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- First issue: 1962
- ''A forum for smart, idiosyncratic writing about movies.''
- Published by the Film Society of Lincoln Center.
- Six issues per year.
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Issue 255
November/December 2009
Includes Kent Jones on Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox, Andrew Sarris on Police, Adjective, Hot Property: Women Without Men by Chris Chang, Site Specifics: Film-Philosophy by Paul Fileri, a review of Up in the Air by Scott Foundas, Laura Kern reports from the 6th annual Reykjavik International Film Festival, and much more


Issue 254
September/October 2009
Includes Larry Gross on Lars von Trier's Antichrist, Amy Taubin on Alain Resnais's Wild Grass, Andrew Sarris on Public Enemies, Hot Property: Love Exposure by Chris Chang, Site Specifics: World Picture Journal by Paul Fileri, a review of The Burning Plain by Melissa Anderson, and much more...


Issue 253
July/August 2009
Includes Scott Foundas on Inglourious Basterds, Amy Taubin on Lucrecia Martel's The Headless Woman, (read Taubin's online-only interview with Martel here), Thom Andersen on the Dardenne Brothers' Lorna's Silence, Hot Property: Breathless and It Might Get Loud by Chris Chang, Site Specifics: Artforum by Paul Fileri, a review of Still Walking by Tony Rayns, Cannes coverage by Amy Taubin, Gavin Smith, and Richard Pe?a, and much more...


Issue 252
May/June 2009
Includes Kent Jones on The Limits of Control, plus an interview with director Jim Jarmusch (read Gavin Smith's uncut version here), Amy Taubin on Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker, Oliver Sacks's examination of Powell & Pressburger's A Matter of Life and Death, Hot Property: Can Go Through Skin by Chris Chang, Site Specifics: National Film Board of Canada by Paul Fileri, a review of Departures by Tony Rayns, and much more


Issue 251
March/April 2009
Includes Richard Schickel on Tom Hanks, an interview with 24 City director Jia Zhangke (read Andrew Chan's uncut version here), Nicolas Rapold on Satyajit Ray, Kent Jones on Robert Mulligan's The Stalking Moon, Geoffrey O'Brien revisits The Friends of Eddie Coyle, Hot Property: Louise-Michel, Site Specifics: indieWIRE & The Daily@IFC.com by Paul Fileri, a review of Summer Hours by Frederic Bonnaud, and much more


Issue 250
January/February 2009
Includes Our Annual Year-End Wrap-Up-Movies That Mattered, Terra Incognita, The Best Films of the Year and Readers' Poll, and more-Amy Taubin on The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (read Taubin's online-only interview with David Fincher here), Jose Teodoro on Carlos Reygadas's Silent Light, Melissa Anderson revisits The Killing of Sister George, Hot Property: Unrelated by Chris Chang, Site Specifics: The Auteurs by Paul Fileri, a review of Revanche by Nicolas Rapold, and much more...

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