Issues

Spring 2016: Volume 69, Number 3

From the Editor
Academy Categories, Movie Theater Revivals & Always and Forever, Coutinho
B. Ruby Rich

Dossier:Eduardo Coutinho
An Introduction to Coutinho
Natalia Brizuela and B. Ruby Rich

Variations on the Author
Cecilia Sayad

Conversation and Duration In Eduardo Coutinho’s Films
Natalia Brizuela

Eduardo Coutinho, Savage Linguist of Brazilian Documentary
Consuelo Lins, as translated by Natalia Brizuela

Inquiries Into Eduardo Coutinho and His Dialogue with Modern Tradition
Ismail Xavier, as translated by Krista Brune

The Emptiness of the Backyard: An Interview with Eduardo Coutinho
José Carlos Avellar, as translated by Krista Brune

Eduardo Coutinho Filmography
Natalia Brizuela

Features
Imagining the Unimaginable: Interview with László Nemes On Son of Saul
Megan Ratner

Columns
Screenings: Letter From Barcelona: Rom-Com To Art-House
Paul Julian Smith

The Vulnerable Spectator
Watching Carefully: Hou Hsiao-Hsien and His Audience
Amelie Hastie

Festival Reports
Trinidad + Tobago Film Festival: Nurturing A Developing Film Industry
Christine Acham

Mix Copenhagen at Thirty: Projecting A Triumphant Queer Moment
Randy Malamud

Cultivating The Early Canons: The Pordenone Silent Film Festival
Vito Adriaensens

Page Views
An Interview with Editors Anton Kaes, Nicholas Baer, and Michael Cowan on The Promise of Cinema: German Film Theory, 1907–1933
Regina Longo

Book Reviews
Dana Polan
Imaginary Apparatus: New York City and Its Mediated Representation by McLain Clutter

Cynthia Lucia
Recycled Stars: Female Film Stardom in the Age of Television and Video by Mary R. Desjardins

Andrew Utterson
The End of Cinema? A Medium in Crisis in the Digital Age by André Gaudreault and Philippe Marion

Imogen Sara Smith
The Lives of Robert Ryan by J.R. Jones

Michael Koresky
Gay Directors, Gay Films? Pedro Almodóvar, Terence Davies, Todd Haynes, Gus Van Sant, John Waters by Emanuel Levy

Annie Berke
Lois Weber in Early Hollywood by Shelley Stamp

Michael Sandlin
Race on the QT: Blackness and the Films of Quentin Tarantino by Adilifu Nama