MFJ 61 “World Views”
Howard Guttenplan, director of the Millennium Film Workshop, died on February 28th 2015, when we were in the final editorial stages for this issue. In this light, it is an appropriate tribute to Howard Guttenplan that this issue of the MFJ is titled “World Views.” In it we celebrate the world-wide phenomenon of artists’ cinema, opening with Vera Dika’s review of a major exhibition of avant-garde film at the Centre Pompidou, continuing with interviews with two Japanese filmmakers by Tomonishi Nakamura, and closing with Martin Rumsby’s survey of moving image artists of the Polynesian Triangle.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Duchamp du film: Duchamp in the Field of Film, Centre Pompidou
Harvey Roy Greenberg, MD
Joan Logue: Videoportraits, Ryan Lee Gallery
Patty Chang & David Kelley: Flotsam Jetsam, Museum of Modern Art
Shelly Silver: Touch
Amie Siegel: Provenance, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Cut to Swipe, Museum of Modern Art
Tomonari Nishikawa and Akira Mizuyoshi
Today’s Celluloid Filmmaking in Japan
Tomonari Nishikawa and Tomohiro Nishimura
Film Independents and Japanese Underground Cinema
Leviathan’s Labors Lost, or: Who Works After the Subject?
Transient Landscape: Chris Welsby
Sarah T. Markgraf
Why Film Here? Dislocation and Solace in the Work of Mark Street
Glancing Outward: Notes on the New Historicist Film
The Ocean is Our Prairie
Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Véréna Paravel
Howard Guttenplan 1934–2015
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15 April 2015, Spring Issue
Akira Mizuyoshi, Andrew Gurian, Erin Espelie, Gareth Polmeer, Harvey Roy Greenberg, Hollis Frampton, Jeremy Leatinu’u, Jerry Tartaglia, Joel Schlemowitz, John Powers, Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Mark Street, Martin Rumsby, Michael Metzger, Rachel Stevens, Rachel Valinsky, Rebecca Meyers, Sarah T. Markgraf, Tomohiro Nishimura, Tomonari Nishikawa, Vera Dika, Véréna Paravel, Witehira Johnson
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