September/October 2015

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Cover: Hou Hsiao-Hsien by Aliza Ma

Features: Guy Maddin’s The Forbidden Room by Jonathan Romney
Arnaud Desplechin’s My Golden Days by Howard Hampton
Michael Almereyda’s Experimenter by David Thomson
Denis Villeneuve’s Sicario by José Teodoro
Douglas Fairbanks by Scott Eyman
Game Changers: Widescreen by Paul Schrader

Hot Property: Philippe Faucon’s Fatima by Nicolas Rapold

Alex Cox’s 10,000 Ways to Die: Frank Perry’s ‘Doc’

Site Specifics: by Violet Lucca

Trivial Top 20: Worst Fictional Art

Matías Piñeiro’s In the Moment: Gloria Grahame in The Cobweb

Restoration Row: Lyda Borelli by Max Nelson

Fade Out: Christopher Lee by John Landis

Sound: Samuel Fuller’s Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street by James Hughes 

Vision: Laurie Anderson’s Heart of a Dog by Violet Lucca

Encore: Steve De Jarnatt’s Cherry 2000 and Miracle Mile by Robert Horton

Brief Encounters: Robert Zemeckis by Harlan Jacobson

Olaf’s World: Wojciech Smarzowski by Olaf Möller

Festivals: Nitrate Picture Show by Nick Pinkerton

Screenings: Time Out of Mind by Kristin M. Jones, Freeheld by Andrew Chan, Taxi by Richard Combs, Queen of Earth by Eric Hynes

Short Takes: Beasts of No Nation by Nicolas Rapold, Breathe by Yonca Talu, The Final Girls by Laura Kern, The New Girlfriend by Graham Fuller, 99 Homes by Nicolas Rapold, Pawn Sacrifice by Steven Mears

Home Movies: Paulo Rocha (Collector’s Edition) by Aaron Cutler, British Noir by Michael Sragow, Spasmo by Marc Walkow, Run of the Arrow by Steven Mears, Seventeen by Chris Boeckmann, Some Call It Loving by Yonca Talu, The Harvest by Tanner Tafelski, Ken Jacobs 3 x 3D by R. Emmet Sweeney, Society by Violet Lucca, People Places Things by Erin Delaney

Readings: The New Scottish Cinema by Jonathan Murray, reviewed by Graham Fuller; Binghamton Babylon: Voices from the Cinema Department, 1967-1977 by Scott M. MacDonald, reviewed by R. Emmet Sweeney; Orson Welles’s Last Movie: The Making of The Other Side of the Wind by Josh Karp, reviewed by Michael Joshua Rowin; Marc Karlin: Look Again edited by Holly Aylett, reviewed by Giovanni Vimercati

Graphic Detail: Karel Vaca by Adrian Curry