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CINEMA
aka "Filmklub/Filmklub-Cineclub/Cinema"
Annual Scholarly Journal from Switzerland


- First issue: 1955
- Was called FILMKLUB (German) until issue 3 .
- Was called FILMKLUB-CINECLUB (issue 4 to issue 24).
- Changed name to CINEMA in 1961.
- In German and French language from 1955 to 1960.
- German language only from 1961-1973.
- From 1974 to 1982 in German and French, again.
- Since 1983 only in German.
- Since 1983 it is published annually.
- Published by Schuren Verlag
- Website: www.cinemabuch.ch

Last updated:
25 June 2017

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Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 GALLERIES: 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 All

Issue 57
2012


Issue 56
2011
Machine translation:
"In the latest edition of the yearbook film we were interested in what causes the difference in production of movement as it is used, what movies has shaped them. Every genre - whether road movie, animation, action movies or melodrama - knows his own movements and rhythms. But not only technical and directorial aspects employed by the authors of the CINEMA 56, because cinema is moving on other levels: With moving stories and fates emotions are stirred - with the movie characters on the screen and the audience in the cinema. The broad spectrum of the term has been interpreted, analyzed and investigated with relish."


Issue 55
2010
Whether obvious as in the political thriller, in the political satire or in the biopic, if enigmatic, as in the horror film in the science fiction or westerns, if fictional, documentary or animated - is the political and the film was always omnipresent. CINEMA 55: POLITICS wants to study film as a mirror of the time, the politically Incorrect track in the film as well as the correct to focus attention censorship and propaganda, subversive underground films and the cinema of the minority view, but also question the political direction of mainstream cinema. After all, not every film is ultimately political? The question is not new, the goal is to answer it new and surprising.


Issue 54
2009
Since time immemorial, the film is interested in the city, and often is cited as a reason for the cinema and the modern metropolis are born to the same historic moment, film is in itself an urban medium. In addition, where just the big city to be particularly photogenic: the clash of architecture, crowds, traffic, light and weather effects, seems a natural affinity for the cinematic aesthetics have and can not be orchestrated in countless shades.


Issue 53
2008
For the first time is devoted CINEMA an adjective. What we describe as BEAUTIFUL, perspective is not only a radically subjective subject, but also fashionable contemporary trends and cultural influences. An extremely imprecise attribute, then, with which we want to entice with their digital magazines upgraded images of beautiful people like Mizzen, models and Hollywood stars. CINEMA 53: Nice to but for once not the world of the rich and famous at the center, but the beauty of form and content of the film. We are interested in the aesthetics of the film surface and the cheesy happy ending customized romances. Besides the beautiful swans but also get the ugly duckling ugly beasts and their appearance.


Issue 52
2007


Issue 51
2006
Light. Shadow. What makes the film a sensual experience, is the friction between what is shown and the Nichtgezeigten: between images, between image and sound, on and off - screen and the audience. The 51st CINEMA edition of the Yearbook is devoted to the 'snapshot', which attempted to capture the fleeting erotic this time the medium. Includes scientific and journalistic articles that next turn (photo) essays.


Issue 3
1975
3)


Issue 76
1974


Issue 74/75
December 1973


Issue 73
1973


Issue 70-72
1972


Issue 69
1972


Issue 68
1971


Issue 66/67
1971


Issue 65
1971


Issue 64
Winter 1970


Issue 63
1970


Issue 62
1970


Issue 61
1970


Issue 60
1970


Issue 59
1969


Issue 57/58
1969


Issue 56
1968


Issue 55
1968


Issue 53/54
1968


Issue 52
1967


Issue 51
1967


Issue 50
1967


Issue 49
1967


Issue 47/48
1966


Issue 46
1966


Issue 44/45
1965


Issue 43
1965


Issue 42
1965


Issue 41
1965


Issue 40
1964


Issue 39
1964


Issue 38
1964


Issue 37
1964

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