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Thinking Film Since 1973

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The Best of 2014 – and the Most Overrated

[...] BOYHOOD: Remarkable or Overrated? By Film International. Another film year has come to an end and it’s time to sum up. Here are the films that some [...]

Introduction: Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema

[...] By Parviz Jahed and Amir Ganjavie. [Editor’s note: The upcoming issue of Film International (issue 69, vol. 12, no. 3/2014) is dedicated to “Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema.” [...]

Diva Directors Around the Globe: Spotlight on Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

[...] . The Diva Directors interview series has appeared both online and in the print editions of Film International. To date, the series has included interviews with internationally acclaimed filmmakers [...]

Joseph Lawson, Genre Filmmaker: An Interview

[...] tight deadlines and tighter budgets. We first made contact when I wrote an article for Film International that was sharply critical of The Asylum, the company Lawson works for. Lawson responded in [...]

Jafar Panahi’s The Mirror: On Political Film in Post-Revolutionary Iranian Cinem...

[...] International 69, vol. 12, no. 3/2014, a special issue devoted to Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema.] The cinema of Jafar Panahi highlights two crucial strains of the problematic of Iranian [...]

Five Iranian Voices on Reza Mirkarimi’s Today

[...] , sees Today as a valuable addition to Iranian cinema. Deborah Young of the Hollywood Reporter describes Today as a movie that does not shout but [...]

Iran of Today : An Interview with Reza Mirkarimi

[...] . As a result, in my opinion, your cinema is thinking about forming a new connection between Iranian cinema and becoming international. If possible, explain a little about the role of space in your [...]

The Representation of Men in the Films of Abdol Reza Kahani, Houman Seyedi and B...

[...] International 69, vol. 12, no. 3/2014, a special issue devoted to Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema.] In an interview made in August 2013, Bahram Tavakoli declared that in his opinion, [...]

The Malick Illusion: Perceptual segmentation in The Thin Red Line

[...] noting that the idea of film as a multisensory experience has already garnered attention in film studies, especially by Laura Marks (2000, 2002), Vivian Sobchack (2004), Jennifer Barker (2009), [...]

Revulsion and Derision: Antichrist, The Human Centipede II and the British Press

[...] Other Ancillary Materials – A Critique and a Research Proposal”, Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies, February. Barker, Martin, Jane Arthurs and Ramaswami Harindranath (2001), The Crash [...]

Foxcatcher: Wealth, Power, Repression

[...] of self-negation, destruction, death. Christopher Sharrett is Professor of Communication and Film Studies at Seton Hall University. He writes often for Film International. [1] The spelling of the [...]

American Sniper: War’s Glories

[...] we and our film culture have become. Christopher Sharrett is Professor of Communication and Film Studies at Seton Hall University. He writes often for Film International. [...]

The Radical Film Network: for sustainable, oppositional film culture

[...] BFI. Karlin, Marc, Claire Johnston, Mark Nash and Paul Willemen (1980), “Problems of Independent Cinema: A Discussion Between Marc Karlin and Claire Johnston, Mark Nash and Paul Willemen,”  [...]

Adam Saunders on Launching Footprint Features

[...] with the direction the industry is moving in or are concerns for the healthy future of independent cinema justified? I’m optimistic. There are so many great artists working in this space, so many [...]

Introduction: Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema

[...] for contributions inspired heated debates among Iranian film scholars. The definition of independent cinema in Iran certainly led to controversies among the contributors, four of whom tried to tackle [...]

The Representation of Men in the Films of Abdol Reza Kahani, Houman Seyedi and B...

[...] cannot be independent in Iran. This argument highlights the question of how one defines independent cinema. Does it mean to make a film apart from the usual financial circuit or can a film be named [...]

A Thriller in Brief: on Point Mugu

[...] long time, and we had actually been talking about developing, and the possibility of making a feature film he had written. But as neither of us had experience producing we felt that we needed to start [...]

Games We Play: Nick Antosca and Armen Antranikian on The Girlfriend Game (2015)

[...] . I’m also working on another short film, as a way to explore some of the ideas we have for the feature film further. View The Girlfriend Game here. Matthew Sorrento is Interview Editor of Film [...]

Rare Screening of the Films of Jim Krell, Anthology Film Archives, April 17, 201...

[...] as an illumination, but in the way of a conflagration. This idea was further pursued in a feature film (unfinished) conveniently called The Arsonist. My filmmaking stint was also about being part [...]

Casting David Fincher: An Interview with Laray Mayfield

[...] casting a television show come with a unique set of challenges compared to casting a feature film, if only because of the expansive nature of television? It would be more the expansive [...]

Still Powerful in the Political: Lucy Lawless on The Code

[...] By Paul Risker. Lucy Lawless is no stranger to television. She has traversed time itself from swords and [...]

Fate and History: Volker Schlöndorff’s Diplomacy

[...] By Paul Risker. Cities rise, or fall, at the will of men. In a conflict of wills in 1944, Paris, the “City of [...]

The Return of I’m Alright Jack (1959)

[...] By Paul Risker. “I’m alright Jack” is English slang for an individual focused solely on his/her self-interest. [...]

Finding a Place: Katharine Isabelle on Torment (2013)

[...] By Paul Risker. Katharine Isabelle’s discovery of films could not have been more different than my own. My [...]

10.000 Km (2014)

[...] its place as a worthy addition to this line of vital modern romances. Zhuo-Ning Su is a PhD candidate in law at the Free University of Berlin. His writing on film has appeared in The Berlin [...]

Liverpool Radical Film Festival 2014

[...] over Merseyside throughout the year. For more information visit our site. Anthony Killick is a PhD candidate studying film festivals and politics at Edge Hill University. [...]

Brighton Palestine Film Festival 2014

[...] media as a “box ticker” caused deep suspicions held by the audience. Anthony Killick is a PhD candidate studying film festivals and politics at Edge Hill University. [...]

Still The Enemy Within (Owen Gower, 2014, UK)

[...] films leaving their Mail on Sunday reviewers shocked and appalled. Anthony Killick is a PhD candidate studying film festivals and politics at Edge Hill University and co-director of the [...]

Brighton Palestine Film Festival 2014

[...] the gap between the political and the aesthetic avant-garde. This was followed by a talk on radical film and the mainstream media delivered by myself and Dr. Lee Salter (University of Sussex). While [...]

Still The Enemy Within (Owen Gower, 2014, UK)

[...] what information enters the public sphere, and in what ways. It is one of the priorities of radical film to subvert both barriers. Neglecting these sorts of complexities is, perhaps, the price the [...]

The Radical Film Network: for sustainable, oppositional film culture

[...] contexts marked by crisis and discontent. Since the turn of the millennium, those radical film organisations in Britain that remained from the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s (such as Amber, Leeds [...]

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The Best of 2014 – and the Most Overrated

[...] BOYHOOD: Remarkable or Overrated? By Film International. Another film year has come to an end and it’s time to sum up. Here are the films that some [...]

Introduction: Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema

[...] By Parviz Jahed and Amir Ganjavie. [Editor’s note: The upcoming issue of Film International (issue 69, vol. 12, no. 3/2014) is dedicated to “Contemporary Independent Iranian Cinema.” [...]

Diva Directors Around the Globe: Spotlight on Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

[...] . The Diva Directors interview series has appeared both online and in the print editions of Film International. To date, the series has included interviews with internationally acclaimed filmmakers [...]

Joseph Lawson, Genre Filmmaker: An Interview

[...] tight deadlines and tighter budgets. We first made contact when I wrote an article for Film International that was sharply critical of The Asylum, the company Lawson works for. Lawson responded in [...]

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