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Issue 177
November/December 1996
NYFF as seen by Robert Horton and Phillip Lopate, plus Donald Lyons on Vertigo and Paul Arthur on (the absence of) avant-garde visions.
Kathleen Murphy on Jane Campion's Portrait of a Lady.
Elia Kazan's Wild River, by Donald Chase.
Cave painter: Cornel Wilde, by Michael Atkinson.
Venice and Toronto film festivals.
James Benning: the filmmaker as landscape, by B?r?nice Reynaud.
The Cinema of Jean-Pierre Melville by Peter Hogue.
Don Siegel's The Killers by Howard Hampton.
Hollywood Egypt: Youssef Chahine, by Dave Kehr.
Jules Dassin: An interview with the director of Naked City, Rififi, et al., by Patrick McGilligan.
James Benning: the filmmaker as landscape, by B?r?nice Reynaud.
Marcel Ophuls interviewed by Kurt Jacobsen.
Also, Chris Chang on Engelchen, Dale Thomajan on show-going and more.


Issue 176
September/October 1996
Independence Day and the summer blockbuster syndrome, by Kent Jones READ IT HERE! In praise of Dan Ireland's The Whole Wide World, by Kathleen Murphy READ IT HERE! Eric Rohmer's Rendezvous in Paris et al., by Armond White Taiwanese filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang, by Chuck Stephens WWII: British cinema's stiff upper lip, by Harlan Kennedy Maurice Pialat achieves his masterpiece, Le Gar?u, by Dave Kehr Hong Kong movie goddess Brigitte Lin, by Howard Hampton READ IT HERE! John Carpenter's Guilty Pleasures Artists making (film) art: Basquiat, Arena Brains, et al., by Chris Chang Nick Gomez: the director of illtown, New Jersey Drive, and Laws of Gravity interviewed by Gavin Smith Remembering Jacques Demy's Young Girls of Rochefort, by William Johnson The Window, a film noir classic, by Paul Arthur Stanley Kubrick talks! (in a British TV documentary), by Richard Combs Book review: two biographies of Orson Welles (from David Thomson and Simon Callow), assessed by Donald Lyons; and more.


Issue 175
July/August 1996
Cannes '96, articles by Mary Corliss and Harlan Kennedy Los Angeles Noir by Paul Arthur Abbas Kiarostami interviewed by Phillip Lopate and Godfrey Cheshire on Kiarostami Mission: Impossible by Howard Hampton Cinema Sex Magick, the films of Donald Cammell by Chris Chang Marcel Ophuls interviewed by Kurt Jacobsen Trainspotting by Harlan Kennedy Also, Psycho Revisited, Anthony Mann, Michael Haneke, Bertolucci's Guilty Pleasures and more.


Issue 174
May/June 1996
Oscar Redux: reporting on who won, and which Oscar Predix participants got the most right
An affectionate, insightful new documentary portrait of Sam Fuller, by Robert Horton
CLINT EASTWOOD, honoree at the FSLC's 1996 Gala:
-- ''Clint on the Back Nine,'' by Richard Schickel
-- Eastwood as romantic hero, by Kathleen Murphy
-- The Bridges of Madison County, by Richard Combs
Music video plagiarism, by Maria Demopoulos
Jim Jarmusch's Dead Man, by Jacob Levich
Hong Kong filmmaker Stanley Kwan (Rouge; Actress; Red Rose, White Rose), by Michael Atkinson
Chinese silents, by Matt Severson
Douglas Fairbanks Sr.: ''The Choreography of Hope,'' by John Tibbetts
John Sayles: the writer-director of Return of the Secaucus 7, Passion Fish, et al. talks about his new film Lone Star; interviewed by Gavin Smith
Chris Smith's ultra-low-budget debut, American Job, by Jim Supanick
From Mexico: Nobody Will Speak of Us When We Are Dead, by Chris Chang
Berlin Film Festival report, by Harlan Kennedy
Life signs from the French cinema: Purple Noon and Nelly et M. Arnaud, by Donald Lyons
Also, Japanese animator Oshii Mamoru, by David Chute - and more.


Issue 173
March/April 1996
Cover: Banlieue Films by Berenice Reynaud Features: J*U*I*C*E by Jonathan Baumbach Michael Mann by Richard Combs Jean Arthur by Dennis Drabelle Jean-Luc Godard by Armond White; interviewed by Gavin Smith George Loane Tucker by Frank Thompson Michele Soavi by Maitland McDonagh CD-ROM et al. by Kathleen Murphy Warner Bros. Pre-Code by Dale Thomajan Two Seconds by Donald Phelps Michael Curtiz by Donald Lyons 21st 'Grosses Gloss' by Anne Thompson Festivals: Sundance by Gavin Smith, Rachel Rosen Oscar Predix


Issue 172
January/February 1996

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