The Film Journal (Spring 1971) [first issue]

By: (Atkins, Thomas R., ed.)

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[nice clean copy with only minimal handling wear, minor bend at top right corner of front cover, very slight insect-nibbling at lower right edge of front cover] (B&W photographs) Inaugural issue of a magazine dedicated to presenting "original documents and critical evaluations that will be useful to scholars, teachers, students or anyone seriously interested in film." Contents of this issue include: a conversation with director Vilgot Sjman and actress Lena Nyman, coupled with a compilation of reactions to their film I AM CURIOUS--YELLOW at the Hollins Cinema Conference, and a biography and filmography for Sjman; an article by Rodger Larson about the making of the film THE REVENGE--TEENAGERS WESTERN STYLE, produced by the Young Filmaker's Foundation (including a brief catalog of other films available from the Youth Film Distribution Center); an analysis of Glauber Rocha's ANTONIO DAS MORTES; an interview with documentarian Frederick Wiseman; an article about the career of cinematographer Karl Freund.

Title: The Film Journal (Spring 1971) [first issue]

Author: (Atkins, Thomas R., ed.)

Edition: (Vol. I, No. 1)

Location Published: New York, The Film Journal: 1971

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Near Fine

Categories: Cinema: Periodicals, *NEW ARRIVALS

Seller ID: 26742

Keywords: cinema: periodicals filmmaking