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Image for Films in Review (January 1952) [cover: Fredric March in DEATH OF A SALESMAN]

Films in Review (January 1952) [cover: Fredric March in DEATH OF A SALESMAN]

By: Hart, Henry, ed.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, National Board of Review of Motion Pictures: 1952

Edition: (Vol. III, No. 1)

Seller ID: 22757

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, light rubbing to covers, minor wear along spine]. (B&W photographs) In this issue: the magazine's "ten best" of 1951 list, including capsule summary reviews of each film; an article about how "proponents of salesmanship" were expressing their dismay at the film DEATH OF A SALESMAN, claiming it "is disillusioning and hurts free enterprise" (they may actually have been right about that!); "Film Style" by the great Danish filmmaker Carl Theodore [sic] Dreyer, specifically discussing the creation of his film DAY OF WRATH; "Film Music Comes of A... View more info

Image for Film Comment: U.S.A. Film History (Fall 1969)

Film Comment: U.S.A. Film History (Fall 1969)

By: Hitchens, Gordon, ed.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Film Comment Publishing Corp.: 1969

Edition: (Vol. 5, No. 3)

Seller ID: 8795

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice copy, very minor edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Illustrated article on lost films by Herman G. Weinberg; article, "The Study and Preservation of Films at the Museum of Modern Art" by Lillian Gerard; a 20-page article on Eadweard Muybridge's contribution to the motion picture; a memorial tribute to H. d'Abbadie d'Arrast; "The Serious Business of Being Funny," by Harold Lloyd; "Basic Guides for Student Film Production"; discussion of two documentaries, WARRENDALE and TITICUT FOLLIES; article on the production of films to fill station breaks on TV; article on childre... View more info

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Film Comment - Volume 2 (1964)

By: Hitchens, Gordon, ed.

Price: $85.00

Publisher: New York, Johnson Reprint Corporation: 1970

Edition: 1st printing thus

Seller ID: 20954

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[very light handling wear, short almost-vertical crease at upper right corner of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Reprint volume, reproducing all four issues of Volume 2 (No. 1, Winter 1964; No. 2, Spring 1964; No. 3, Summer 1964; No. 4, Fall 1964). By the third issue there were five people listed on the masthead as regular contributors (Robert Connolly, Edith Laurie, Harriet Polt, Stephen Taylor, and Yale Udoff), but flipping through the contents pages one runs across articles or reviews by such notables as James Blue, Andrew Sarris, Morris L. Ernst, and even Margaret Mead. In its early day... View more info

Image for Film Comment - Volume 3 (1965)

Film Comment - Volume 3 (1965)

By: Hitchens, Gordon, ed.

Price: $85.00

Publisher: New York, Johnson Reprint Corporation: 1970

Edition: 1st printing thus

Seller ID: 20955

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[very light surface wear to covers]. (B&W photographs) Reprint volume, reproducing all four issues of Volume 3 (No. 1, Winter 1965; No. 2, Spring 1965; No. 3, Summer 1965; No. 4, Fall 1965). The issues are a bit longer than in the previous year (78, 80, 88 and 88 pages respectively), and one can also observe the editorial policy moving just a bit more in the direction of mainstream cinema (or perhaps mainstream cinema was starting to redefine itself as a bit more "artistic"). Included are articles on: Leni Riefenstahl (the cover story of the Winter 1965 issue is "Comeback for Le... View more info

Image for American Film [magazine] (March 1989) [cover: Martin Scorsese]

American Film [magazine] (March 1989) [cover: Martin Scorsese]

By: Hodenfield, Chris, ed.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Washington DC, The American Film Institute: 1989

Edition: (Vol. XIV, No. 5)

Seller ID: 10828

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, very light edgewear]. (B&W/color photographs) Feature articles include: Gregory Peck; Dennis Potter; Terry Gilliam and THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN; restoration of LAWRENCE OF ARABIA; Martin Scorsese. "Dialogue on Film": director John Frankenheimer. (Additional content information available upon request.) View more info

Image for Sight and Sound (Autumn 1963) [cover: Dirk Bogarde and James Fox in THE SERVANT]

Sight and Sound (Autumn 1963) [cover: Dirk Bogarde and James Fox in THE SERVANT]

By: Houston, Penelope, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, The British Film Institute: 1963

Edition: (Vol. 32, No. 4)

Seller ID: 13731

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[clean and intact, moderate exterior wear]. (B&W photographs) Discussion of Alfred Hitchcock's work, with particular emphasis on THE BIRDS; interview with Roger Leenhardt and Jacques Rivette; discussion of the work of Yasujiro Ozu, by Tom Milne; discussion of the Soviet film industry; article on propaganda films; reviews of BILLY LIAR, FREUD, LE PETIT SOLDAT, CLEOPATRA, other films. (Additional content information available upon request.) ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Film Comment (September-October 1989) [Lillian Gish/INTOLERANCE cover]

Film Comment (September-October 1989) [Lillian Gish/INTOLERANCE cover]

By: Jacobson, Harlan, ed.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Film Society of Lincoln Center: 1989

Edition: (Vol. 25, No. 5)

Seller ID: 9137

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, minor handling wear, very short diagonal crease at upper corner of front cover]. (B&W photographs) Article about the restoration of D.W. Griffith's INTOLERANCE; article about Norman Jewison and IN COUNTRY; article about STORY OF WOMEN (Claude Chabrol); an appreciation of Laurence Olivier, by Richard Schickel; interview with Euzhan Palcy about her film A DRY WHITE SEASON; a review by Andrew Sarris of Patrick McGilligan's biography of Robert Altman; an article featuring quotes from Dolly Parton; an article on new Australian filmmakers. The midsection, "Cinematographers: Ey... View more info

Image for Movietone News; issue number 62-63 (December 29, 1979)

Movietone News; issue number 62-63 (December 29, 1979)

By: Jameson, Richard T., ed.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Seattle, The Seattle Film Society: 1979

Edition: (No. 62-63)

Seller ID: 5010

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[mild wear at corners, subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Features include: an interview with Peter Weir; an appreciation of Weir's film PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK; an interview with Philip Noyce, director of NEWSFRONT (illustrated on the cover); an article, "Rossellini' STROMBOLI and [Ingrid] Bergman's Face"; a report on the 1979 Telluride Film Festival (at which Abel Gance's restored NAPOLEON was given its first public screening, with Mr. Gance in attendance); short reviews of 32 films, including COMES A HORSEMAN (Alan J. Pakula), AGUIRRE THE WRATH OF GOD... View more info

Image for Movietone News; issue number 66-67 (March 13, 1981)

Movietone News; issue number 66-67 (March 13, 1981)

By: Jameson, Richard T., ed.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Seattle, The Seattle Film Society: 1981

Edition: (No. 66-67)

Seller ID: 5012

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[some wear at edges/corners, subscriber's name/address printed on rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Features include: a long interview with writer/director/novelist John Sayles; a review of CINEMA DEAD OR ALIVE, a film about the making of Alain Tanner's JONAH WHO WILL BE 16 IN THE YEAR 2000; an interview with character actor Strother Martin (pictured on the cover); short reviews of BRONCO BILLY (Clint Eastwood), ORDINARY PEOPLE (Robert Redford), THE BLACK STALLION (Carroll Ballard), THE SHINING (Stanley Kubrick), THE BIG RED ONE (Samuel Fuller), FAME (Alan Parker), many others. (++) View more info

Image for Movietone News; issue number 50 (June 28, 1976) [cover: Samuel Fuller]

Movietone News; issue number 50 (June 28, 1976) [cover: Samuel Fuller]

By: Jameson, Richard T., ed.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Seattle, The Seattle Film Society: 1976

Edition: (No. 50)

Seller ID: 14992

Condition: Near Fine


[no significant wear, but some browning to inside front cover from laid-in newspaper and magazine clippings]. (B&W photographs) A little more than half of this lively and engaging film journal is devoted to Fuller and his work. It contains an interview by Richard Thompson, focusing substantially on Fuller's early journalistic career; articles/analyses of I SHOT JESSE JAMES, THE STEEL HELMET and RUN OF THE ARROW; and an insightful account by editor Jameson of Fuller's visit to the Seattle Film Society for "46-1/2 exhilarating, excruciating, mind-boggling, adrenalin-jagging hours" in M... View more info

Image for Film Comment (March-April 1992) [cover: Gregory Peck]

Film Comment (March-April 1992) [cover: Gregory Peck]

By: Jameson, Richard T., ed.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, The Film Society of Lincoln Center: 1992

Edition: (Vol. 28, No. 2)

Seller ID: 22603

Condition: Very Good+


[light edgewear to covers; see Notes about special appeal page, bound in]. (B&W photographs) Included in this issue: an interview with French director Bertrand Tavernier, focusing on his appreciation for the classic American cinema; a special section, "The World in His Arms," saluting that year's AFI Life Achievement Award recipient, Gregory Peck; an analysis of the Australian film PROOF, directed by Joceyn Moorhouse; a history and appreciation of the contributions of Industrial Light and Magic to cinema special effects (but also including a list of "Ten Great Effects Films Since S... View more info

Image for Wide Angle (Vol. 6, No. 1) [topic: Authorship]

Wide Angle (Vol. 6, No. 1) [topic: Authorship]

By: Lehman, Peter, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Athens OH, Ohio University Department of Film / Athens Center for Film and Video: (c.1984)

Edition: (Vol. 6, No. 1)

Seller ID: 19206

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[some rubbing/scuffing to covers, minor crease at bottom edge of rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Includes: an article by David Bordwell about the aesthetics of the jump cut (with much reference to the work of Jean-Luc Godard); a discussion of THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI (1919) as an exemplar of the "art cinema"; an attempt to parse out the "authorship" of COME AND GET IT (1936), the direction of which was split between Howard Hawks and William Wyler; an analysis of THE LADY IN THE LAKE (1946), based on the Raymond Chandler novel; "The One Woman," an excruciatingly detai... View more info

Image for Wide Angle (Vol. 4, No. 4) [topic: French Cinema]

Wide Angle (Vol. 4, No. 4) [topic: French Cinema]

By: Lehman, Peter, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Athens OH, Ohio University Department of Film / Athens Center for Film and Video: (c.1981)

Edition: (Vol. 4, No. 4)

Seller ID: 19207

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good+


[light edgewear, a few small scratches to front cover]. (B&W photographs) Articles on various topics related to French cinema, including: an analysis of Jean Renoir's BOUDU SAVED FROM DROWNING; a discussion about "French Film During the German Occupation," as reflected in the production of LE CORBEAU by Henri-Georges Clouzot; an article, "The Art of Film in France Since the 'New Wave'" (translated from Cinema d'aujourd'hui); an interview with Francois Truffaut; and a discussion of the use of music in Agnes Varda's CLEO FROM FIVE TO SEVEN. There's also an analysis of "psyc... View more info

Image for Wide Angle (1977) [special issue: Japanese Cinema]

Wide Angle (1977) [special issue: Japanese Cinema]

By: Lehman, Peter, ed.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Athens OH, Athens International Film Festival: (c.1977)

Edition: (Vol. 1, No. 4)

Seller ID: 23427

Condition: Very Good


[ex-library, library stamps on front cover with "dupl[icate]" notation, light external wear, bumped at base of spine; no internal markings] (B&W photographs) Much of this issue is devoted to Japanese cinema, including articles on Yasujiro Ozu, Nagisa Oshima, and Yukio Mishima. Other articles include: Dean McWilliams on Marguerite Duras's INDIA SONG; analysis of MR. HULOT'S HOLIDAY (Jacques Tati) by Kristin Thompson; "Notes on Polanski's Cinema of Cruelty" by James Leach; a short article on Blake Edwards, then on the outs in Hollywood; discussion of Eric Rohmer's THE MARQUISE O... View more info

Image for Scenario: The Magazine of Screenwriting Art (Fall 1997) [includes ALL ABOUT EVE and THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED]

Scenario: The Magazine of Screenwriting Art (Fall 1997) [includes ALL ABOUT EVE and THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED]

By: Lippy, Tod, ed.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, RC Publications Inc.: 1997

Edition: (Vol. 3, No. 3)

Seller ID: 22619

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[very light handling wear, teensy bump to bottom right corner of front cover, a little scuffing along edges of rear cover]. A terrific issue of this generally terrific (and now sadly defunct) publication, featuring one of the great screenplays of Hollywood's golden age -- ALL ABOUT EVE by Joseph L. Mankiewicz -- and what to my mind is one of the most intriguing unproduced scripts that the magazine ever printed: THE BEAUTIFUL AND DAMNED, an adaptation by Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy of the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Mankiewicz was unavailable for the usual accompanying interview ... View more info

Image for Film Fan Monthly (October 1974) [cover: Richard Haydn]

Film Fan Monthly (October 1974) [cover: Richard Haydn]

By: Maltin, Leonard, ed.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Teaneck NJ, Film Fan Monthly: 1974

Edition: (No. 160)

Seller ID: 10857

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, very light handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Feature article on Richard Haydn (with filmography); "Goldwyn Girls" by Kirk Crivello (including Betty Grable); article/interview with Mel Torme (with filmography). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Film Fan Monthly (June 1974) [cover: Geraldine Fitzgerald]

Film Fan Monthly (June 1974) [cover: Geraldine Fitzgerald]

By: Maltin, Leonard, ed.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Teaneck NJ, Film Fan Monthly: 1974

Edition: (No. 156)

Seller ID: 10860

Condition: Near Fine


[nice clean copy, minimal handling wear]. (B&W photographs) Feature article on Geraldine Fitzgerald (with filmography); "Postscript: Lowell Sherman" (following up on comments in previous issue); "Jackie Cooper Today" (interview by Maltin); "RKO Revisited" feature with brief reviews of five feature films. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Film Fan Monthly (May 1975) [cover: Richard Cromwell and Joan Peers in TOL'ABLE DAVID]

Film Fan Monthly (May 1975) [cover: Richard Cromwell and Joan Peers in TOL'ABLE DAVID]

By: Maltin, Leonard, ed.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Teaneck, NJ, Film Fan Monthly: 1975

Edition: (No. 167)

Seller ID: 10865

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[slight diagonal bend (not crease), minor soiling to rear cover]. (B&W photographs) Feature articles on Richard Cromwell and Joan Lorring (with filmographies). ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Film Fan Monthly (December 1974) [cover: George Zucco]

Film Fan Monthly (December 1974) [cover: George Zucco]

By: Maltin, Leonard, ed.

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Teaneck NJ, Film Fan Monthly: 1975

Edition: (No. 162)

Seller ID: 10868

Condition: Very Good+


[light edgewear]. (B&W photographs) Feature article on George Zucco (with filmography); "Annie-Kazam" by Joe Adamson (a report on the International Animated Film Society (ASIFA) award presentation to Tex Avery, Chuck Jones and Friz Freleng); "RKO Revisited" feature with brief reviews of three films; short article/interview with Wanda Perry. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info

Image for Film Fan Monthly (October 1966) [cover: Eddie Bracken]

Film Fan Monthly (October 1966) [cover: Eddie Bracken]

By: Maltin, Leonard, ed.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Teaneck NJ, Film Fan Monthly: 1966

Edition: (No. 64)

Seller ID: 22719

Condition: Fine


[flawless, as-new condition]. (B&W photographs) The only feature story in this 16-page issue is a short interview with Eddie Bracken (including filmography); otherwise it includes just the regular columns, including several devoted to 8mm and 16mm film collecting. ***NOTE that we have many more issues of this title (and other film magazines) in stock, and welcome your inquiries. View more info