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Cinema Scope

Issue 84 - Fall 2020
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 Act of Living • Gianfranco Rosi on Notturno

I Lost It at the Movies • Charlie Kaufman’s Antkind and I’m Thinking of Ending Things

Open Ticket • The Long, Strange Trip of Ulrike Ottinger

A Pierce of the Action • On Claudine and Uptight

Movies for Robots • Isiah Medina’s Inventing the Future

Reconstructing Violence • Nicolás Pereda on Fauna

Moving Toward and Away from Horror • 100 Years of Olympic Films, 1912–2012

The Home and the World • Three Films by Ruchir Joshi

Paulo Rocha’s Signs of Life

Chums at Midnight • On Hopper/Welles

Molto Bene • The Life and Deeds of a Selfless Egomaniac

Film Dada • Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate

Judged and Found Wanting • How Silicon Valley Continued Mike Judge’s Satirical Anthropology

Known Unknowns • Francis Savel’s Équation à un inconnu

Presumptions & Biases

THE INHERITANCE • Ephraim Asili, US

TENET • Christopher Nolan, US

POSSESSOR • Brandon Cronenberg, UK/Canada

BLOODY NOSE, EMPTY POCKETS • Bill and Turner Ross, US

FIRST COW • Kelly Reichardt, US

Artificial Paradise • Chick Strand, 1982-85


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Frequency: Quarterly Pages: 84 Publisher: Cinema Scope Publishing Edition: Issue 84 - Fall 2020

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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 Act of Living • Gianfranco Rosi on Notturno

I Lost It at the Movies • Charlie Kaufman’s Antkind and I’m Thinking of Ending Things

Open Ticket • The Long, Strange Trip of Ulrike Ottinger

A Pierce of the Action • On Claudine and Uptight

Movies for Robots • Isiah Medina’s Inventing the Future

Reconstructing Violence • Nicolás Pereda on Fauna

Moving Toward and Away from Horror • 100 Years of Olympic Films, 1912–2012

The Home and the World • Three Films by Ruchir Joshi

Paulo Rocha’s Signs of Life

Chums at Midnight • On Hopper/Welles

Molto Bene • The Life and Deeds of a Selfless Egomaniac

Film Dada • Kurt Schwitters’ Ursonate

Judged and Found Wanting • How Silicon Valley Continued Mike Judge’s Satirical Anthropology

Known Unknowns • Francis Savel’s Équation à un inconnu

Presumptions & Biases

THE INHERITANCE • Ephraim Asili, US

TENET • Christopher Nolan, US

POSSESSOR • Brandon Cronenberg, UK/Canada

BLOODY NOSE, EMPTY POCKETS • Bill and Turner Ross, US

FIRST COW • Kelly Reichardt, US

Artificial Paradise • Chick Strand, 1982-85


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