May/June 1996

Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man, Clint Eastwood, Sam Fuller, Stanley Kwan, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., John Sayles, Augustin Diaz Yanes’s Nobody Will Speak of Us When We Are Dead, Berlin Film Festival, Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell

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SAM FULLER
By Robert Fuller
Sam’s Place

CLINT EASTWOOD

CLINT ON THE BACK NINE
By Richard Schickel

THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY
By Kathleen Murphy
Clint Eastwood as Romatic Hero

OLD GHOSTS
By Richard Combs
The Bridges of Madison County

PLAGIARISM
By Maria Demopoulos
Thieves Like Us: Directors Under the Influence

DEAD MAN
By Jacob Levich
Western Auguries: Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man

STANLEY KWAN
By Michael Atkinson
Songs of Crushed Love: The Cinema of Stanley Kwan

CHINESE SILENTS
By Matt Severson
Silent Behind the Great Wall

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS SR.
By John C. Tibbetts
The Choreography of Hope

JOHN SAYLES
Interviewed by Gavin Smith
‘I don’t want to blow anything by people’

AMERICAN JOB
By Jim Supankick
Down Time: Chris Smith’s American Job

NOBODY WILL SPEAK OF US WHEN WE ARE DEAD
By Chris Chang
My Life to Live

BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL
By Harlan Kennedy
Cold Comfort Films

FRENCH CINEMA
By Donald Lyons
Purple Noons and Quiet Evenings

MAMORU OSHII
By David Chute
The Soul of the New Machine: Mamoru Oshii’s Ghost in the Shell