May/June 2015

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Cover: Albert Maysles by Chris Boeckmann

Features: Martín Rejtman by Quintín
In defense of storytelling by Kent Jones

Special Midsection: Korea
Directors from A-Z by Pierce Conran, Grady Hendrix, and Tom Vick
Korean cinema 2004-2014 by Goran Topalovic
Busan International Film Festival by Darcy Paquet
Gangpae cinema by Samuel Jamier
Independent films by Darcy Paquet
Actors from A-Z by Jean Noh
Hong Sangsoo by Tony Rayns
Jang Jin by Tony Rayns
Documentary by Darcy Paquet

Hot Property: Emyr ap Richard and Darhad Erdenibulag's by Nicolas Rapold

Alex Cox’s 10,000 Ways to Die: Francesco Rosi's The Moment of Truth

Site Specifics: Art of the Guillotine by Violet Lucca

Trivial Top 20: Best Multiple-Role Performances

Matías Piñeiro’s In the Moment: Carole Lombard in Mr. & Mrs. Smith

Restoration Row: The Italian Straw Hat & Two Timid Souls

Sound: Sion Sono's Tokyo Tribe by Philip Brophy

Vision: Khalik Allah by Eric Hynes

Olaf’s World: Dominik Graf by Olaf Möller

A Face In the Crowd: Hope Emerson by Chuck Stephens

Festivals: Berlin by Olaf Möller

Screenings: Far from the Madding Crowd by Michael Sragow, Eden by Kristin M. Jones, Love & Mercy by Chris Norris, Results by Amy Taubin

Short Takes: Good Kill by Nicolas Rapold, In the Name of My Daughter by Steven Mears, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence by Matt Connolly, Reality by Violet Lucca, The Tribe by Eric Hynes, The Wolfpack by Nicolas Rapold

Home Movies: Another Girl Another Planet by Steven Mears, Blacula Scream Blacula Scream by Chuck Stephens, 101 Dalmatians by David Filipi, Captive by Yonca Talu, Killers by Grady Hendrix, Jupiter Ascending by Nathan Lee, A Man for All Seasons  by Michael Sragow, Traps by Violet Lucca, Battleship Potemkin & October by Patrick Friel, State of Siege by Nicolas Rapold

Readings: Rhythm after Sound: Technology, Music and Performance by Lea Jacobs, reviewed by Kent Jones; Compound Cinematics: Akira Kurosawa and I by Shinobu Hashimoto, reviewed by David Gregory Lawson; The Lumière Galaxy: 7 Key Words for the Cinema to Come by Francesco Casetti, reviewed by Holly Willis; VHS: Video Cover Art by Thomas Hodge, reviewed by Laura Kern

Graphic Detail: Raymond Gid by Adrian Curry