July/August 1996

Cannes 1996, Abbas Kiarostami interviewed, Mission: Impossible, Michael Haneke, Hal Hartley, the films of Donald Cammell, Marcel Ophuls interviewed by Kurt Jacobsen, Trainspotting and Scottish cinema, Psycho revisited, Bernardo Bertolucci’s Guilty Pleasures

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CANNES ’96 X2

Accomodations with Optimism
By Mary Corliss

Orbiting Sublimity
Harlan Kennedy

DONALD CAMMELL
By Chris Chang
Cinema, Sex, Magick: The Films of Donald Cammell

LOS ANGELES NOIR
By Paul Arthur
Los Angeles as Scene of the Crime

SCOTTISH CINEMA
By Harlan Kennedy
Kiltspotting: Highland Reels

ABBAS KIAROSTAMI

A Cinema of Questions
By Godfrey Cheshire

Kiarostami Close Up
Interviewed by Phillip Lopate

SALAAM CINEMA
By Gavin Smith
Method in Movie Madness

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE
By Howard Hampton
Rerun for Your Life: TV’s Search and Destroy

MEN IN WAR
By Philip Kemp
‘The Story of All Wars’: Anthony Mann’s Men in War

DOCUMENTARIES AS MOVIES
By Peter Hogue
Genre-Busting

MARCEL OPHULS
Inteviewed by Kurt Jacobson
Memories of Injustice: Marcel Ophuls’ Cinema of Conscience

HAL HARTLEY
By Kent Jones
The Book I Read Was in Your Eyes

MICHAEL HANEKE
By Amos Vogel
The Cinema of Michael Haneke

PSYCHO
By James Griffith
Not Guilty As Charged

BERNARDO BERTOLUCCI’S GUILTY PLEASURES

CINEMA EUROPE
By Frank Thompson
Another Hollywood Heard From

IMMORAL TALES
By Mark Harris
The Sleaze Mendicants

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