Millennium Film Journal - Issue 67 (Spring 2018): The 50th Issue!
Yes, the 50th although it’s issue 67. This is because there have been several multi-volume issues in the past. The Oldest Journal of Avant-Garde Film and Media Art on Planet Earth, is how they describe themselves. The Millennium Film Journal has been published more or less biannually since 1978.
The cover image comes from a work by Lorna Mills, called “Ways Of Something”. Covering 96 pages full of reviews and articles plus an overview of new books on film.
Introduction by Grahame Weinbren
Limitless Horizon: Vertical Perspective by Kyle Weise
Naeem Mohaiemen’s ”Tripoli Cancelled” by Rachel Stevens
Jorge Lozano: Illegal by Mike Hoolboom
The Old and the New, in Situ, at the 2017 Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival by Greg de Cuir Jr.
Kino Skulptur Projekte at Münster’s Decennial Exhibition by Annie Dell’Aria
Gathering Momentum: Light Field 2017 by Patrick Harrison
A Cinema of Touch: The Work of Betzy Bromberg by Vera Brunner-Sung
Let Us Now Praise Famous Girls: The Sublime in Jennifer Reeder’s ”A Million Miles Away” by J. Ronald Green
Lorna Mills, or the Uses of Ugliness by Seth Watter
Ways of Seeing After the Internet by Johanna Gosse
Fever in the Insta-Archive: An Interview with Dan Browne by Clint Enns