MFJ 67 “Devoted to Artists’ Moving Image”
The 50th Edition
This is the 50th volume of the Millennium Film Journal. If you have the entire run of the journal on your shelves, the count will be 50 books including this one. Though this volume is labeled MFJ No. 67, the number of the issue does not indicate how many physical editions of the magazine have been published, since there were several multi-volume issues in the ‘80s and ‘90s. This is indeed the 50th book. It is also 50 years since Ken Jacobs founded the Millennium Film Workshop, an anniversary celebrated throughout 2018 with 50+ events in New York City. As the Workshop is the publisher of the MFJ, we are delighted with this mathematical coincidence.
In these sorry times, the political is around every corner, under every rock, inspiring a spectrum of artistic approaches and responses. The 50th volume is a far-reaching demonstration of the continuing potential of the moving image in the hands of artists.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Limitless Horizon: Vertical Perspective (Notes and Citations)
Naeem Mohaiemen’s Tripoli Cancelled
Jorge Lozano: Illegal
The Old and the New, in Situ, at the 2017 Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival
Greg de Cuir Jr.
Kino Skulptur Projekte: Moving Image Installation as Public Sculpture at Münster’s Decennial Exhibition (Notes and Citations)
Gathering Momentum: Light Field 2017
A Cinema of Touch: The Work of Betzy Bromberg (Notes and Citations)
Lorna Mills, or the Uses of Ugliness (Notes and Citations)
Seth Barry Watter
Ways of Seeing After the Internet (Notes and Citations)
Let Us Now Praise Famous Girls: The Sublime in Jennifer Reeder’s A Million Miles Away(Notes and Citations)
J. Ronald Green
Fever in the Insta-Archive: An Interview with Dan Browne
Anita Thacher (1940-2017)
Michelle Leftheris, Grahame Weinbren
David Pendleton (1964-2017)
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15 April 2018, Spring Issue
Anita Spooner, Grahame Weinbren, Josh Guildford, Kenneth White, Rachel Stevens
Annie Dell'Aria, Brittany Gravely, Clint Enns, Greg de Cuir Jr., J. Ronald Green, Johanna Gosse, Kyle Weise, Michelle Leftheris, Mike Hoolboom, Patrick Harrison, Seth Barry Watter, Shambhavi Kaul, Vera Brunner-Sung
Available Online Content
- Kino Skulptur Projekte: Moving Image Installation as Public Sculpture at Münster’s Decennial Exhibition
- Highlight III: Ways of Seeing/Ways of Nothing by Johanna Gosse
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