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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

Last updated:
30 May 2023
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Scott Matheson

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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 36
November/December 2008

Issue 35
September/October 2008

Issue 34
July/August 2008

Issue 33
May/June 2008

Issue 32
March/April 2008
Editorial by Daniel Lindvall.
Science Fiction in the Brazilian Cinema: A Brief Overview by Alfredo Luiz Suppia.
New Zealand Film and Questions of Genre by Barry Keith Grant.
Digesting Steven Spielberg by Murray Pomerance.
A Personal Study of Film Studies, inspired by Film International's Frank Capra Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Film Criticism by Kira Takeshita.
Weaving a Dark Parody: A Psychoanalytical Reading of Zhang Yimou's Curse of the Golden Flower by Huang Yiju.
The Lovely Smallness of Doctor Who by Ken Chen.
Film Happenings by Liza Palmer.
DVD Reviews: Index 020, Index 023 (Lars Gustaf Andersson), La Haine (Philip Cartelli), Flag Wars (Chelsea Wayant).
Book Reviews: Cinema Before Cinema: The Origins of Scientific Cinematography (Carmen Siu), Filmosophy (David Sterritt).
Film Reviews: 4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days (Anton Biel), No Country for Old Men (Jonathan Murray), Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten (Ruth Starkman).
Festival Reports: Compass International Festival of Resistance (Nadia Arancio and Luke Moffat), London 2007 (Harry Joll), Thessaloniki 2007 (Dimitra Kessenides), Cucalorus 2007 (James Kreul), Turin 2007 (Jan Lumholdt), Montpellier 2007 (Larry Portis).

Issue 31
January/February 2008
Editorial by Daniel Lindvall.
Control and British Cinema by John Orr.
Gillo Pontecorvo: Partisan Film-Maker by Tom Behan.
Spiralling into Interiority: Ben Bolt's Adaptation of Henry James's The Turn of the Screw by Amy Lai.
A Wave Over Boundaries: New Austrian Film by Robert von Dassanowsky.
Lone Star: American Indie Icon John Sayles at the 48th Thessaloniki International Film Festival by Dimitra Kessenides.
Off-kilter by Kira Takeshita.
Film Happenings by Liza Palmer.
DVD Reviews: The Burmese Harp (Hugh Noell).
Book Reviews: Peter Tscherkassky (Daniel Herbert).
Film Reviews: The Brink (Daniel O'Brien), La Morte Rouge (Carmen Siu).
Festival Reports: Z?rich (Davide Caputo), Telluride (Gary M. Kramer), Iris Prize Festival (Ryan Prout), Motovun (Steven Yates), San Sebasti?n (Jan Lumholdt)

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