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1.

A review of Criterion's wonderful transfer of the Alain Resnais film which helped usher in the 1960s modernist cinema.

2.

Sometimes it is a fine line between homage and imitation. With the plentiful allusions to George Romero’s classic zombie trilogy (Night of the Living Dead, 1968, Dawn of the Dead, 1979, and Day of the Dead, 1985) the line is perilously treaded in Danny Boyle’s latest pseudo zombie, science-fiction action thriller 28 Days Later.

3.

The long wait is over. After a one year hiatus for economic and logistical reasons, the FanTasia International Film Festival is back (July 17-August 10, 2003).

4.

Review of Criterion's new transfer of Sam Peckinpah's early 70s classic.

5.

Socialist Realism During the Thaw: DVD review

6.

An in-depth DVD review of Wakamatsu's seminal Roman Porno film.

7.

A round-up of some of the best from one of the more interesting National cinemas of the past few years.

8.

Alucarda: Forgotten Mexican Horror

9.

The Association of Moving Image Archivists journal's flagship issue.

10.

A round-up of some of the best from one of the more interesting National cinemas of the past few years.


12.

Rist discusses why he thinks Gerry signals a strong return to form for Van Sant.


14.

Totaro gets the ball rolling on Gerry.

15.

The home video revolution, especially with the success of the DVD format and the massive availability of alternative cinemas in this format, has, for better or for worse, altered the function of the repertory theatre.


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