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Cinema Scope

Issue 78 - Spring 2019
Magazine

With unparalleled depth and breadth, Cinema Scope is one of the most respected English-language publications on film worldwide. Cinema Scope unites experienced critics from across North America with up-and-coming writers. Packed with reviews, essays, festival reports, and interviews, we’re geared to cinephiles looking for an intelligent forum on world cinema. “Advocates for a passionate, poltical and purist engagement with the movies”—The New York Times

cinema scope

Editor’s Note

The CINEMA SCOPE TOP TEN 2018

Audrey II • Sofia Bohdanowicz and Deragh Campbell’s MS Slavic 7

The Exorcist • Barbara Loden and Wanda

Presence and Poetry • Margaret Tait at 100

You Can’t Own an Idea • The Films of James N. Kienitz Wilkins

To Thine Own Self Be True • Angela Schanelec on I Was at Home, But…

Cruel Stories of Youth • Obayashi Nobuhiko’s Hanagatami

Art Like Bread • The Films of Patrick Wang

Screenlife’s What You Make It • Thoughts on Searching, Profile, Unfriended: Dark Web, and Cam

Between Light and Nowhere • On the Video Art of Rainer Kohlberger

Manhattan Style • Andy Warhol’s Empire

Man on Fire • Ringo Lam (1955-2018)

Missives from the End of the World • Jocelyne Saab (1948-2019)

Sundance: America and Beyond

Berlin: Here’s to the Future

Bigtime • Self-determined. Perspectives on Women Filmmakers

Rotterdam: Anchors Aweigh • Zhu Shengze’s Present.Perfect.

Hiding in Plain Sight • Kino Lorber’s Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

Flukes & Flakes

Répertoire des villes disparues • Denis Côté, Canada

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch • Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier, Canada

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead • Ben Wheatley, UK

Makino Takashi’s Ghost of OT301


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 84 Publisher: Cinema Scope Publishing Edition: Issue 78 - Spring 2019

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  • Release date: March 22, 2019

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English

With unparalleled depth and breadth, Cinema Scope is one of the most respected English-language publications on film worldwide. Cinema Scope unites experienced critics from across North America with up-and-coming writers. Packed with reviews, essays, festival reports, and interviews, we’re geared to cinephiles looking for an intelligent forum on world cinema. “Advocates for a passionate, poltical and purist engagement with the movies”—The New York Times

cinema scope

Editor’s Note

The CINEMA SCOPE TOP TEN 2018

Audrey II • Sofia Bohdanowicz and Deragh Campbell’s MS Slavic 7

The Exorcist • Barbara Loden and Wanda

Presence and Poetry • Margaret Tait at 100

You Can’t Own an Idea • The Films of James N. Kienitz Wilkins

To Thine Own Self Be True • Angela Schanelec on I Was at Home, But…

Cruel Stories of Youth • Obayashi Nobuhiko’s Hanagatami

Art Like Bread • The Films of Patrick Wang

Screenlife’s What You Make It • Thoughts on Searching, Profile, Unfriended: Dark Web, and Cam

Between Light and Nowhere • On the Video Art of Rainer Kohlberger

Manhattan Style • Andy Warhol’s Empire

Man on Fire • Ringo Lam (1955-2018)

Missives from the End of the World • Jocelyne Saab (1948-2019)

Sundance: America and Beyond

Berlin: Here’s to the Future

Bigtime • Self-determined. Perspectives on Women Filmmakers

Rotterdam: Anchors Aweigh • Zhu Shengze’s Present.Perfect.

Hiding in Plain Sight • Kino Lorber’s Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers

Flukes & Flakes

Répertoire des villes disparues • Denis Côté, Canada

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch • Jennifer Baichwal, Edward Burtynsky, Nicholas de Pencier, Canada

Happy New Year, Colin Burstead • Ben Wheatley, UK

Makino Takashi’s Ghost of OT301


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