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Ugly Images. How Spike Lee’s ‘Bamboozled’ Stands at the Center of His Filmography
Patrick Preziosi on why 'Bamboozled' is an essential film, both in Spike Lee's career and in the history of 21st century America cinema.
Berlinale 2020 – Under construction: ‘The Woman Who Ran’ and ‘Maggie’s Farm’
Maximilien Luc Proctor on notions of 'presence' in the latest films by Hong Sang-soo and James Benning.
I Knew This Book Was About Something! On Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘The Image Book’
Michaël Van Remoortere opens Jean-Luc Godard's 'Image Book'.
Brief Glimpses of Beauty: Avant-gardist Elements in the 70th Berlinale Competition
Maximilien Luc Proctor on Abel Ferrara's 'Siberia', Christian Petzold's 'Undine' and Kelly Reichardt's 'First Cow'.
Solidarity Forever: Labour and Art as a Collective Endeavour in the Films of Julia Reichert and Patrick Wang
Ruairí McCann on American Factory (Julia Reichert & Steven Bognar, 2019) and A Bread Factory (Patrick Wang, 2018).
photogénie #1 — The Eye of Time 5 Articles in issue
On the experience, ethics, aesthetics and philosophy of duration in cinema.
5 Articles in issue
The Ascent (1977)
Tim Deschaumes over Larisa Shepitko's 'The Ascent' (1977).
Way of a Gaucho (1952)
David Vanden Bossche over 'Way of Gaucho' (1952).
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Anke Brouwers over 'The Wizard of Oz' (1939).