“Oversized and ambitious, MFJ 77 maps a multitude of journeys that diverge, reform, and coalesce” (Kim Knowles in the introduction)
Guest editor Barbara London made “Focal Points”, providing an impression of political and artistic worlds beyond US- and Eurocentric institutions and moveme..(read more)
Theme: Boundaries – what can be said about the oppositions of form and content, subject and visual object, that structure the field of the moving image?
Broad-ranging issue, with contributions of new editors Jonathan Ellis, Nicholas Gamso, Nicky Hamlyn and Kim Knowles. Main theme is the media artifact.
Novel ways of understanding the world through the moving image and offers their readers a fresh insight into the very basis of cinematic experience.
Double-size issue: 184 pages of knowledge and inspiration for film lovers! Artist pages, reviews, frame enlargements, photographs, drawings and more!
This book brings together contributions from participants and guests of Film in the Present Tense – International Symposium on Current Developments in Analog ..(read more)
Featuring articles on Shana Moulton, Marie Losier, The Tribeca Film Festival, in Memoriam Barbara Hammer, Agnes Varda…
Tokyo during the 1960s was in a state of uproar, full of protests, riots, and insurrection. Tatsumi Hijikata, initiator of the ‘Butoh’ performance a..(read more)
Cinema, the primary vehicle for storytelling in the twentieth century, is being reconfigured by new media in the twenty-first. Terms such as “worldbuildin..(read more)