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CRITISCH FILMFORUM
aka "Skoop-Kritisch Filmforum"
Critical Filmforum

- First and last issue: 1965-1969
- A merger from two older Dutch magazines:
"Critisch Film- en Televisiebulletin" (published from 1948 to March 1965)
and
"Filmforum" (published from 1952 to December 1964)
- In October 1969 this new magazine merged again with "Skoop" (published since 1963)
- For a while the title was called "Skoop-Kritisch Filmforum" (notice the change in spelling from Critisch to Kritisch, typical for the late sixties)
- In 1971 the name Kritisch Filmforum disappeared from the cover of Skoop.

Magazine
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Ceased publication
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CONTENTS: 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 GALLERIES: 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 All DATABASE INFO
50 listed issue(s)

Issue 50
August/September 1969



Issue 49
June/July 1969



Issue 48
May 1969



Issue 47
April 1969



Issue 46
March 1969



Issue 45
February 1969



Issue 44
January 1969



Issue 43
December 1968



Issue 42
November 1968



Issue 41
October 1968



Issue 40
September 1968



Issue 39
July/August 1968



Issue 38
June 1968



Issue 37
May 1968



Issue 36
April 1968



Issue 35
February/March 1968



Issue 34
January 1968



Issue 33
December 1967



Issue 32
November 1967



Issue 31
October 1967



Issue 30
September 1967



Issue 29
August 1967



Issue 28
July 1967



Issue 27
June 1967



Issue 26
May 1967



Issue 25
April 1967



Issue 24
March 1967



Issue 23
February 1967



Issue 22
January 1967



Issue 21
December 1966



Issue 20
November 1966



Issue 19
October 1966



Issue 18
September 1966



Issue 17
August 1966



Issue 16
July 1966



Issue 15
June 1966



Issue 14
May 1966



Issue 13
April 1966



Issue 12
March 1966



Issue 11
February 1966


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