|Screenshot from The Cobweb (Vincente Minnelli, 1955). Read Agustín Zarzosa's article on this film in the new issue of World Picture|
FSFF particularly enjoyed the essay on Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights by the legendary film scholar Tanya Modleski as well as Alexander García Düttmann on Hollis Frampton's 1971 film (nostalgia) (a version of which may be viewed online here) and Agustín Zarzosa on The Cobweb and the Politics of Decoration.
If you're in (or could be in) the environs of Toronto on November 7-8, 2013, you may be interested in attending the very convivial, annual World Picture conference. This year it treats the keyword 'willing' and boasts the participation of very fine keynote speakers: Linda Zerilli (University of Chicago) and Davide Panagia (Trent University).
Table of Contents
- Argos Euclid
- Rey Chow Remains’ Regime Change?
- Alexander García Düttmann Why Burn a Photograph? A Film by Hollis Frampton
- Jonathan Mullins What Remains of the Italian Left of the 1970s?
- Evan Calder Williams Pseudo-Cinema
- Agustín Zarzosa The Cobweb and the Politics of Decoration