Summer 1965

Ralph Nelson interview, Otto Preminger, Francois Truffaut,  Tokyo Olympiad, editing cinéma vérité, the film lectures of Slavko Vorkapich, civil liberties, La Peau DouceUne Femme MariéeLe Bonheur

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A Story about People
Ralph Nelson Interviewed by Alan Casty

Preminger’s Two Periods, Solo and Studio
By Andrew Sarris

To Have or Not to Have a Film Festival
By Edith Laurie

The Literary Sophistication of Francois Truffaut
By Michael Klein

Three Films from Paris
By Frederick Wellington

New Perils Awaiting the Serious Drinker
By Howard Junker

Tokyo Olympiad
By Cid Corman

Trends in the Short Film
By Hilmar Hoffmann

Editing Cinéma Vérité
By Patricia Jaffe

A Report from Detroit on 16mm in ‘65
By William Ewald

The Film Lectures of Slavko Vorkapich
By Carl Lerner

Sex and Dr. Strangelove
By F. Anthony Macklin

Civil Liberties News

Film News from the Museum of Modern Art

Book Reviews

Film: The Creative Process by John Howard Lawson
Reviewed by George Bluestone

Educational Films: Writing, Directing and Producing for Classroom, Television and Industry by Lewis Herman
Reviewed by Donald E. Staples

Cinema Eye, Cinema Ear—Some Key Film Makers Of The Sixties by John Russell Taylor
Reviewed by Adrienne Manda

Robert Flaherty compiled and edited by Wolfgang Klaue and Jay Leyda
Reviewed by Walter Talmon-Gros

D.W. Griffith, Film Master by Iris Barry
Reviewed by Lewis Jacobs

Animation Techniques and Commercial Film Productions
Reviewed by Ernest Pintoff

Letters from Readers