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FILM QUARTERLY


- First issue: 1945
- Articles covering the entire field of film studies.
- "Interviews with innovative film- and video-makers, writers, editors, and cinematographers; readable discussion of issues in contemporary film theory; definitive, thoughtful reviews of international, avante garde, national cinemas, and documentaries".
- From University of California Press
- Quarterly; September, December, March, June.
- Continues QUARTERLY OF FILM, RADIO AND TELEVISION (ISSN: 1549-0068).
- Published by University of California Press Journals Division
- Website: www.filmquarterly.org

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Last updated:
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Spring 2014



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Fall 2012



Issue 260
Vol 65 # 4
Summer/June/July/August 2012

Tribute: Remembering Ernest "Chick" Callenbach
Ann Martin and Rob White
Marx and Coca-Cola: Enjoy the Silents
Joshua Clover
Screenings: Scare Quotes
Paul Julian Smith
Platforming: Dangerous Illusions
Caetlin Benson-Allott
Second Time Around: Medea
D. A. Miller
Encounter: Interview with Manuel Alberto Claro
Rob White
New York Notebook: Lucian Pintilie: Romania in Focus
Megan Ratner
Histories: Tied Up by Bunuel
Edward Buscombe
Intertitles: Goodbye to All That?
Paul Thomas
FEATURES
Comedy of Abandon: Lars von Trier's Melancholia
Marta Figlerowicz
Precarious Dystopias: The Hunger Games, In Time, and Never Let Me Go
Mark Fisher
Film Acting and the Arts of Imitation
James Naremore
Information Managers: The Andromeda Strain and The Man Who Fell to Earth
J. M. Tyree
Several Sides of Errol Morris
Kris Fallon
BOOK REVIEWS
Film: A Very Short Introduction, by Michael Wood
reviewed by David Sterritt
Cover photo: From left: Manuel Alberto Claro, Kirsten Dunst, Lars von Trier, Alexander Skarsg?rd, and Charlotte Gainsbourg on the set of Melancholia (Lars von Trier, 2011). Photo by Christian Geisnaes. Courtesy of Zentropa Productions.


Issue 259
Vol 65 # 3
Spring/March/April/May 2012



Issue 258
Vol 65 # 2
Winter/December 2011

Once Upon A Time In Anatolia
Lola Montes
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
PLUS: The Interrupters... and more!


Issue 257
Vol 65 # 1
Fall/September/October/November 2011



Issue 256
Vol 64 # 4
Summer/June/July/August 2011

Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
Faith Akin
Dogtooth
Mysteries of Lisbon
Alexander Dovzhenko
PLUS: Berlin... and more!


Issue 255
Vol 64 # 3
Spring/March/April/May 2011



Issue 254
Vol 64 # 2
Winter/December 2010

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



Issue 253
Vol 64 # 1
Fall/September/October/November 2010



Issue 252
Vol 63 # 4
Summer/June/July/August 2010

DEPARTMENTS
Editor's Notebook: Three Types of Nothing Rob White
Marx and Coca-Cola: Remarks on Method Joshua Clover
New York Notebook: Pathways and Detours William Johnson
Screenings: Students of Genre Paul Julian Smith
Talking Point: The Trouble with Perfume Ben Walters
Austin Notebook: South by Southwest, 2010 Jonathan Rosenbaum
Berlin Notebook: Anniversary Blues Edward Lawrenson
Berlin Notebook: Vorschneider in Focus Brigitta B. Wagner
Reconsideration: Vertov's World Nina Power
Reconsideration: Un-Dimensional Man: Dillinger is Dead Evan Calder Williams
Intertitles: Her Fine Soft Flesh Paul Thomas
FEATURES
Films of the Year, 2009 James Naremore
No Fun: Debunking the 1960s in Mad Men and A Serious Man J. M. Tyree
Pre-War Trauma: Haneke's The White Ribbon Garrett Stewart
Aberrations of Beauty: Violence and Cinematic Resistance in Haneke's The White Ribbon James S. Williams
BOOK REVIEWS


Issue 251
Vol 63 # 3
Spring/March/April/May 2010

- Sex, Politics, Montage: Makavejev Revisited
- Broken Embraces
- Sweetgrass
- Filming Indonesia: Leonard Retel Helmrich


Issue 250
Vol 63 # 2
Winter/December 2009

COLUMNS
Editor's Notebook: Fugitive Faces
Rob White
Marx and Coca-Cola: Allegory Bomb
Joshua Clover
New York Notebook: Going Offbeat
William Johnson
Second Time Around: The H-Man vs. Liquid Human
D.A. Miller
Talking Point: Debating Inglourious Basterds
Ben Walters
Manhattan Notebook: Uneasy Dreams
Paul Julian Smith
Encounter: Interview with Pedro Costa
James Hansen
Telluride Notebook: Hotel Colorado
Damon Young
Bedsit Cinema: The Baader Meinhof Complex
Christina Gerhardt
Nonfictions: Catcalling
Mark Sinker
Reconsideration: Le Plaisir: "La Maison Tellier"
V. F. Perkins
Intertitles: Runaways
Paul Thomas
ARTICLES
Why Do Some Images Begin to Tremble? Cinema Revisits Militant Politics
Nina Power
Warm-Blooded: True Blood and Let the Right One In
J.M. Tyree
A Subtle Story: 35 Shots of Rum
Yvette Biro
Romancing the Father in Claire Denis's 35 Shots of Rum
James S. Williams
BOOK REVIEWS


Issue 249
Vol 63 # 1
Fall/September/October/November 2009

COLUMNS
Editor's Notebook: Against Nature
Rob White
Marx and Coca-Cola: The Future in Labor
Joshua Clover
New York Notebook: Surviving
Danny Birchall
Talking Point: The Avant-Garde Archive Online
Danny Birchall
Reconsideration: Le Plaisir: "The Mask" and "The Model"
V. F. Perkins
Cannes Notebook: A Very Good Year
Colin MacCabe
San Francisco Notebook: Work Aesthetic
Lalitha Gopalan
Intertitles: Listing to Starboard
Paul Thomas
ARTICLES
Rohmer's Salon
Leo Bersani and Ulysse Dutoit
A Handful of World: The Films of Peter Thompson--An Introduction and Interview
Jonathan Rosenbaum
Imamura Revisited
Donald Richie
Bulldozers, Bibles, and Very Sharp Knives: The Chinese Independent Documentary Scene
Abe Mark Nornes
L.A.'s Hipster Cinema
David E. James
BOOK REVIEWS


Issue 248
Vol 62 # 4
Summer/June/July/August 2009

Jia Zhang-Ke's 24 City
Gomorrah
Digital Imaging And The War On Terror
... and more.


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Vol 58 # 2
Winter/December 2004


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