Winter 1964

Tony Richardson, Robert Gardner's Dead Birds, documentary and ethnography ethics, Emile de Antonio's Point of Order!, Louis Malle's The Fire Within, Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, Vittorio De Sica's Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Akira Kurosawa's Stray Dog

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Issue Details

Issues Overlooked
By Guest Contributor, Morris L. Ernst

Tony Richardson: Britain’s Busiest Angry Young Man
By David Moller

The Festival of the People

Summary
By Gordon Hitchens

Statement by Robert Gardner at the opening ceremony of the festival

Dead Birds
By Robert Gardner

A Savage Paradigm
By Margaret Mead

Some thoughts on film technique
By William C. Jersey, Jr.

Films of Social Comment
By Eric Barnouw

The Long Courtship: Films of Social Inquiry for Television
By Ray Sipherd

Film Comment Anniversary Awards

Privacy, Publicity, and Unfair Competition: The Business of Making an Art Film
By George Schiffer

More than Nostalgia
By Edward Crawford

Background to Point of Order
By David T. Bazelon

The Point of View to Point of Order
By Emile de Antonio

Film Reviews

The Fire Within
By Edith Laurie

Stray Dog
By Sally Sherwin

Moderato Cantabile
By Yale M. Udoff

Dr. Strangelove: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
By Stephen Taylor

Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
By Gordon Hitchens

Book Reviews

The Television Dilemma: Search for A Solution by Yale Roe
Reviewed by James N. Manilla

Cinestudio
Reviewed by Robert Connolly

The American Movie by William K. Everson
Reviewed by Stuart Selby

Letters to the Editor