November/December 1996

Jane Campion's  Portrait of a Lady, Helke Misselwitz's Engelchen,  Elia Kazan’s Wild River, Jean-Pierre Melville, Youssef Chahine, Cornel Wilde, James Benning, The Killers, an interview with Jules Dassin, coverage of the Beachmont Silent Film Festival, Venice, Toronto, and New York film festivals

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ENGELCHEN
By Chris Chang
She’s the One

IN THE AUDIENCE
By Dale Thomajan
Exploring the Road Less Travelled at the Beachmont

WILD RIVER
By Donald Chase
Watershed: Elia Kazan’s Wild River

JEAN-PIERRE MELVILLE
By Peter Hogue
Melville: The Elective Affinities

YOUSSEF CHAHINE
By Dave Kehr
The Waters of Alexandria

PORTRAIT OF A LADY
By Kathleen Murphy
Jane Campion’s Shining: Portrait of a Director

JULES DASSIN
Interviewed by Patrick McGilligan
“I’ll Always be an American”

FILM FESTIVALS

VENICE
By Harlan Kennedy

TORONTO
By Kathleen Murphey

NEW YORK
By Phillip Lopate, Robert Horton, Donald Lyons, and Paul Arthur

CORNEL WILDE
By Michael Atkinson
Naked Prey: The Cinema of Cornel Wilde

JAMES BENNING
By Bérénice Raynaud
The Filmmaker as Haunted Landscape

THE KILLERS
By Howard Hampton
Return of the Body Snatchers

LETTERS