Rem Berger sits down with Margarethe von Trotta, to talk Bergman, philosophy, and the unconscious.
It's easy to forget, with the glut of 3D movies after Avatar, that 3D has been around a lot longer than you'd think. The early 1950s saw the first 3D craze; House of Wax is the best remembered example. But in 1954, Hitchcock made one called Dial M For Murder.
Some of you may have run across print copies of our sixth issue (Fall/Winter 2013-2014) floating around campus in the past few weeks. Now, you can browse through the journal cover-to-cover online.
To conclude our coverage of 2013, we publish here, for your perusal, all of the individual Top Ten lists our contributors submitted and that we factored into our year-end poll.
The critical response to To the Wonder, so disheartening in its near-unanimous exasperation, seems to me incommensurate with the movie itself, which I watched and loved one idle December night after a copy of it had landed in my lap.
Join us for our Issue Six Launch Party on Saturday, February 8th!