Guest editor Barbara London made “Focal Points”, providing an impression of political and artistic worlds beyond US- and Eurocentric institutions and moveme..(read more)
Fruhauf constantly sheds new light on the limits of moving image. His free and non-academic approach to the Austrian heritage (Kren, Kubelka, etc.) indicates th..(read more)
Broad-ranging issue, with contributions of new editors Jonathan Ellis, Nicholas Gamso, Nicky Hamlyn and Kim Knowles. Main theme is the media artifact.
The courage to face any kind of adversity, and the strength it often takes to persevere is explored in this issue, and film offers up some doozies when it comes..(read more)
Novel ways of understanding the world through the moving image and offers their readers a fresh insight into the very basis of cinematic experience.
Losier has made film portraits of many extravagant artists. Whimsical, poetic, dreamlike and unconventional, her films explore their life and work through an en..(read more)
Always a delight to hold and behold for film freaks. Number 5 explores the shady area of moral ambiguity, shining a light into those dark corners where unscrupu..(read more)
Wonderful work of video art, on VHS Tape! Using old analogue video equipment that is 20 to 30 years old, Rotterdam-based artist Jelmer Noordeman set out making ..(read more)
A portrait of George Maciunas, who is widely acknowledged as the chief ideologue and organizer of Fluxus, the loose international network of anti-artists, neo-D..(read more)
Adolfas and Jonas Mekas arrived in New York in 1949, leaving Lithuania behind. The camera became their means of expression and cinema invaded their lives.