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- ''A forum for smart, idiosyncratic writing about movies.''
- Published by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
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Issue 63
November/December 1977


Issue 62
September/October 1977


Issue 61
July/August 1977


Issue 60
May/June 1977
Journals: Moving from Europe to America (by Jonathan Rosenbaum); L.A. (by Mitch Tuchman); The Hollywood Gangster 1927-33 (article by Andrew Sarris); Hooverville West: The Hollywood G-Man, 1934-45 (article by Carlos Clarens); Realism and Revolution (article by Robin Wood); John M. Stahl: The Man Who Understood Women (article by George Morris); Edited For Television, Part One: Scanning (article by Michael Kerbel); Independents: Subversive Mysteries (article by Amos Vogel); A Film About A Very Funny Man (review article on ANNIE HALL by George W.S. Trow); German Weasels (article by Jan Dawson); Termites: An Interview With Manny Farber and Patricia Patterson (by Richard Thompson); One Day Of ONE LIFE (article by James McCourt); The Great British Phantasmagoria (article by Raymond Durgnat).


Issue 59
March/April 1977
Journals: Chicago (by Roger Ebert); Teheran (by Brooks Riley and Wendy Keys). Film Editing Special Section: The Work Of The Film Editor (by Win Sharples Jr., Elias Savada, Ruth Lissak and Jay Wentz); Filmographies for Albert Akst, Dede Allen, George J. Amy, Hal Ashby, Bert Bates, Anne Buchens, Reginald Beck, Folmar Blangsted, John Maurice Bloom, Margaret Booth, Claudine Bouche, David Bretherton, Donn Cambern, Jim Clark, Anne V. Coates, Henri Colpi, Anne-Marie Cotret, Denise de Casabianca, Cecile Decugis, Adrienne Fazan, Rudi Fehr, Verna Fields, Hugh S. Fowler, Charles Frend, Antony Gibbs, Stuart Gilmore, Jerry Greenberg, Danford B. Greene, Bernard Gribble, Agnes Guillemot, Jack Harris, Donae Harrison, Anthony Harvey, Gene Havlick, Seth Holt, William Hornbeck, Peter Hunt, Martine Kalfon, Ralph Kemplen, Frederic L. Knudtson, Harold F. Kress, Viola Lawrence, Raymond Lamy, Henri Lanoe, David Lean, Carl Lerner, Renee Lichtig, Russell Lloyd, Warren Low, Daniel Mandell, Owen Marks, Fergus McDonell, Barbara McLean, Reginald Mills, Conrad Nervig, Christian Nyby, Sam O'Steen, Robert Parrish, Tom Priestley, William Reynolds, Ralph Rosenblum, Dorothy Spencer, Frederic Steinkamp, Peter Tanner, Peter Taylor, George Tomasini, John Victor Smith, Ernest Walter, Ferris Webster, Merrill C. White, Elmo Williams, Ralph E. Winters, Robert Wise, Robert Wolfe, William Ziegler; My Best: 24 editors pick their favourite moments or films; Editors and Directors: The Top Ten (a poll of most admired film-makers); "As The Editor, You're The Audience" (Interview with Robert Wise); Film Editors' Forum.Independents: Hints To The Wise (article by Amos Vogel); Television: Family Plot (review article on ROOTS, by Stuart Byron); In Memoriam: Henri Langlois (eight tributes); Second Annual Grosses Gloss (article by Stuart Byron); PROVIDENCE - A Chronic Mystery (review article by James McCourt); Hollywood Hara-Kiri (article by William Paul); Novels Into Movies (article by Brendan Gill); Interview with Robert Aldrich (by Stuart Byron); Atlantic City: Godard's MADE IN U.S.A. (review article by John Hughes).


Issue 58
January/February 1977
Journals: Bangkok (by Gerald Weales); R. Altman and Co., including interviews with Robert Benton and Alan Rudolph (by Robert Levine); Carrie And Sally And Leatherface Among The Film Buffs (article by Roger Greenspun); Kong Is Nice Guy: interview with Dino De Laurentiis (by Stuart Byron); Helter Shelter (article by Mitch Tuchman); The Flavor Of Ketchup: Interview With Samuel Fuller (by Richard Thompson); In The Realm Of The Censors (article by James Bouras); The Film Critick: Five Academic Species (article by Michael Pressler, with illustrations by the author); Independents: A Reader's Digest Of The Avant-Garde, Part 4 (by Amos Vogel); The Industry: Rocky And His Friends (article by Stuart Byron); Television: The Disco Hustle (article by Richard Koszarski); Hollywood Under Water: Interview With Elia Kazan (by Charles Silver and Mary Corliss); THE LAST TYCOON (review article by Brendan Gill); Ideology, Genre, Auteur (article by Robin Wood); Planetary Fantasies: Interview With Barbet Schroeder (by Elliott Stein); Book Reviews: "The Rise And Fall Of British Documentary" by Elizabeth Sussex, reviewed by Thorold Dickinson.

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