This new issue of the Millennium Film Journal looks different. Larger page size. Fresh design approach.
Available for the first time with English subtitles, this 16 mm film from 1976/77, Schmidt’s first feature length film (color & b/w, sound, 117 min). ..(read more)
Directed in 1927 by Germaine Dulac and scripted by Antonin Artaud, The Seashell and the Clergyman is generally considered to be the first Surrealist film: a key..(read more)
Compilation of works from the 1990s from an artist-run film lab that was started in 1990 by three students from Arnhem, working with Super8 and 16 mm film.
Pitt’s work is like a dream. Things exist out of proportion, shapes shift, characters emerge and then disappear. But like any dream, they also exist with a ba..(read more)
Originally associated with the French New Wave, later relegated to the fringe of the cinematic avant-garde, Marcel Hanoun (1929-2012) is finally brought to the ..(read more)
The Oldest Journal of Avant-Garde Film and Media Art on Planet Earth, is how they describe themselves. Currently edited by Grahame Weinbren, Kenneth White, Josh..(read more)