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Film Comment Archive

March/April 1978

Woody Allen, Jane Fonda, An Unmarried Woman, Paul Mazursky interviewed, Gerard Depardieu, sci-fi in the Seventies, Blonde Venus, Charlie Chaplin, Howard Hawks, George Cukor, Bette Davis

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November/December 1976

Louis Feuillade, Vincente Minnelli's A Matter of Time, Isabella Rossellini interviewed, Hal Ashby's Bound for Glory, New York Film Festival, Claude Chabrol, Stephanie Rothman, poll of British critics and filmmakers by Jonathan Rosenbaum

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July/August 1976

Billy Wilder, John Milius interviewed, Pat O'Neill, CBS on PBS, Maurice Tourneur, King Vidor, film noir, Arthur Penn interviewed, The Missouri Breaks, British cinema

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March/April 1976

Tehran journal, Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver, Paul Schrader interview, Manhattan in the movies, Robin Wood on film acting, Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Lina Wertmuller, Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt

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March/April 1975

Features on Old Hollywood and New Hollywood, The Scarlett EmpressThe Merry WidowOn Dangerous GroundKiss Me Deadly, Paul Mazursky, Martin Scorsese interviewed, Mel Brooks interviewed; midsection on the personal documentary, film in pre-revolutionary Russia, movie costumes, and TV movies

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January/February 1974

Yakuza films by Paul Schrader; Leaving The Times Or: How I Came to Lose My Job as a Second-String Movie Critic by Alan Greenspun; Alain Resnais by Peter Harcourt; Malcolm McDowell by Raymond Durgnat; London, Paris, and Los Angeles journals

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November/December 1973

Special issue on documentary film: An American Family, cinema verite, interview with Pat Loud, Susan Raymond, Alan Raymond and John Terry, Robert Flaherty, the documentaries of Georges Franju, Alain Resnais, DuĊĦan Makavejev

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Fall/Winter 1967

Special double issue: Kennedy and Warren Commission documentaries, A Time for BurningTroublemakers, Gerald Temaner and Gordon Quinn's Home for Life, Ingmar Bergman's Persona, interview with Bergman, interviews with Jean Rouch, direct cinema, Japanese underground film

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Winter 1964

Tony Richardson, Robert Gardner's Dead Birds, documentary and ethnography ethics, Emile de Antonio's Point of Order!, Louis Malle's The Fire Within, Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, Vittorio De Sica's Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Akira Kurosawa's Stray Dog

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