Our screening of Michael Mann’s rare 1983 film The Keep in collaboration with Cigarette Burns at the Prince Charles is the occasion for a look at fortresses on film.
To coincide with the BFI’s extended run of Roman Polanski’s classic psychological thriller, we look at various forms of cinematic repulsion.
This month we honour the late Kôji Wakamatsu, great provocateur and ‘godfather of the pink movie’, who mixed sex, violence and politics to explosive effect.
As winter sets in the creatures come out of the dark.
As fantastical paean to harsh, wild freedom Beasts of the Southern Wild hits the screens, we look at various forms of cinematic freedom.
Memory is our autumnal theme this month.
August is full of fakes, from The Imposter to Shadow Dancer via Orson Welles.
- Issue 65: Mutations
- Issue 64: Sion Sono
- Issue 63: Treachery
- Issue 62: Manga Adaptations
- Issue 61: Ken Russell
- Issue 60: Femmes Fatales
- Issue 59: Fake Documentaries
- Issue 58: 2011 in Film
- Issue 57: Shôhei Imamura
- Issue 56: Eco Sci-Fi
- Issue 55: Twisted Romance
- Issue 54: The Art Theatre Guild of Japan
- Issue 53: Andrei Tarkovsky
recent Online Issues
05/2/13 •Issue 72: Fortresses
05/1/13 •Issue 71: Repulsion
15/12/12 •Issue 70: Koji Wakamatsu
30/11/12 •Issue 69: Creatures
30/10/12 •Issue 68: Freedom
30/9/12 •Issue 67: Memory