Founded in 1962 and originally released as a quarterly, Film Comment features reviews and analysis of mainstream, art-house, and avant-garde filmmaking from around the world.
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, Dušan Makavejev
Leo McCarey, King Vidor, The Poseidon Adventure, Such Good Friends, Up the Sandbox
King Vidor, Stanley Donen interviewed, The Tall T, The Three Godfathers
John Huston considered and interviewed, Jack Lemmon interviewed, Jacques Tati interviewed, Ken Russell’s biopics, voyeurism in film and literature, What Price Hollywood?, Raymond Durgnat
Sergio Leone, David Newman and Robert Benton interviewed, Maurice Tourneur, Robin Wood on Mizoguchi, Dudley Andrew on André Bazin, Andrew Sarris on Max Ophuls’s Liebelei, Alain Jessua, Morgan Fisher
Special issue: cinema sex, Radley Metzger interviewed, censorship in London and California, Russ Meyer interviewed by Stan Berkowitz and considered by Roger Ebert