Magazine from London ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- British film newspaper.
- Originally intended to be published monthly.
- Edited by Tony Raynes.
- It ceased publication after only three issues, the third appearing three months after the second.

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Issue 3
August 1972
Report on Censorship; Interview with Mike Hodges; Ten Best Amateur Films of 1972 (article by David McGillivray); "You'll Succeed At Last"; Perry Henzell interviewed (by Maryn Hayman); London Film-Malers Co-operative (article by Peter Gidal); The Count Of Days (Cannes Film Festival report by Verina Glaessner); Personal Statements In US Radical Style; WINTERSOLDIER and THE TRIAL OF THE CATONSVILLE NINE (article by Mitch Tuchman); San Remo Festival Report; AVANTI!: With Wilder in Italy (article by Robert Mundy); Reviews: CONCERT FOR BANGLADESH; KEEP ON ROCKIN'; LE BOUCHER; THE HOSPITAL; I AM A DANCER; FRENZY; THE FOUR DIMENSIONS OF GRETA; FRITZ THE CAT; THE GARDEN OF THE FINZI-CONTINIS; YOUNG WINSTON; KING LEAR. Brussels Postscript (article by Roland Lethem); Censored! In The Interests Of Public Sanity (article on three film versions of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA).

Issue 2
May 1972
Articles, interviews, reviews, stills and photographs including:
Stanley Kubrick's letter opened, 4th Yale Film Festival,
Movies Making Amsterdam, Robert Mundy's Los Angeles Newsletter, New York,
Brussels, Interview with Franηois Truffaut, Toulon Festival, Jean-Luc Godard,
Centre spread frames from Le Boucher, La Rupture and La Cictrice Interieure,
History of the British Cinema, Functional Cinema,
Trieste Science Fiction Film Festival, New Releases 16mm,
Production Guide and much more.

Issue 1
April 1972
Contents include:The Italian's Tale (uncredited reported on the filming in England of Pasolini's I RACCONTI DI CANTERBURY); Hammer (by David Pirie);Belfast Report (by Verina Glaessner); A Directory of UK Independent Film-Makers (uncredited);Breakthrough In Grey Room (by Anthony Balch);Interview With Donald Cammell (by John DuCane);A History Of The British Cinema, Part One (by Tom Heritage);Notes On Political Cinema (by Jim Pines);Crisis In The British Film Industry (by Mark Forstater);Alex Through The Looking-Glass (by Mitch Tuchman);Reviews: THE DECAMERON; THE FRENCH CONNECTION; MACBETH; ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA; McCABE AND MRS. MILLER; UNDER MILK WOOD; LE CERCLE ROUGE; THE LAST PICTURE SHOW; SUCH GOOD FRIENDS; THE OMEGA MAN; ZEE AND COMPANY; THE BROTHERS KARAMAZOV; THE CARIBBEAN FOX; THE RIGHT AND THE WRONG; BATTLE OF THE TEN MILLION; FORTUNE AND MEN'S EYES; THE LADY FROM CONSTANTINOPLE; QUIET DAYS IN CLICHY.

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