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Image for Film Quarterly (Spring 1982) [cover: Les Blank's ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE]

Film Quarterly (Spring 1982) [cover: Les Blank's ALWAYS FOR PLEASURE]

By: Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1982

Edition: (Vol. XXXV, No. 3)

Seller ID: 25154

Condition: Fine


[pristine copy, with no discernible wear]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: an interview with the great cinematographer Vittorio Storaro; a long analysis of Abel Gance's NAPOLEON; an examination of the work of documentary filmmaker Les Blank; an examination of the relationship of filmmaker Stan Brakhage's work to that of postmodernist poet Charles Olson. Also reviews of contemporary films: REDS; MONTENEGRO; and TAPS. Book reviewed include David Thomson's "Overexposures." (We have numerous other issues of this and other film-related periodicals that are not listed online; please inqui... View more info

Image for Film Quarterly (Winter 1981-1982) [cover: Hanna Schygulla in Fassbinder's LILI MARLEEN]

Film Quarterly (Winter 1981-1982) [cover: Hanna Schygulla in Fassbinder's LILI MARLEEN]

By: Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1981-1982

Edition: (Vol. XXXV, No. 2)

Seller ID: 25153

Condition: Very Good+


[upper section of front cover a little wrinkled, light external surface wear]. (B&W photographs) Article in this issue: "A Musical Comedy of Empire" by Brian Henderson, an analysis of of "imperialist machinations" underlying the Astaire-Rogers musical FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933); "Le Nouveau Godard" by Peter Harcourt, an exploration of the director's SAUVE QUI PEUT (LA VIE) (1980); "M.P.A.A. Ratings and the Box Office," a statistical analysis. Also included is an interview with director Georges Franju, and reviews of these contemporary films: LILI MARLEEN; LIGHT... View more info

Image for Film Quarterly (Fall 1962) [special issue: Antonioni]

Film Quarterly (Fall 1962) [special issue: Antonioni]

By: Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1962

Edition: (Vol. XVI, No. 1)

Seller ID: 24423

Condition: Very Good+


[minor edgewear, light surface handling wear; a nice clean copy]. (B&W photographs) This entire issue, except for a few pages of reviews of "Films of the Quarter," is devoted to a monograph by Ian Cameron on the work of Michelangelo Antonioni, "the finest screen poet of this lostness which is also our own." Laid in is a folded sheet of printed program notes on L'AVVENTURA, written by Derek Hill and copyrighted by Art Film Publications of Los Angeles. View more info

Image for Film Quarterly (Summer 1982) [cover: István Szabó's CONFIDENCE]

Film Quarterly (Summer 1982) [cover: István Szabó's CONFIDENCE]

By: Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1982

Edition: (Vol. XXXV, No. 4)

Seller ID: 25156

Condition: Near Fine


[minor wear to front cover]. (B&W photographs) The primary feature of this issue is their annual round-up of the year's film books, with reviews or informative annotations on almost 100 books. Also in this issue: an interview with the renowned Hungarian filmmaker István Szabó; two articles, "Power and Dis-Integration in the Films of Orson Welles" by Beverle Houston, and "Harvard Film Studies: A Review" by Brian Henderson; and a review of Szabó's film CONFIDENCE (1980). (We have numerous other issues of this and other film-related periodicals that are not listed online; pl... View more info

Image for Film Quarterly (Summer 1962) [cover: drawing for OF STARS AND MEN]

Film Quarterly (Summer 1962) [cover: drawing for OF STARS AND MEN]

By: Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1962

Edition: (Vol. XV, No. 4)

Seller ID: 24422

Condition: Very Good


[moderate edgewear to covers, mostly along spine]. (B&W photographs) Highlights of this issue: an interview with Harold Lloyd; a long article by Pauline Kael, consisting of "remarks on movie critics and some recent movies," most notably Jack Clayton's THE INNOCENTS, but also taking in A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE and WEST SIDE STORY (which is also reviewed separately in this issue by Albert Johnson), among others; a rundown on "Films of the Quarter," with contributions by Kael, Stanley Kauffmann, Gavin Lambert, Dwight Macdonald, and Jonas Mekas; a section of reviews of "New York... View more info

Image for Film Quarterly (Spring 1963) [cover: lobby of the Fox Theatre, San Francisco]

Film Quarterly (Spring 1963) [cover: lobby of the Fox Theatre, San Francisco]

By: {Kael, Pauline} Callenbach, Ernest, ed.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press: 1963

Edition: (Vol. XVI, No. 3)

Seller ID: 22758

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[nice clean copy, minor rubbing/scuffing to rear cover, a little wear at extremities]. (B&W photographs) Founded in 1946 as "Hollywood Quarterly," this was one of the best "serious" film journal of its day, and one of its greatest pleasures was encountering the early film criticism of Pauline Kael, preceding her legendary stint at The New Yorker, which commenced in 1968. This issue, in addition to Kael's review of Peter Ustinov's BILLY BUDD (which she generally praises, but also typically uses to get in a shot at Lewis Milestone's "slovenly, incoherent" MUTINY ON THE ... View more info