Winter 1963

Interview with Ephraim London, interview with film censorship attorney Hugh Hurd, Ben Maddow’s An Affair of the Skin, The Four Days of Naples, film in Hawaii, a statement from the Vice-chairman of the Motion Picture Censor Board of Maryland, silent teaching films

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AN INTERVIEW WITH EPHRAIM LONDON
By Mary Batten

MORE ABOUT NOVOSTI
By Tanya Osadaca

FILM APPRECIATION IN DIXIE

AN INTERVIEW WITH HUGH HURD
By Clara Hoover

AN AFFAIR OF THE SKIN
Diana Sands and The Matter of Pure Ability

FILM REVIEWS

Electra
By Anna de Varis

The Four Days of Naples
By Peter Goode and Robert Connolly

THE SAN SEBASTIAN FESTIVAL IN SPAIN
By José Luis Torres

FILM NEWS FROM THE FIFTIETH STATE
By Tats Yoshimaya

MOVIES WITHOUT A BLUSH
A Statement from the Vice-Chairman of the Motion Picture Censor Board of Maryland
By Mrs. Louis E. Schecter

MUST MOVIES TALK TO TEACH?
A Quiet Revolution in Film Appreciation
By Edith Laurie

THE CHICAGO FILM SCENE
By Carol Brightman

BOOK REVIEWS
Ingmar Bergman: a Motion Monograph by Peter Cowie, reviewed by Harry Feldman; Rudolph Valentino: The Man Behind The Myth by Robert Oberfirst, reviewed by Clara Hoover; Film 1962 edited by Vittorio Spinazzola, reviewed by Robert Connolly