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Bimonthly Magazine from Sweden
Ceased publication

- First issue: 2003
- FILMHAFTET was written in Swedish and English from 1973 to 2002.
- FILM INTERNATIONAL is the successor written only in English.
- "Published as a bi-monthly, full colour magazine, Film International covers all aspects of film culture in a visually dynamic way. This new breed of film publication brings together established film scholars with renowned journalists to provide an informed and animated commentary on the spectacle of world cinema."
- For previous issues see FILMHAFTET.
- Published by Intellect
- Website: www.filmint.nu

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CONTENTS: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 All GALLERIES: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 All

Issue 30
November/December 2007
Editorial: Andre Bazin at 90 by Jeffrey Crouse.
Because We Need Him Now: Re-Enchanting Film Studies Through Bazin by Jeffrey Crouse.
What is Criticism? by Charles Warren.
Godard and Bazin by Diane Stevenson.
Cinema as an Art of Potential Metaphors: The Rehabilitation of Metaphor in Andre Bazin's Realist Film Theory by Mats Rohdin.
Bazin as Cavellian Realist by William Rothman.
The View Across the Courtyard: Bazin and the Evolution of Depth Style by Tom Paulus.
Andre Bazin & the Preservation of Loss by Karla Oeler.
The Best Years of Our Lives: Planes of Innocence and Experience by Richard Armstrong.
Festival Reports: Toronto 2007 (Barry Keith Grant), Z?rich 2007: interview with festival director Karl Spoerri (Davide Caputo).

Issue 29
September/October 2007
Film Scratches: Notes from the Fringe by Liza Palmer.
Film as a Radical Pedagogic Tool by Deirdre O'Neill and Michael Wayne.
Courting the Critics / Assuring the Audiences: The Modulation of Dirty Harry in a Changing Cultural Climate by Deborah Allison.
'Every Cannes Needs Its Scandal': Between Art and Exploitation in Contemporary French Film by Hampus Hagman.
A Modern Gesture: Minnelli and the Crisis of Post-War Patriarchy by Christopher Sharrett.
Jean-Marc Barr and 'Impossible Love': Love, Sex and Spirituality in the Free Trilogy by Gary M. Kramer.
DVD Reviews: Yi Yi (James Udden), Cinema 16: European Short Films (Gary M. Kramer), Clean, Shaven (Anton Bitel), Eric Rohmer's Six Moral Tales (Michelle Scatton-Tessier), R.W. Paul: The Collected Films, 1895-1908 (Stephen Boomer), Echoes of Forgotten Places: Urban Exploration, Industrial Archeology, and the Aesthetics of Decay (Tom Stanek), Army in the Shadows (Harry Joll).
Book Reviews: Screening the Past: Memory and Nostalgia in Cinema (Mattias Frey), Dudley Murphy: Hollywood Wild Card (Ethan de Seife).
Festival Reports: Cannes 2007 (Jan Lumholdt).

Issue 28
July/August 2007
Appearing Fabu-lous: From Tender Romance to Horrifying Sex by Frances Harding.
'Looking at Ourselves in Our Mirror': Agency, Counter-Discourse, and the Nigerian Video Film by Chukwuma Okoye.
Nnebue: The Anatomy of Power by Jonathan Haynes.
The Act and Art of Seeing Visual Media in West Africa: TV and Video in Northern C?te d'Ivoire by Till F?rster.
Creating the Balance: Hallelujah Masculinities in a Ghanaian Video Film by Wisdom Agorde.
The Hausa Video Film: The Call of the Muezzin by Hyginus Ekwuazi.
Magical Realism and the 'Power' of Nollywood Home Video Films by Hope Eghagha.
Currying Favour: Eastern Media Influences and the Hausa Video Film by Abdalla Uba Adamu.
The Pan-Africanism We Have: Nollywood's Invention of Africa by John C. McCall.
Women, Religion and Guilt in Hausa Home Video: An Assessment by Aminu Fagge Mohammad.
'Nollywood': What's in a Name? by Jonathan Haynes.
The 'Nollywood Rising' Conference by Brian Larkin.
Nollywood Comes to the Caribbean by Philip Cartelli.
DVD Reviews: Letters from Iwo Jima (Bryan Nixon), Kicking and Screaming (Liza Palmer), Army of Shadows (Tim Palmer).
Book Reviews: Roman Polanski: The Cinema of a Cultural Traveller (Davide Caputo), The Face on the Screen: Death, Recognition & Spectatorship (Stephanie Dickison)

Issue 27
May/June 2007
Greece and Rome on Screen by Theresa Urbainczyk.
Catch Hannibal at Mr. Ripley's Fight Club If You Can: From Eurodecadent Cinema to American Nationalist Allegory by Robert von Dassanowsky.
From Ruggles to Rally; or, America, America! The Strange Career of Leo McCarey by Robin Wood.
Stephen Frears: Master of Hi-Lo Culture by Deborah Allison.
Camus and Carne Transformed: Bergman's The Silence versus Antonioni's The Passenger by John Orr.
Czech Dream in a Capitalist Republic: An Interview with Czech Film-Maker Filip Remunda by Roderick Coover.
DVD Reviews: Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song (Mark Bould), Baadasssss (aka How to Get the Man's Foot Outta Your Ass) (Mark Bould), Divan (Pamela S. Evers), Prom Night in Kansas City (Pamela S. Evers), Film ist. [1-12] DVD Edition (James Kreul), Films from a Dark Room (James Kreul).
Book Reviews: Into the Vortex: Female Voice and Paradox in Film (Stephanie Dickison), The Image of Librarians in Cinema, 1917-1999 (Adina L. Riggins), Theory of the Image: Capitalism, Contemporary Film, and Women (Tom Stanek), Cinema 1 & 2 (Sherryl Vint).
Festival Reports: Berlin 2007 (Jan Lumholdt).

Issue 26
March/April 2007
This Amazing Stranger from the Planet Krypton': Industrial Design and the Machine Paradigm in the Fleischer Animated Superman shorts 1941-43 by Marek Wasielewski.
Oh My God, This Film's Really Turning Me On!: Adapting Flash Gordon by Mark Bould.
Souffles and Sexual Tightropes: An Interview with Mike Hodges by Mark Bould.
Superheroes for Perverts - Zizek and Bordwell Go to the Funny Papers by Mark Murphy.
Mina, The Magical Female: Inferential Sexism in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen by Joshua Cozine.
DVD Reviews: Seduced and Abandoned (Terry Hobgood), The Essential Atom Egoyan Box Set (Sherryl Vint).
Book Reviews: Les Diaboliques (Chelsea Wayant), Women & Experimental Filmmaking (Lars Gustaf Andersson), The Last Great American Picture Show: New Hollywood Cinema in the 1970s (Michael Coyne), Anita Loos Rediscovered (Stephanie Dickison), The New European Cinema (Mattias Frey), Realer than Reel: Global Directions in Documentary (Annabelle Honess Roe), Popular Cinema in Brazil (Gary M. Kramer), Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (Paul N. Reinsch), The Cinema of Scandinavia (Ann-Kristin Wallengren), Odeon Cinemas 2 (Deborah Allison), An Amourous History of the Silver Screen: Shanghai Cinema 1896-1937 (Brian R. Jacobson), British Film Makers: Derek Jarman (Ryan Prout).
Festival Reports: Torino (Jan Lumholdt), Marrakech (Jan Lumholdt), Tokyo Filmex (Eija Niskanen), Hiroshima (Eija Niskanen)

Issue 25
January/February 2007

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