Thursday, 20 September 2012

New SENSES OF CINEMA: Marker, Kubrick, Akerman, Payne, Comolli, Australian Cinema and more

Frame grab from Les Statues meurent aussi/Statues Also Die (Chris Marker and Alain Resnais, 1953). Read Daniel Vilensky's article on this film
Film Studies For Free brings you links to the heady delights of a new issue of Senses of Cinema. It has a special commemorative Chris Marker dossier, a strong focus on Australian and French language cinema, and some excellent festival reports.

Senses of Cinema 64, September 2012



Chris Marker Special Dossier:
Other Features:
Key Moments in Australian Cinema
Luke Buckmaster on Dead End Drive-In; Kit Harvey on Red Hill; Lesley Speed on Ants in His Pants; Adrian Danks on The Overlanders; Stephen Gaunson on Bitter Springs; Robert Picking on The Tracker; Tim Groves on Everynight, Everynight

Festival Reports
Jorge Mourinha on Vila do Conde International Short Film Festival; Sally Shafto on Khouribga; Bill Mousoulis on Karlovy Vary; Alison Frank on New Horizons; Paul Macovaz on Sydney; Damien Spiccia on Revelation; Nicholas Godfrey on Melbourne

Book Reviews
Mary Harrod on Richard Linklater; Mike Walsh on The Shadowcatchers: A History of Cinematography in Australia; Richard Martin on David Lynch; Todd Herzog on Peter Lorre: Face Maker; Trent Griffiths on Australian Documentary; Tony McKibbin on Noriko Smiling; Claire Henry on Rape in Art Cinema; Lia McCrae-Moore on Peter Weir: A Creative Journey from Australia to Hollywood; James Neibaur on Syd Chaplin

Cinémathèque Annotations on Film
Tony Williams on The Extraordinary Adventures of Mr. West in the Land of the Bolsheviks Shari Kizirian on The Girl with the Hat Box David Melville on The Hourglass Sanatorium Darragh O'Donoghue on The Saragossa Manuscript Beata Lukasiak on Three Lives and Only One Death John Fidler on Time Regained Fran Bren on Bad Luck Greg Dolgopolov on The House on Trubnaya Hamish Ford on Three Crowns of the Sailor Bilge Ebiri on Alyonka

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