May/June 1998

Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese midsection, Scorsese on color film preservation, Alex van Warmerdam, Berlin Film Festival, Shane Meadows

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WOODY ALLEN, TAKE 2
Kent Jones responds to David Thomson’s Woody Allen piece “Shoot the Actor” in the foregoing issue
By Kent Jones

TWENTYFOURSEVEN
Shane Meadows: Most promising New Director for May-June
By Gavin Smith

BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL
Berlin: Left Luggage
By Harlan Kennedy

MARTIN SCORSESE
Overview: The Wild Heat
By Michael Wilmington

Appreciation: The Adolescents of Martin Scorsese
By Andrew Lewis Conn

ALICE DOESN’T LIVE HERE ANY MORE
Woman Talk: Martin Scorsese interviewed by Marjorie Rosen
Interview by Marjorie Rosen

TAXI DRIVER
The Power and the Gory
By Manny Farber and Patricia Patterson

GUILTY PLEASURES
By Martin Scorsese

RAGING BULL
The Director as Raging Bull: why can’t a woman be more like a photograph?
By David Thomson

GOODFELLAS
Made Men
By Kathleen Murphy

ON COLOR PRESERVATION
By Martin Scorsese

GOODFELLAS, AGE OF INNOCENCE, KUNDUN
Interviews by Gavin Smith

DIGITAL LAW
Here’s Looking at You, Fred
By Elliot Forbes

ALEX VAN WARMERDAM
Netherlands Highs
By William Johnson

HONG KONG BOOKS
New Maps of Hong Kong
By David Chute

CRITIC’S CHOICE

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