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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 207
November/December 2001
Ventura Pons: When democracy returned to Spain, cultural life received a shot in the arm. One of the results was the deeply personal and challenging work of this Catalunyan auteur. by Gerard Dapena.
Amelie: Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Gallic blockbuster, the heartwarming tale of a simple girl who turns everyone she meets into a better person, has crossed the ocean aboard the SS Miramax. Did French audiences collectively swallow a feel-good pill without reading the label? Our Parisian correspondent takes time for a closer reading. by Frederic Bonnaud.
Festivals: Vancouver, Toronto, Venice & New York. Phillip Lopate on the NYFF and Nicole Armour on Views from the Avant-Garde.
Zero De Conduite: This year's winner of the annual Grand Marnier film essay contest takes a fresh look at legendary French filmmaker Jean Vigo's 1933 classic. by Mariana Johnson.
The Royal Tenenbaums: With the help of Gene Hackman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, and Anjelica Huston, not to mention his usual partner in crime Owen Wilson, Wes Anderson has fashioned an epic comedy of loss in a poetically reconstructed Manhattan, a film that's both outrageously funny and deeply moving. We get the scoop, plus an interview. by Kent Jones and Gavin Smith.
Film studies vs. new media: Film scholars, always sweating over their academic credentials, face a new threat: incorporation into an ever-expanding, amorphous blob called Media Studies. What's a cinephile to do? by Alissa Quart.
Pauline Kael: For someone who was so small, Pauline Kael cast a giant shadow over the national cinematic landscape, and the one thing her followers and her detractors might agree on is her extraordinary talent. Two writers, both personal friends, confront the loss of this prolific, mercurial, greatly missed figure. by Paul Schrader and Howard Hampton.
Sound &Vision: Jean-Luc Godard's In Praise of Love & Miguel Calderon, the bad-boy artist whose work features in The Royal Tenenbaums.
Laurent Cantet: His previous film, Human Resources, depicted a working-class world in which loyalty is put to the test. With his latest, Time Out, Cantet dramatizes the same conflict through the odd personal life of one very confused human being. by Amy Taubin
Discovery: Dog Days director Ulrich Seidl.
Distributor wanted: Alan Rudolph's Investigating Sex.
First look: Previewing Robert Altman's Gosford Park.
Fiction: ''Man Overboard'' by Bruce Wagner.
Reviews: In the Bedroom; Little Otik; As I Was Moving Ahead Occasionally I Saw Brief Glimpses of Beauty; Everything Put Together.
Vidi Vidi Vidi: New releases on DVD and video.


Issue 206
September/October 2001
Mulholland Drive.
Va savoir.
Waking Life.
Cahiers du Cinema at 50.
Bela Tarr.
Leonardo Favio.
Kiarostami's A.B.C.
Africa and more.


Issue 205
July/August 2001
A.I.
Michael Bay.
Kon Ichikawa. Francois Ozon.
Videomakers Eric Saks and Donigan Cumming.
Recent Shakespeare films.
Hollywood and porn.
Mexico City Journal.
Coverage of Cannes.
Domestic Violence.
Nightshift.


Issue 204
May/June 2001
Moulin Rouge.
John Turturro's Guilty Pleasures.
Interview with Richard Widmark.
Apocalypse Now.
Time and Tide.
Ghost World.
Eureka.
Bootleg Video.
Very Annie Mary.
Festivals.
Reviews and new Video and DVD.


Issue 203
March/April 2001
Jane Fonda
The Film Society's 2001 Gala Honoree
Oscar Predix
Ermanno Olmi.
Robert Beavers.
Sundance and Rotterdam Festivals.
Digital Video vs. Film.
Grosses Gloss.
Letters.
Reviews of New Films.


Issue 202
January/February 2001
Interview with Gillian Anderson on the occasion of the release of The House of Mirth
The 2000 Readers' Poll.
The year's 20 best films.
Interview with Director Steven Soderbergh.

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