MFJ 78 “Now… and Then”
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In the still-rippling wake of Covid, with increasing automation and atomization in the workforce, the rising omnipresence of AI, and the rapidly evolving collective organism of the internet, one could make a case that we finally have arrived at The Future. But without much fanfare, and certainly without maps or instructions. The experience of daily life has shifted so far for so many, and in the midst of this new reality, the relationship between real and representation has never been more fraught—all the way down to the atomic unit of our communication era, the image.
The pieces in this issue oscillate between temporally polarized generations, their movement speaking alternately to the past and future of moving image media.
Excerpted from Vince Warne’s Introduction to Millennium Film Journal No. 78 (Fall 2023)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Magic Eye: The Third Annual Prismatic Ground Festival
69th Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage: Moving Image’s Communal Body
69th Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage: Against Gravity
Inverted Twilight: Shun Ikezoe’s What is it that you said?
“Impossible Failures” at 52 Walker: Gordon Matta-Clark and William Pope.L
Private Ear: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Walled Unwalled and Other Monologues
We Are All Floating In The Same River: Short Films by Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Directions: Marcin Giżycki’s Arrow Board Game
Artificial Indulgence: Refik Anadol’s Unsupervised
John Powers, Technology and the Making of Experimental Film Culture (Notes and Citations)
John G. Hanhardt (ed.), The Films of Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné (Notes and Citations)
Stephen Broomer & Irene Bindi (eds.), Exovede in the Darkroom: The films of Rhayne Vermette (Notes and Citations)
The Cinematic Universe of Zach Blas
Being in the World with Cinema: Shai Heredia in conversation with Payal Kapadia and Priya Sen
Abundant Fantasies: The Peculiar Films of Karl Kels
Roots from Routes: Birgit Hein and Peter Weibel in Conversation with David Larcher (Notes and Citations)
Kenneth Anger (1927 – 2023)
Tony Pipolo (1940 – 2023)
Joyce Rheuban & Grahame Weinbren
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Fall Issue, October 15 2023
Andrzej Jachimczyck, Arindam Sen, Blockbusters, Brian Butler, Byron Davies, Carole Pipolo, Caspar Stracke, Clint Enns, Elizabeth Lowe, Grahame Weinbren, Jason Fox, Jayne Wilkinson, Joseph Eusebio, Joyce Rheuban, Max Levin, Melisssa Ragona, Nicholas Gamso, Paul Attard, Shai Heredia, Stephanie Huber, Susan Felleman, Susana Resende Bessa, Vincent Warne, Will DiGravio, Yanxiu Luo
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