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.
Fritz Lang, Harvey Keitel, Hollywood screenwriters, Jules and Jim, Neil Jordan’s Guilty Pleasures, Judy Davis interviewed, Tod Browning’s The Devil Doll, Michael Mann, in memoriam: Anthony Perkins
Carl Franklin’s One False Move, special section on Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven, happiness in film, Sidney Lumet interviewed, Claire Denis, Carl Stalling, Walt Disney, film school, James Foley’s Guilty Pleasures
Cannes at 45, Samuel Fuller's The Big Red One, Sigourney Weaver and Alien3, Rock Hudson and Swoon, Christopher Münch's The Hours and Times, Robert Mitchum interviewed, Jane Russell interviewed, Chen Kaige, aviation movies, Christopher Walken interviewed, Phillip Noyce interviewed
An appreciation of James Agee, dying in film, Forster adaptations through the ages, Robert Altman’s The Player, arthouse cinemas, Jim Jarmusch’s Guilty Pleasures, Lee Tracy and Victor Fleming’s Bombshell, Hammer Horror, Steven Spielberg: a career analysis
Oscar predix, Bertrand Tavernier interviewed, saluting Gregory Peck, Jocelyn Moorhouse’s Proof, ILM, Jon Jost, Cecil B. DeMille and William deMille, Paul Schrader interviewed
Blade Runner restoration, Seijun Suzuki, Frank Capra, Warren Beatty interview, Gabriel Figueroa, Irma Serrano “La Tigresa”, Wim Wenders’s guilty pleasures, Donald Lyons on Naked Lunch, Kafka, and Barton Fink