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Film Comment(V.54 No.1,2,3,4)
團體著者 Film Comment Publishing Corporation  
出版地 New Jersey
出版者 Film Society of Lincoln Center
出版日期 c2018
ISSN 0015-119X
裝訂 pbk
稽核項 1 v. ill. 29 cm.
附註 Vol.54 No.1 Jan/Feb 2018
SPECIAL SECTION
The End: The Films of 2017
• The best films of the year, with cases made for each by the magazine’s contributors (bonuses here), plus personal selections that didn’t crack the top 20
• Top 20 Unreleased Films, Personal Bests, and Editors’ Picks
• Two essays on a year of horror(s), by Laura Kern (expanded for online) and Violet Lucca

FEATURES
Phantom Thread
By Sheila O’Malley
Paul Thomas Anderson unspools an unusually haunting and prickly romantic drama that manages to pay homage to Daphne du Maurier, Max Ophüls, and Balenciaga

Western
By Haden Guest
German director Valeska Grisebach’s latest feature marries her singular estranged realism to a deconstruction of masculinity in cinema

Philippe Garrel
By Yonca Talu
The post–New Wave French master holds forth on his latest, Lover for a Day, and the roots and risks of his romantic art

The Post
By Michael Koresky
Steven Spielberg’s newspaper drama relives the case around the Pentagon Papers and shines a light on America’s current crises—and the director’s critical career

Jia Zhangke and the Pingyao Film Festival
By Andrew Chan
China’s preeminent art-house filmmaker looms large, but his brand-new hometown festival spotlights the conundrum of the independent mogul as hero

Letter From China, in the Age of the Multiplex
By Nick Pinkerton
The wind from the East: what does the future hold for the mutually beneficial yet uneasy relationship between Hollywood and Beijing?
DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS
THE PRE-SHOW | News, views, conversations, and other things to get worked up about
News, Inspired: Armando Iannucci on The Death of Stalin, Release Me: Antonio Méndez Esparza’s Life and Nothing More by Jordan Cronk, Directions: Black Panther and Mudbound DP Rachel Morrison by Robert Horton, Restoration Row: Anders Grafstrom’s The Long Island Four by Max Nelson

CRITICS’ CHOICE
Critics rate and comment on new releases

MAKE IT REAL | The wide, wide world of cinematic nonfiction
Overlooked in 2017 by Eric Hynes

INSIDE STORIES | Redefining the boundaries of the new-media age
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Carne y Arena (Virtually Present, Physically Invisible) by Jordan Cronk

ART AND CRAFT | Filmmaking according to the makers
Heidi Moneymaker, stuntperson

PLAYING ALONG | Music and the movies
Franz Waxman’s score for Taras Bulba (1962) by Gary Giddins
CURRENTS | New and important work plucked from festivals and elsewhere
Katharina Wyss’s Sarah Plays a Werewolf by Nicolas Rapold, Zhang Mengqi’s Self-Portrait: Birth in 47km by Abby Sun, Eugène Green’s En attendant les barbares by Manu Yáñez Murillo, Bertrand Mandico’s Wild Boys by Olaf Möller, Amit V. Masurkar’s Newton by Devika Girish

THE BIG SCREEN | Reviews of notable new films opening in theaters (hopefully near you)
Loveless by Eric Hynes, Downsizing by Violet Lucca, A Fantastic Woman by José Teodoro, The Insult by Devika Girish

Short Takes: The Commuter by Nick Pinkerton, Happy End by Yonca Talu, Vazante by Ela Bittencourt, In Between by Nick Davis, Double Lover by Michael Koresky

HOME MOVIES | Cinema spun, streamed, and beamed
Jean-Luc Godard + Jean-Pierre Gorin: Five Films, 1968-1971 by Nicholas Elliott, Brawl in Cell Block 99 by Giulia D’Agnolo Vallan, Eye of the Cat by Maitland McDonagh, The Kentuckian by Nick Pinkerton, Maigret Sets a Trap & Maigret and the St. Fiacre Case by Steven Mears, The Sect by Laura Kern, She’s Gotta Have It by Teo Bugbee, 100 Years of Olympic Films by Michael Atkinson
Plus: 20 discs to watch and 20 titles to stream

READINGS | Books about all aspects of filmmaking and film culture
Hank and Jim: The Fifty-Year Friendship of Henry Fonda and James Stewart by Scott Eyman, reviewed by Steven Mears; Ingmar Bergman’s Face to Face by Michael Tapper, reviewed by Justin Stewart; Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies by Andrew DeGraff, reviewed by Chloe Lizotte

GRAPHIC DETAIL | The art of the movie poster
The best re-release posters of 2017 as selected by Adrian Curry
Vol.54 No.2 Mar/Apr 2018
FEATURES
Black Panther and the Promise of Science Fiction
By Devika Girish
A studio-sized engagement with race under the sign of Afrofuturism, Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther taps into a maligned genre’s superpowers, from high-gloss to lo-fi

Wong Kar Wai
By Olivier Assayas
The Hong Kong movie game-changer is poetically reappraised by the cutting-edge French auteur in this appreciation of a man, a filmmaker, and a city

The Death of Stalin
By Lauren Kaminsky
History becomes cathartic farce in Armando Iannucci’s comedy-all-star retelling of the political backroom battle for succession in postwar USSR

Helen Mirren
By Ella Taylor
This year’s Chaplin Award honoree at the Film Society of Lincoln Center has made a career of sensual sangfroid on both sides of the Atlantic

Spoor
By Amy Taubin
Agnieszka Holland takes no prisoners in her sardonic saga of a woman who stands up against the hunting industry and the male power structure of her Polish town

Personal Problems
By Howard Hampton
A nearly forgotten early ’80s video epic from the brilliant Ganja and Hess director Bill Gunn is an unexpected aesthetic marvel and a major rediscovery

Grosses Gloss
By Alberto Flores
A look back at the three-ring circus of 2017, from the Disney-Fox merger to the Netflix-Amazon conundrum, and all the box-office highs and lows in between
DEPARTMENTS
THE PRE-SHOW | News, views, conversations, and other things to get worked up about
News, Inspired: Lucrecia Martel on Zama, Release Me: RaMell Ross’s Hale County This Morning, This Evening by Nicolas Rapold, Directions: Lynne Ramsay interviewed by Jonathan Romney, Restoration Row: Yuzo Kawashima’s Elegant Beast by Max Nelson

CRITICS’ CHOICE
Critics rate and comment on new releases

MAKE IT REAL | The wide, wide world of cinematic nonfiction
Shirkers and Minding the Gap by Eric Hynes

ART AND CRAFT | Filmmaking according to the makers
First Assistant Director Tim Bird

PLAYING ALONG | Music and the movies
The decoupage of The Fall by Nick Pinkerton

INSIDE STORIES | Redefining the boundaries of the new-media age
Gorogoa by Jeff Reichert

FINEST HOUR | One actor, one performance
Thomas Mitchell in Moontide (1942) by Sheila O’Malley

OFF THE PAGE | The art of getting from book to screen
Evening Primrose (1966) by Michael Koresky
CURRENTS | New and important work plucked from festivals and elsewhere
Yui Kiyohara’s Our House by Dan Sullivan, Cai Chengjie’s The Widowed Witch by Jordan Cronk, Johann Lurf’s Star by Jordan Cronk, Alexandre Koberidze’s Let The Summer Never Come Again by Daniel Witkin, Niles Atallah’s Rey by Nicolas Rapold

FESTIVALS
Sundance by Amy Taubin

IN MEMORIAM | Remembering cinéastes who have passed on
Dan Talbot by Kent Jones

THE BIG SCREEN | Reviews of notable new films opening in theaters (hopefully near you)
Reviews: Ismael’s Ghosts by Yonca Talu, Lean on Pete by Chloe Lizotte, The Workshop by Nick Davis, You Were Never Really Here by Gina Telaroli

Short Takes: Isle of Dogs by Steven Mears, Red Sparrow by Nicolas Rapold, The Rider by Teo Bugbee, The Endless by April Wolfe, Werewolf by Nick Pinkerton

HOME MOVIES | Cinema spun, streamed, and beamed
Lois Weber’s The Dumb Girl of Portici and Shoes by Violet Lucca, Kon Ichikawa’s An Actor’s Revenge by James Widdicombe, Stefan Ruzowitzky’s Cold Hell by Laura Kern, John Murray Anderson’s The King of Jazz by R. Emmet Sweeney, William Castle’s The Night Walker by Rooney Elmi, Stanley Kramer’s Not as a Stranger by Sheila O’Malley, Ralph Nelson’s The Wilby Conspiracy by Nicolas Rapold, Filmatique streaming service by Jonathan Romney

READINGS | Books about all aspects of filmmaking and film culture
Sisters in the Life: A History of Out African American Lesbian Media-Making edited by Yvonne Welbon and Alexandra Juhasz, reviewed by Nick Davis; William Faulkner at Twentieth Century-Fox: The Annotated Screenplays edited by Sarah Gleeson-White, reviewed by Nick Pinkerton; Everybody Sing!: Community Singing in the American Picture Palace by Esther M. Morgan-Ellis, reviewed by Ina Archer

GRAPHIC DETAIL | The art of the movie poster
Jonathan Burton by Adrian Curry
Vol.54 No.3 May/Jun 2018
FEATURES
Let the Sunshine In
By Andrew Chan
Juliette Binoche gets real in Claire Denis’s exquisite yet pragmatic reverie on obstructed romance
Plus: Interviews with Denis and Binoche by Yonca Talu

Cocote and New Latin American Cinema
By Violet Lucca
Nelson Carlo de Los Santos Arias single-handedly rejuvenates Dominican cinema with a furiously alive film on the tension between tradition and progress

Hereditary
By Michael Koresky
Old demons put a family through the ringer in the scrupulously detailed, horrifically effective debut feature from Ari Aster (who’s on hand to elaborate)

Marlene Dietrich
By Teo Bugbee
The Hollywood legend may have worked closely with many of the greatest directors of all time, but she ultimately only answered to one woman

Le Cinéma du Glut
By Nick Pinkerton
Everything all of the time is more than just a reality of the contemporary age—it’s become an aesthetic, from Hollywood hits like Ready Player One to visual avant-gardists like Cory Arcangel

Maternal Melodrama
By Shonni Enelow
The power of the enduring genre has often relied on the sacrifices and terrors of motherhood. A critic and new mother reflects

Peter Nestler
By Max Nelson
A German nonfiction artist demonstrates his love for people by focusing on the process of their work—without staying quiet about World War II
DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS
THE PRE-SHOW | News, views, conversations, and other things to get worked up about
News, Inspired: Boots Riley on Sorry to Bother You, Release Me: Ana Urushadze’s Scary Mother by Nicolas Rapold, Directions: Isabelle Huppert by Nicolas Rapold, Restoration Row: Fridrikh Ermler’s Fragment of an Empire by Max Nelson, and more

CRITICS’ CHOICE
Critics rate and comment on new releases

MAKE IT REAL | The wide, wide world of cinematic nonfiction
The minimalist image by Eric Hynes

ART AND CRAFT | Filmmaking according to the makers
Script supervisor Mary Cybulski

FINEST HOUR | One actor, one performance
Tsai Chin in The Joy Luck Club by Andrew Chan

OFF THE PAGE | The art of getting from book to screen
Mary Ellen Bute’s Passages from James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake by Sheila O’Malley

SCARE TACTICS | The pleasures of cinematic horror
Sense-deprivation cinema by Laura Kern

PLAYING ALONG | Music and the movies
Ludwig Van by Daniel Witkin

CURRENTS | New and important work from festivals and elsewhere
Hu Bo’s An Elephant Sitting Still by Nicolas Rapold, Luise Donschen’s Casanova Gene by Jordan Cronk, Leigh Ledare’s The Task by Nicolas Rapold, André Gil Mata’s The Tree by Jordan Cronk, Burak Çevik’s The Pillar of Salt by Yonca Talu
THE BIG SCREEN | Reviews of notable new films opening in theaters (hopefully near you)
Reviews: First Reformed by Aliza Ma, Angels Wear White by Amy Taubin, In the Last Days of the City by Jeff Reichert, Araby by Mark Asch

Short Takes: Summer 1993 by Manu Yáñez Murillo, On Chesil Beach by Michael Koresky, En el Séptimo Día by Nicolas Rapold, Beast by Chloe Lizotte, The Guardians by Kristin M. Jones

HOME MOVIES | Cinema spun, streamed, and beamed
El Sur by José Teodoro, Specters of Freedom: Cinema and Colonization by Devika Girish, The Ancient Law by Steven Mears, Liquid Sky by Maitland McDonagh, Mon Mon Mon Monsters by Margaret Barton-Fumo, Moon Child by Violet Lucca, No Down Payment by Michael Sragow, The Outer Limits Season One by Bruce Bennett
Plus: 20 discs to watch and 20 titles to stream

READINGS | Books about all aspects of filmmaking and film culture
Robin by Dave Itzkoff, reviewed by Chris Shields; CinemaTexas Notes: The Early Days of Austin Film Culture by Louis Black, reviewed by Nick Pinkerton; The Ashtray (Or the Man Who Denied Reality) by Errol Morris, reviewed by Sierra Pettengill

GRAPHIC DETAIL | The art of the movie poster
Robert Grossman by Adrian Curry
Vol.54 No.4 Jul/Aug 2018
Features: Sorry to Bother You by Ina Diane Archer
Bi Gan’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Dennis Lim
Letters to Len by Paul Schrader
Isao Takahata by Violet Lucca
Here Come the Drones by Eric Hynes
Ingmar Bergman by Olivier Assayas
Inspired: Alice Rohrwacher on Happy as Lazzaro
Release Me: Ognjen Glavonic’s The Load by Jordan Cronk
Directions: Jia Zhangke by Amy Taubin
Restoration Row: Djibril Diop Mambéty’s Hyenas by Max Nelson
Critics' Choice: Critics rate and comment on new releases
Make It Real: Wang Bing’s Dead Souls by Eric Hynes
Art and Craft: DP José Luis Alcaine by Manu Yáñez Murillo
Finest Hour: George C. Scott in Islands in the Stream by Steven Mears
Off the Page: Jean Cocteau & Georges Franju’s Thomas the Impostor by Philip Kemp
Playing Along: Ryuichi Sakamoto and Love Is the Devil by Daniel Witkin
Festivals: Cannes by Amy Taubin, Kent Jones, and Nicolas Rapold
In Memoriam: Nelson Pereira dos Santos by Violet Lucca
Reviews: Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot by Molly Haskell, Eighth Grade by Madeline Whittle, Blindspotting by Tayler Montague, Madeline’s Madeline by Devika Girish
Short Takes: Support the Girls by April Wolfe, Leave No Trace by Nick Davis, Nico, 1988 by Margaret Barton-Fumo, The Captain by José Teodoro, Good Manners by Nicolas Rapold
Home Movies: The current state of gay streaming by Michael Koresky, Allan Dwan & Douglas Fairbanks’s The Good Bad Man & The Half-Breed by Nick Pinkerton, The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez by Justin Stewart, Cargo by Chloe Lizotte, The Changeling by Nicolas Rapold, Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song by Nick Davis, Vigil by Maitland McDonagh, The Complete Hal Roach/Thelma Todd/Patsy Kelly Comedy Collection by Steven Mears, Wish List: Ruby in Paradise by Laura Kern
Readings: Montage by Mrinal Sen, reviewed by Devika Girish; Bruce Lee: A Life by Matthew Polly, reviewed by R. Emmet Sweeney; Sterling Hayden’s Wars by Lee Mandel, reviewed by Mark Asch
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