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The Magazine Of The Film And Television Business
Magazine from London ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1980-1987
- Editor: Nicholas Kent.
- Published by Stills Publishing

Last updated:
10 August 2023
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Pierre Greenfield
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 GALLERIES: 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 All

April 1986

Issue 25
March 1986
Talking Heads: interviews with Klaus Maria Brandauer (by Karen Jaehne), Paul Mayersberg (by Christine Aziz) and Ronald Neame (by Graham Fuller); Techniques: Computer Programming (article on computer animation by Derek Batchelor); The Mob And The Movies (article by Martin Short); The Perils Of Kathleen (interview with Kathleen Turner, plus production report on THE JEWEL OF THE NILE, by Nancy Mills); Empire Road (article by Graham Wade); Voices From The Past (article on Trernce Davies films by Peter Wyeth, with interview); Film Reviews: NO SURRENDER; OUT OF AFRICA; RAN; MARIE; DETECTIVE; THE GIRL IN THE PICTURE; MR. LOVE; ECHO PARK; WHITE NIGHTS; POLICE; CLOCKWISE; JAGGED EDGE; A.K.; Book Review: "Film, Video And Television: Market Forces, Fragmentation And Technological Advance" by Graham Wade (reviewed by Bill Grantham); and all the usual columns.

February 1986

December 1985/ January 1986

October 1985

June/July 1985

May 1985
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Harrison Ford

March 1985
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February 1985

Jane Fonda

December 1984/ January 1985

November 1984

October 1984

Issue 12
June/July 1984

Issue 10
February/March 1984

Issue 11
April-May 1984

Issue 7

September/October 1983
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Issue 4
Winter 1982

Issue 3
Autumn 1981

Catherine Deneuve

Issue 2
Spring 1981

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