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THE INDEPENDENT
aka "Independent Film & Video Monthly"
Film & Video Monthly

- First and last issue: 1978-2006
- Founded in 1978
- The source on independently produced films and videos in the U.S
- Editor: Patricia Thompson
- Published 10 times per year, 64 A4 pages
- Online now.
- Published by Foundation of Independent Video and Filmmakers
- Website: www.aivf.org

Independent
Monthly
Magazine
from
New York
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
15 April 2015

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
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Vol 14 # 10 December 1991

Cover: Trihh T. Minh-Ha uses structures drawn from fiction, poetry, and memory to challenge the rhetoric of traditional documentary.
In this issue, Laleen Jamayane and Anne Rutherford interview Trinh about the fictions at the heart of the documentary form.
Table of Contents:
FEATURES
Why A Fish Pond? An Interview with Trinh T. Minh-ha
MEDIA CLIPS
Back Into the Act: SAG's Limited Exhibition Agreement
Doubts Plague Bay-Area Minority TV Project
Pew Comes Through For Philly's
National Video Resourcefulness
Sequels
FIELD REPORTS
Little Big Fest: The Locarno International Film Festival
BOOK REVIEWS
A Diary of a Young Soul Rebel
Capitalism and Communication: Global Culture and the Economics of Information
LEGAL BRIEFS
Out on the Town: Location Agreements and Public Permits
TALKING HEADS
Pregnant With Dreams: Julia Barco's Feminist Visions from Latin America


November 1991



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Vol 14 # 6 July 1991

Cover: Beverly Garland and Beulah from It Conquered the World, one of Roger Corman's early cheapster movies and part of the director's ongoing critique of science. Corman's autobiography How I Made a Hundred Movies in Hollywood and Never Lost A Dime, is reviewed in this special book issue, together with recent publications on women's cinema, Hollywood and the Vietnam War, Asian Canadian media, television culture and feminism and avant-garde media.
Table of Contents:
FEATURES
Girl Watching - review of The Woman at the Keyhole: Feminism and Women's Cinema
Corman Unbound - review of How I Made a Hundred Movies in Hollywood and Never Lost a Dime
Double Exposure - review of Indiscretions: Avant-Garde Film, Video and Feminism and Logics of Television: Essays in Cultural Criticism
Visions of an Asian New World - review of Yellow Peril: Reconsidered
Missing in Action - review of From Hanoi to Hollywood: The Vietnam War in American Film
MEDIA CLIPS
Pictures at an Exhibition: New Film Venues in Los Angeles, Boston and New York City
CPB's Multicultural Monies in the Pipeline
Gay and Lesbian Fund Established
Film Finders Play the Data Game
Kodak Develops New Talent
Sequels
FIELD REPORTS
Beyond Toontown: Video Art for Younger Audiences
Continental Catalyst: The European Documentary Film Institute
TALKING HEADS
Geechee Girl Goes Home: Julie Dash on Daughters of the Dust


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