "Federation of Film Societies", which later became the "British Federation of Film Societies (BFFS)".
- Since 1972 incorporating FILM NEWS and since 1973 BRITISH FEDERATION OF FILM SOCIETIES NEWSLETTER.
- "It is a mistake to say that this magazine ceased publication in 1984. There are several issues from later dates. However, it was, from the late 80s, published in a much more compact newsletter form". (P.G.)
- Published by BFFS

Magazine
from
London
United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
29 July 2016

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218 listed issue(s)

December 1996

Contents include: A Working Weekend In Cardiff (article by Adam Applegate); Scots' 35mm. DIY Viewing Session (article by Russell Edwards); Richard Crowned At Shaftesbury: The South-West Viewing Session (report by Brian Clay); Equipment And Accessories On Offer (article by Chris White); Film Society Of The Year Awards; Going Greek (article by Peter Cargin); The London Film Festival At 40 (article by Mansel Stimpson); Film Reviews: BRASSED OFF; GABBEH; I SHOT ANDY WARHOL; KANSAS CITY; MICHAEL COLLINS; MR. RELIABLE; THE PILLOW BOOK; SLEEPERS; SURVIVING PICASSO; TRUE BLUE; Book Reviews: including "The Oxford History Of World Cinema" and "Inside Stories - Diaries Of British Film-Makers At Work"; and much else besides.


January 1990

Contents include: Round Trip To Drama (article by Robert Angell); The Sardines Are Back! (article by Charles Hedges); Looking For Cinema: A Report On Cinematic And Non-Cinematic Events In The 33rd London Film Festival (article by Mansel Stimpson); Guild Gears Up For The 1990s (article by "J. R."); Book Reviews: "Tales Of The Dark Knight" by Mark Cotta Vaz and "The Time Out Film Guide"; Let's Put On A (Good) Show (article by Phill Walkley); Obituary: Charles Roebuck (by harry Carter).


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August 1987

Contents include: THE MORNING AFTER (review article by Douglas McVay); It Happened (article by John Halas); Cannes 1987 (report by Peter Cargin); Passed But Still Dancing (obituary article for Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth, uncredited); Feminism And Film Future (article by Peter Fruin); Book Reviews: "Horror Shows" by Gene Wright; "Itinerant Cameraman" by Walter Lassally; "Understanding Movies" by Louis Giannetti; "Marilyn Among Friends" by Sam Shaw and Norman Rosten; WISH YOU WERE HERE (review article by Douglas McVay); Column: "The Cutting Edge" (by "B.E.").


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