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Cinema Scope

Issue 80 - Fall 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

No God But the Unknown • Pietro Marcello and Maurizio Braucci on Martin Eden

In Theaters Fall 2019

Natural Wonders • The Films of Jessica Sarah Rinland

I See a Darkness • Pedro Costa on Vitalina Varela

Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown • Kazik Radwanski’s Anne at 13,000 ft

The Taste of Summer • The Film Farm at 25

For a Cinema of Bombardment

Naked in Paris • Nadav Lapid on Synonyms

Together We’re Willing to Take Any Risk • The Films of Han Ok-hee and Kaidu Club

Land and Sea • Ogawa Shinsuke and Tsuchimoto Noriaki

Occupational Hazard • On Earth and Other Recent Films by Nikolaus Geyrhalter

And That’s Exactly How it Was • The 72nd Locarno Film Festival

Golden Eighties • J. Hoberman’s Make My Day: Movie Culture in the Age of Reagan

Silence and Presence • Chantal Akerman’s My Mother Laughs

There’s No Business Like Slow Business • Too Old to Die Young

Compulsively Yours • (including a few real-life confessions/admissions)

Fire Will Come • Oliver Laxe, Spain/France/Luxembourg

No Data Plan • Miko Revereza, US

The Traitor • Marco Bellocchio, Italy/France/Brazil/Germany

Light From Light • Paul Harrill, US

Midsommar • Ari Aster, US/Sweden

Peter Fonda’s Idaho Transfer


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 84 Publisher: Cinema Scope Publishing Edition: Issue 80 - Fall 2019

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  • Release date: September 20, 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

No God But the Unknown • Pietro Marcello and Maurizio Braucci on Martin Eden

In Theaters Fall 2019

Natural Wonders • The Films of Jessica Sarah Rinland

I See a Darkness • Pedro Costa on Vitalina Varela

Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown • Kazik Radwanski’s Anne at 13,000 ft

The Taste of Summer • The Film Farm at 25

For a Cinema of Bombardment

Naked in Paris • Nadav Lapid on Synonyms

Together We’re Willing to Take Any Risk • The Films of Han Ok-hee and Kaidu Club

Land and Sea • Ogawa Shinsuke and Tsuchimoto Noriaki

Occupational Hazard • On Earth and Other Recent Films by Nikolaus Geyrhalter

And That’s Exactly How it Was • The 72nd Locarno Film Festival

Golden Eighties • J. Hoberman’s Make My Day: Movie Culture in the Age of Reagan

Silence and Presence • Chantal Akerman’s My Mother Laughs

There’s No Business Like Slow Business • Too Old to Die Young

Compulsively Yours • (including a few real-life confessions/admissions)

Fire Will Come • Oliver Laxe, Spain/France/Luxembourg

No Data Plan • Miko Revereza, US

The Traitor • Marco Bellocchio, Italy/France/Brazil/Germany

Light From Light • Paul Harrill, US

Midsommar • Ari Aster, US/Sweden

Peter Fonda’s Idaho Transfer


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