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- First and last issue: 1962-1991
- Founded in 1962 under the influence of Cahiers Du Cinema.
- Articles by Robin Wood, V. F. Perkins, Ian Cameron, Paul Mayersberg and more.
- Edited by Ian Cameron.
- Went to A4+ size with #8.
- Published by Movie Magazine ltd

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Ceased publication
Last updated:
19 July 2017

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Mike
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CONTENTS: 1962 1963 1965 1968 1969 1970 1971 1975 1976 1977 1978 1980 1982 1986 1989 1990 1991 GALLERIES: 1962 1963 1965 1968 1969 1970 1971 1975 1976 1977 1978 1980 1982 1986 1989 1990 1991 All DATABASE INFO
32 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Issue 36
1991

Contents include: Movies And Point Of View (article on RIO BRAVO and THE LUSTY MEN by Douglas Pye); A Cinema Of Repression; De Niro And Depardieu (article by David Russell); The Ghost And The Machine (article by Deborah Thomas); LA SIGNORA DI TUTTI (review article by Michael Walker); Ophuls Contra Wagner (article by V.F. Perkins); Pleasures And Excess: Vincent Price And The Horror Film (article by Leon Hunt).


Issue 34/35
December 1990



Issue 33
December 1989



Issue 31/32
December 1986



Issue 29/30
June 1982



Issue 27/28
December 1980

devoted to American films of the 1970's. Includes articles on film and the Vietnam war,horror films, women's fims, and pieces on many individual films along with background material.


Issue 26
December 1978

Contents include: The Ideology Of Screen" (article by Andrew Britton); An Interview With Walter Hill (by Alain Silver and Elizabeth Ward); Arthur Penn: The Flight From Reality (article by Terence Butler).


Issue 25
December 1977

Genre And History: FORT APACHE and THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE (article by Douglas Pye); American Cinema In The 70s: THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE; THE EXORCIST; CARRIE; WHITE LINE FEVER.Four Films Of Lana Turner (article by Richard Dyer); Notes On Sirk And Melodrama (article by Laura Mulvey); Writing For Television: An Interview With E.A. Whitehead (by V.F. Perkins and Douglas Pye).


Issue 24
Spring/March/April/May 1977

Special Issue: The Musical.
Articles:Entertainment And Utopia (by Richard Dyer); Show-Making (by Dennis Giles); Interview: Stanley Donen (by Jim Hillier); The Backstage Musical (by John Belton); Art, Music, Nature And Walt Disney (by William Paul); Short Reviews: LOVE ME TONIGHT (by Paddy Whannel); THE BELLE OF NEW YORK (by Martin Sutton); LILI (by Martin Sutton); BRIGADOON (by Martin Sutton); MY SISTER EILEEN (by Paddy Whannel); HELLO, DOLLY! (by Michael Walker); ON A CLEAR DAY, YOU CAN SEE FOREVER (by Jim Cook).


Issue 23
Winter/December 1976

Bertolucci: Before 1900 (article by Robin Wood); Bertolucci: Thinking About Father (article by Andrew Britton); American Cinema in the '70s:RACE WITH THE DEVIL; JAWS; DOG DAY AFTERNOON; THE WIND AND THE LION.THE SOUND OF MUSIC (by Richard Dyer); Interview with Robert Aldrich (by Pierre Sauvage).


Issue 22
March 1976

MANDINGO (review article by Andrew Britton); Richard Fleischer interview (by Ian Cameron and Douglas Pye); American Cinema In The 70s: review articles on THE WAY WE WERE (by Richard Dyer); NIGHT MOVES (by Michael Walker)and ALICE DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANY MORE (by Christine Geraghty); John Ford And The Critics (article by Douglas Pye); Feminist Film Criticism (by Janey Place and Julianne Burton); Comment: Television And Criticism (article by Joe Stefanos).


Issue 21
September 1975

Smart-Ass And Cutie-Pie: Notes Towards An Evaluation Of Robert Altman (article by Robin Wood); American Cinema In The 70s: review articles on JENNIFER ON MY MIND (by Jim Hillier); JUNIOR BONNER (by Douglas Pye); THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS (by Tom Ryan); THE TOWERING INFERNO (by Richard Dyer); TWO-LANE BLACKTOP (by Terence Butler); Making Do - Or Better: The American TV Movie (article by John M. Smith); The Making Of UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS, A Television Series (by Charles Barr, Jim Hillier and V.F. Perkins).


Issue 20
March 1975

The Return Of "Movie" (a discussion between Ian Cameron, V.F. Perkins, Robin Wood, Michael Walker and Jim Hillier); Approaching Television (article by Charles Barr); Genre And Movies (article by Douglas Pye); Claude Chabrol: Into The 70s (article by Michael Walker).


Issue 19
December 1971

Special Issue: Elia Kazan.Kazan interviewed by Stuart Byron and Martin Rubin; Out Of The 40s (article by Jim Hillier); Kazan And Williams (article by Jim Hillier); Three Liberal Films (article by John M. Smith); The Kazan Problem (article by Robin Wood);review articles on EAST OF EDEN (by Jim Hillier); WILD RIVER (by Michael Walker); SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS (by Michael Walker); AMERICA, AMERICA (by V.F. Perkins).Kazan Checklist: Plays, Films, Novels (compiled by Jim Hillier).


Issue 18
December 1970

Claude Chabrol Interviewed (by Michel Ciment, Gerard Legrand and Jean-Paul Torok, translated by Elisabeth Cameron); The Old Age Of Alfred Hitchcock: TOPAZ (review article by Michael Walker); THE ARRANGEMENT (review article by John M. Smith); MA NUIT CHEZ MAUD (review article by Jim Hillier); ZABRISKIE POINT (review article by Robin Wood); MODEL SHOP (review article by Jim Hillier); Arthur Penn In Canada (interview with Penn on the set of LITTLE BIG MAN, by Robin Wood); New York Film Festival (report by Robin Wood); Festival Films From Cannes, Venice and London: short reviews of LE BOUCHER, DEEP END, L'ENFANT SAUVAGE, LA FAUTE DE L'ABBE MOURET, LEO THE LAST, SOCRATE, LA STRATEGIA DEL RAGNO (aka THE SPIDER'S STRATAGEM), TRISTANA, VENT D'EST, WANDA and others (by Ian Cameron).


Issue 17
December 1969

Includes two interviews with film director, Sam Fuller; one 'Paris 1965' by Stig Bjorkman, and the other 'California 1969' by Mark Shivas. With reviews of Blake Edwards' film The Party with Peter Sellers by Charles Barr and Ingmar Bergman's Shame by Michael Walker.


Issue 16
December 1968

Theme: Richard Lester, Ingmar Bergman. # 'Interview with Ingmar Bergman,' Stig Bj?rkman, Torsten Manns, and Jonas Sima, pages 2 - 8. # 'Hour of the Wolf,' Robin Wood, pages 9 - 12. # 'Supporting the British Cinema[Legislation and the British Cinema],' V. F. Perkins, pages 13 - 15. # 'Interview with Richard Lester [with filmography],' Ian Cameron and Mark Shivas, pages 16 - 28. # 'Godard and Weekend,' Robin Wood, pages 29 - 33. # 'The Detective,' John Milton Smith, pages 33 - 34. # 'The Bride Wore Black,' Peter von Bagh, pages 34 - 36. # '[Letter From] Hollywood,' Peter Bogdanovich, pages 36 - 37. # '[Letter from] Helsinki,' Peter von Bagh, pages 37 - 38. # 'Tashlin's Cartoons,' Peter Bogdanovich, pages 38 - 39. # 'Short Reviews [One Plus One, Bullitt, The Fireman's Ball, The Lion in Winter, Rachel, Rachel, Charly, Boom, Secret Cereony, Star!, The Thomas Crown Affair, Finian's Rainbow, If ..., Rosemary's Baby,],' Ian Cameron and Mark Shivas, pages 39. # 'Goldfinger's Odeon,' Dennis Sharp, page 41.


Issue 15
March 1968

Working Within The System: Interview With Don Siegel by Peter Bogdanovich.Forced To Be Free, or: Doing Business In A Great Art by V.F. Perkins.Features:I LOVE, YOU LOVE by Stig Bjorkman.TARGETS (uncredited).Reviews:PERSONA, by Robin Wood.REFLECTIONS IN A GOLDEN EYE, by Paul Mayersberg.BELLE DE JOUR: two reviews, by Raymond Durgnat and Robin Wood.FAR FROM VIETNAM, by Richard Winkler.Small Talk: from Hollywood, Barcelona, Stockholm and Rome (by Peter Bogdanovich, Jose Luis Guarner, Torsten Manns and Adriano Apra.Short Reviews:CHARLIE BUBBLES; ROMEO AND JULIET; SEBASTIAN.


Issue 14
Autumn/September 1965

British Lion (article by Mark Shivas); Interview with Clive Donner (by Ian Cameron and Mark Shivas).Review articles: LE BONHEUR (by Sallyann Blair); REPULSION (by Charles Barr and Peter von Bagh); MAJOR DUNDEE (by James Leahy); LA BAIE DES ANGES (by Robin Wood); JUDEX (by Ian Cameron).Cannes Film Festival Report (by Mark Shivas and Ian Cameron).Reviews: SHENANDOAH; THE DISORDERLY ORDERLY; THE HALLELUJAH TRAIL; THE GREAT RACE; SPY WITH MY FACE; CATCH US IF YOU CAN; LE JOURNAL D'UNE FEMME DE CHAMBRE; DARLING; THE AMOROUS ADVENTURES OF MOLL FLANDERS; HOW TO MURDER YOUR WIFE; CAT BALLOU; THE SANDPIPER.Reports from Hollywood, Madrid, New York and London.


Issue 13
Summer/June 1965

Review Articles: UNE FEMME MARIEE (by Philip French); NOW ABOUT THOSE WOMEN (by Ian Cameron); THE RED DESERT (by Robin Wood).Interview with Otto Preminger (by Ian Cameron, Paul Mayersberg and Mark Shivas).Reviews: THERESE DESQUEYROUX; THE KILLERS; CLEOPATRA; LE CRIME DE MONSIEUR LANGE; LORD JIM; THE PATSY; THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD; MATA HARI, AGENT SECRET H.21; DEAR HEART; THE ROUNDERS; A HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA; HUSH...HUSH, SWEET CHARLOTTE; REPULSION; THE COMEDY OF TERRORS; THREE GODFATHERS; THE IPCRESS FILE; THE AMERICANIZATION OF EMILY; L'HOMME DE RIO (aka THAT MAN FROM RIO); VON RYAN'S EXPRESS; THE KNACK; BABY, THE RAIN MUST FALL; MAJOR DUNDEE.Reports from Hollywood, Madrid, New York, Stockholm, Rome and London.


Issue 12
Spring/March 1965

Richard Brooks: Interview (with Ian Cameron, Mark Shivas, Paul Mayersberg and V.F. Perkins); Conservative Idealist (article by Paul Mayersberg); Two Christian Films (article by Raymond Durgnat); Foreword to LORD JIM (article by Richard Brooks); Filmography (compiled by Tom Vallance).Review Articles: THE HUNDRED HORSEMEN (aka LOS CIEN CABALLEROS) (by Jose Luis Guarner); The Universal Hitchcock: THE BIRDS and MARNIE (by Ian Cameron and Richard Jeffery); KING AND COUNTRY (by Charles Barr).Tours Film Festival (report by Raymond Durgnat); Michelangelo Antonioni Interview (by Jean-Luc Godard); Other reviews: MAN'S FAVOURITE SPORT; CHEYENNE AUTUMN; SUNDAY IN NEW YORK; THE SILENCE; MY FAIR LADY; THERESE DESQUEYROUX; RAVEN'S END; FAIL-SAFE; GOODBYE CHARLIE; A SHOT IN THE DARK; TOUS LES GARCONS S'APPELLENT PATRICK; RIO CONCHOS.Reports from Hollywood, Madrid, Paris, New York, Stockholm, Rome and London.


Issue 11
July 1963

55 DAYS AT PEKING (review article by V.F. Perkins); Interview with King Vidor (by V.F. Perkins and Mark Shivas); DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES (review article by Paul Mayersberg); LE PETIT SOLDAT (review article by Barry Boys); PANIC IN YEAR ZERO (review article by Paul Mayersberg); FREAKS (review article by Paul Mayersberg); TOWERS OPEN FIRE (review article by Ian Cameron); Cannes Film Festival report: short reviews of IL GATTOPARDO (aka THE LEAOPARD); THE BIRDS; CARAMBOLAGE; LE RAT D'AMERIQUE; LORD OF THE FLIES; OTTO E MEZZO (aka EIGHT AND A HALF); I FIDIZANTI; HARAKIRI; LA JETEE; LE JOLI MAI; HALLELUJAH THE HILLS!; LA BAIE DES ANGES; DAVID AND LISA and others; Uncredited article on the delayed British release of ANGEL BABY; Short reviews of NINOTCHKA; STATION SIX - SAHARA; THE NUTTY PROFESSOR.


Issue 10
June 1963

The Darwinian World Of Claude Cahbrol (article by Ian Cameron); Wait And See: Chabrol Films Not Yet Shown In Britain (article by Jean-Andre Fieschi); Coming Soon: OPHELIA (review article by Mark Shivas); Claude Chabrol Interview (by Mark Shivas and Jean-Andre Fieschi); Against THIS SPORTING LIFE (review article by Ian Cameron); Vincente Minnelli Interviewed In Argentina (by Ernesto Serebrinsky and Oscar Garaycochea); THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER (review article by Barry Boys); Vincente Minnelli Filmography.Short Reviews: LE TESTAMENT DU DOCTEUR CORDELIER (aka EXPERIMENT IN EVIL); MY SIX LOVES; DONOVAN'S REEF; MARILYN; LOVE IS A BALL (aka ALL THIS AND MONEY TOO); GUNS OF WYOMING; LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT.


Issue 9
May 1963

Reviews by Peter Bogdanovich including Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, Jerry Lewis' The Nutty Professor and a description of a visit to the set of the Howard Hawks film Man's Favorite Sport? with Rock Hudson and Paula Prentiss.This issue also contains articles on film director Nicholas Ray including a long interview with him.


Issue 8
April 1963

Contents: Robert Aldrich (article by Paul Mayersberg); WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? (review article by Andrew Sarris); Interview With Robert Aldrich (by Mark Shivas and Ian Cameron, complete with Robert Aldrich filmography); Cinema-Verite (article by Mark Shivas and Ian Cameron, also including interviews by them with Richard Leacock, Albert and David Maysles, William Klein, Jean Rouch and Jacques Rozier); Movie Differences (discussion between Ian Cameron, Paul Mayersberg, V.F. Perkins and Mark Shivas).


Issue 7
February/March 1963

Article by Peter Bogdanovich on the subject of film director Frank Tashlin, best known for his films The Paleface, The Lemon Drop Kid (co-directed with Sidney Lumet), Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?, and several Jerry Lewis comedies including The Geisha Boy and Cinderfella. Also contains another long article on Frank Tashlin by Ian Cameron. This issue also contains a review of Orson Welles' film 'The Trial.'


Issue 6
January 1963

Alfred Hitchcock Interview (by V.F. Perkins and Ian Cameron); Hitchcock: Suspense And Meaning, Part Two (article by Ian Cameron); Tours Film Festival (report by jean Douchet); Ten Best Lists For 1962 (compiled by Ian Cameron, Paul Mayersberg, V.F. Perkins, Mark Shivas, Stig Bjorkman, Jean Douchet, Jean-Andre Fieschi, Jose Luis Guarner, Jan Van Mastrigt and Andrew Sarris). Censorship:Overview article by V.F. Perkins; interviews with John Trevelyan, Robert Aldrich and Joseph Losey; screenplay extract of censored scene from VIVRE SA VIE.Review Articles: VIVRE SA VIE (by Jean-Andre Fieschi); GYPSY (by Ian Cameron); HOW THE WEST WAS WON (by Mark Shivas); LE BEAU SERGE (by Barry Boys); THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY (by Goran Persson); VANINA VANINI (by Paul Mayersberg); JUMBO (by Mark Shivas).Short Reviews: IT'S ONLY MONEY; PRIVATE POTTER; ROPE; TUNNEL 28 (aka ESCAPE FROM EAST BERLIN).


Issue 5
December 1962

Contents include:Howard Hawks: articles by V.F. Perkins, Robin Wood, Mark Shivas, Peter Bogdanovich and Jacques Rivette; Howards Hawks Interview (by Peter Bogdanovich); plus review articles and short reviews of THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE; SHIN HEIKE MONOGATARI; GYPSY, AMERICA THROUGH THE KEYHOLE and VANINA VANINI.


Issue 4
November 1962

Fritz Lang Talks About Dr. Mabuse (article by Fritz Lang); THE THOUSAND EYES OF DR. MABUSE (review article by Mark Shivas); Introducing Michel Deville (uncredited article); Two Views Of Jean Renoir's LE CAPORAL EPINGLE (by Mark Shivas and Ian Cameron); Attitudes In ADVISE AND CONSENT (article by Robin Wood); Interview With Otto Preminger; Carmen And Bess (article by Paul Mayersberg); Otto Preminger Filmography; The Limits Of Suspense (article by Ian Cameron); A Method Of Making Films (article by Andrew L. Stone); The Password Is Cleaning Cloths: THE PASSWORD IS COURAGE (review article by Mark Shivas); An Important Re-release: GIANT (review article by V.F. Perkins); LE RENDEZ-VOUS DE MINUIT (review article by Paul Mayersberg); Short Reviews: THE CHAPMAN REPORT; KID GALAHAD; THE NOTORIOUS LANDLADY; THE PREMATURE BURIAL; SODOM AND GOMORRAH; ZAZIE DANS LE METRO.


Issue 3
October 1962

Contents include:Cuba Si! (article on Cuban cinema); Alfred Hitchcock And The Mechanics Of Suspense, Part One (article by Ian Cameron); Vincente Minnelli and TWO WEEKS IN ANOTHER TOWN; Clive Donner and SOME PEOPLE;article on Arthur Penn; Venice Film Festival (report); Agnes Varda interview; and much else besides.


Issue 2
September 1962

Film Directors And Critics (article by Ian Cameron); Franju (uncredited article); Letter From New York 9by Andrew Sarris); Otto Preminger: Why Preminger? (introduction); LAURA (review article by Eugene Archer); From LAURA to ANGEL FACE (article by Paul Mayersberg); Review articles on THE MOON IS BLUE (by Ian Cameron); RIVER OF NO RETURN (by V.F. Perkins); THE COURT MARTIAL OF BILLY MITCHELL (by Eric Rohmer); THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM (by V.F. Perkins); SAINT JOAN (by Paul Mayersberg); BONJOUR TRISTESSE (by Ian Cameron); ANATOMY OF A MURDER (by Mark Shivas); EXODUS (by Robin Wood); Otto Preminger on ADVISE AND CONSENT (interview with Mark Shivas); Short Reviews: CHRONIQUE D'UN ETE; MERRILL'S MARAUDERS; ACCATONE; PARIS NOUS APPARTIENT.


Issue 1
June 1962

Contents include: The British Cinema; Big Subjects, Little Subjects (article by Claude Chabrol);Vincente Minnelli and THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE (interview and review);and much else besides.

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