September/October 2009

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Cover Story: Lars von Trier’s Antichrist by Larry Gross

Features: Where the Wild Things Are by Kent Jones

Wild Grass by Amy Taubin

Italian Neorealism by Stuart Klawans

The Baader Meinhof Complex by Katja Nicodemus

Bollywood’s Guru Dutt by Jacob Levich

Hot Property: Sion Sono’s Love Exposure by Chris Chang

Peep Show: Lawrence Weiner’s Water in Milk Exists by David E. James

Site Specifics: Paul Fileri on World Picture Journal

The Accidental Auteurist: Michael Mann’s Public Enemies by Andrew Sarris

Encore: Marcel L’Herbier’s L’Argent by Michael Almereyda

Journal: Beijing by Li Hongyu, translated by Andrew Chan

Sound &Vision: Apichatpong Weerasethakul by Philip Brophy & Yang Fudong by Chris Chang

Olaf’s World: Ho Tzu Nyen by Olaf Möller

Screenings: Bright Star by Nicola Evans; 35 Shots of Rum by Dave Kehr; The Informant! by Nicolas Rapold; The September Issue by Nathan Lee; The Burning Plain by Melissa Anderson; Defamation by Jennifer Dworkin; The Damned United by Graham Fuller

Short Takes: Bronson by Chris Chang; The Maid by Laura Kern; The Messenger by Laura Kern; 9 by Chris Chang; Paris by Nicolas Rapold; We Live in Public by Nicolas Rapold

Home Movies: Walden by Jesse P. Finnegan

Readings: Dell Tamblyn on Film, a Sound Art

The Trivial Top 20: Best Acting Performance by a Musical Artist