MFJ 66 “The Long Form”

Fall 2017

 

As Dara Waldron points out in his article, the embrace of digital technologies, especially the availability of the DCP format, has resulted in increased circulation of the moving image (even if, for some filmmakers including Ben Rivers and Ben Russell, the preferred production medium is photochemical film). With the distribution of some non-mainstream works into movie theaters, a number of moving image artists have been producing feature-length works. This issue of the Millennium Film Journal highlights a small set of filmmakers among the many who have embraced the long form as an element of their practices.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Introduction
Grahame Weinbren

 

REVIEWS

Agnès Varda
Rachel Valinsky

Experiments at Beirut Cinema Days
Laura U. Marks

Lu Yang: Delusional Mandala
Christian Whitworth

Two Old Festivals: Ann Arbor and Oberhausen 2017 (Notes and Citations)
Grahame Weinbren

 

ARTIST PAGES

LINES OF RESOLUTION
Joey Huertas

 

ARTICLES

Polish Cinema Art: The Search for Content (Notes and Citations)
Andrzej Jachimczyk

Babette Mangolte: A Discontinuous Body
Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe

Nonfiction as a Speculative Mode of Inquiry: Subjectivity and the Films of Ben Rivers and Ben Russell (Notes and Citations)
Dara Waldron

 

INTERVIEWS

Animated Holes: An Interview with Naomi Uman
Justin Remes

Highview: An Interview with Simon Liu
Richard Tuohy

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Weight 13 oz
Dimensions 8 × 10 in
Publication Date

15 October 2017, Fall Issue

Pages

87

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