July/August 2005

George Romero, 2046, Police Beat, Gus Van Sant's Last Days, Jim Jarmusch's Broken Flowers, Cannes 2005 coverage, Françoise Dorleac, Werner Herzog's documentaries, Don Roos's Guilty Pleasures, The Beat That My Heart SkippedThe Devil's Rejects

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FEATURES

GEORGE A. ROMERO
By Giulia D’Agnolo-Vallan
Dead man walking

2046
By Amy Taubin
Wong Kar Wai’s Vertigo

2046
By Nathan Lee
The remix as reverie

BROKEN FLOWERS
By Chris Norris
Bill Murray and Jim Jarmusch hit the road

FRANCOISE DORLEAC
By Melissa Anderson
A shooting star of Sixties French Cinema

WERNER HERZOG
By Paul Arthur
Why the German auteur’s true forte is documentary

HAPPY ENDINGS
By Alissa Quart
The post-nuclear family according to Don Roos

DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR’S LETTER

OPENING SHOTS
News, Distributor Wanted: Robinson Devor’s Police Beat by Chris Chang, Guy Maddin’s Jolly Corner: The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry, Guilty Pleasures by Don Roos, Letters

CRITICS’ CHOICE
Eight critics rate 25 new releases

SOUND & VISION
Gus van Sant’s Last Days by Chris Chang & Sue de Beers’ Multimedia Installation Black Sun by Carly Berwick

OLAF’S WORLD
Khavn de la Cruz by Olaf Möller

FESTIVALS
Cannes by Amy Taubin, Kent Jones, Philip Lopate, Gavin Smith, Richard Peña, and Nathan Lee; Tribeca by Amy Taubin

SCREENINGS
The Beat That My Heart Skipped by Robert Horton, Or (My Treasure) by Uri Klein, The 3 Rooms of Melancholia by Paul Arthur, The Devil’s Rejects by Michael Koresky

READINGS
The Stanley Kubrick Archives by Jonathan Romney

IN BRIEF
Talking Songs by Jacob Levich, Lion of Hollwood: The Life and Legend of Louis B. Mayer by Sauk Austerlitz, Cavell on Film by Chris Chang

HOME MOVIES
Kind of Cinico by Gavin Smith, Errol Morris Collection by Chuck Stephens, Lynn Sachs: A Collection of Films Exploring Women by Brian Frye, The Arthur Dong Collection by Paul Arthur, Au Hasard Balthazar by Chris Chang, Avant-Garde Experimental Cinema of the 1920s and ‘30s by Kent Jones

CLOSING SHOTS
Who’s who at recent film society events