September/October 2017

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Cover: Agnès Varda's Faces Places by Wang Muyan

Special Section on the 55th New York Film Festival: 
Dee Rees’s Mudbound by Ashley Clark
Robert Mitchum by Imogen Sara Smith
Lucrecia Martel’s Zama by José Teodoro 

Features: Joan Micklin Silver by Shonni Enelow
Immigrants on Screen by Girish Shambu
Nikos Papatakis by Yonca Talu

Inspired: Luca Guadagnino on Call Me by Your Name 

Release Me: Sergei Loznitsa’s A Gentle Creature by Nicolas Rapold

Directions: Jane Campion by Nick Davis 

Restoration Row: Med Hondo’s Soleil Ô by Max Nelson

Critics’ Choice: Critics rate and comment on new releases

Art and Craft: Costume designer Mark Bridges

Make It Real: Ghost Hunting and Spettacolo by Eric Hynes 

Finest Hour: John Adames in Gloria by Shonni Enelow

In Memoriam: George A. Romero by Nick Pinkerton

Reviews: Wonderstruck by Michael Koresky, Ex Libris: The New York Public Library by Nicolas Rapold, The Challenge by Violet Lucca, The Florida Project by Cassie da Costa

Short Takes: The Villainess by R. Emmet Sweeney, The Unknown Girl by Holly Willis, The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) by Steven Mears, BPM (Beats Per Minute) by Nick Davis

Home Movies: The Fabulous Baron Munchausen by Michael Sragow, Amsterdamned by Chris Shields, Chantal Akerman by Chantal Akerman by Nicolas Rapold, A Dark Song by Margaret Barton-Fumo, Tectonic Plate by Chloe Lizotte, Terror in a Texas Town by Farran Smith Nehme, They Shoot Horses, Dont They? by Steven Mears, public domain streaming by Gina Telaroli, Wish List: The Web by Laura Kern

Readings: Reinventing Hollywood by David Bordwell, reviewed by Nick Pinkerton; California Infernal: Anton LaVey & Jayne Mansfield as portrayed by Walter Fischer, reviewed by J. Hoberman; Metaphors on Vision by Stan Brakhage, reviewed by Michael Joshua Rowin

Graphic Detail: Kiyoshi Awazu by Adrian Curry

A digital copy of this issue is available on Zinio.