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Magazine from London ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1966-1969
- "Intended as a platform for advanced criticism, and for imaginative writing on and around the theme of contemporary cinema."
- Editors: Philip Crick (#1-2), and Simon Hartog (#3).
- Contributors include Jonas Mekas, Bob Cobbing, Raymond Durgnat, George Andrews, Ron Geesin, Stephen Dwoskin, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Malcolm Le Grice, and the editors.
- Published by London Film Makers Co-operative

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CONTENTS: 1966 1967 1969 GALLERIES: 1966 1967 1969 All

Issue 3
June 1969


Issue 2
May 1967

Issue 1
Editorial (by Philip Crick);
Waiting For Yesterday To End (article by Simon Hartog);
Open Letter To The Film-Makers Of The World (by Jonas Mekas);
Report (by Bob Cobbing);
Jean-Luc The Baptist (article on Jean-Luc Godard by S.R. Sheridan);
Eight Asides On Godard (article by Raymond Durgnat);
Film Fou (article by Philip Crick);
Aestheticians Of The Cinema, Part One: Canudo (article by Simon Hartog);
Pan Is Alive (article by George Andrews).

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