Magazine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1993-2001
- "A counterpoint of images and critical texts, "PIX" brings together experimental, independent and commercial cinema from all over the world, and explores its relation to the other arts."
- Edited by Ilona Halberstadt.
- Published by British Film Institute (BFI)

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CONTENTS: 1993 1997 2001 GALLERIES: 1993 1997 2001 All

Issue 3
February 2001
Peter Wollen on William Burroughs - "Guerila Conditions"; Cronenberg's "Naked Lunch", "Crash" and "eXistenZ"; Thomas Elsaesser on screenwriter/director Walter Reisch in Vienna, Berlin, London and Hollywood; David Thompson interviews Patrick Bauchau; Masha Enzensberger on "Mayakovsky and Vertov"; Ian Christie on "Going to the Cinema in the Soviet Union"; Lionel Rogosin's "Come Back Africa" and his vision of "Flaherty"; Michael Parsons on musical and filmic expeditions to the North Pole; David Curtis on "Light Plays Primal Scenes"; John Willett on the "Reanimation of the Zoetrope".

Issue 2
January 1997

Issue 1
December 1993

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