Central to Millennium Film Journal 76 is a collection of texts commissioned by guest editor Barbara London, the founder of the Video-Media Exhibition and Collection Programs of the New York Museum of Modern Art. Her dossier, “Focal Points”, provides an impression of political and artistic worlds beyond US- and Eurocentric institutions and movements. Throughout the issue, authors are attentive to the way film and filmmakers engage with Worlds: those of media culture, geo-political hotspots (Hong Kong), and more generally the political-cultural and post-colonial linguistic formations (Singapore) of the various countries and cities in which these artists operate.
A dozen distinguished media theorists and critics have contributed reviews of exhibitions, new books, films, video works and installations, including the 2022 EMAF and Media City festivals, practitioners Jonas Mekas, Alisi Telengut, Walid Raad, Sarah Bliss, Abraham Ravett, David Claerbout.
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Read Grahame Weinbren’s European Media Art Festival (EMAF) 2022 online review. This is a continuation of a printed review in MFJ 76 “Worlds”.
Read Paul Arthur’s journey with Bruce Baillie’s 1995 video portrait “Commute.” This article was published in MFJ No. 29 “Video Installation.”
Vincent Warne traces the continuity from the Lumières’ Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (1896) to Jacques Perconte’s Après le feu (2010).
Grahame Weinbren explores the e-flux “Artist Cinemas” series: 4 sets of 6 films, each set programmed by a practicing filmmaker.
MoMA introduces a new film series featuring Millennium Film Workshop filmmakers. Get the full details for the first two events happening this February.
Our editors have curated a special selection of events for MFJ readers we believe are a must-see this winter season 2021/2022!
SVA Photography Building
214 East 21st Street New York, NY 10010
Tues. Dec. 6th at 6:30 PM
This event is FREE and OPEN to the public.
Chiara Caterina L’Incanto [Enchantment] (2021, 20′ Italy)
Eva Giolo Flowers Blooming in our Throats (2020, 8′ Belgium)
Abraham Ravett Łódź:22592 (2019, 22’ USA)
Alisi Telengut Fourfold (2020, 7′ Canada/Mongolia)
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