This is the complete list of articles from Cinema Scope issue 51.

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Features

*Get Out of the Car: David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis  by José Teodoro and Adam Nayman

*Eight Footnotes On a Brief Description of Footnotes to a House of Love, and Other Films by Laida Lertxundi by Phil Coldiron

Holy Terror: Robert Bresson (Re-viewed) by Andrew Tracy

*This Is Not an Omnibus: The Jeonju Digital Project 2012 by Michael Sicinski

 Interviews

Fast Company: David Cronenberg in Toronto by Adam Nayman

*Terror Incognita: Julia Loktev on The Loneliest Planet by Jay Kuehner

Eternal Moment: A Record of Péter Forgács by Aaron Cutler

Passer’s Way: A Master Class with Ivan Passer by Olivier Père

 Spotlight: Cannes 2012

*Cannes 2012: The Forecast Calls for Pain by Mark Peranson

*Holy Motors by Dennis Lim 

*Amour by Christoph Huber

*Post Tenebras Lux by Tom Charity

Like Someone in Love by Richard Porton

La noche de enfrente by Boris Nelepo

*The Cheshire Cat Quinzaine by Robert Koehler

 Columns

*Editor’s Note

Books Around by Olaf Möller

*Film/Art: Beware of the Jollibee: A Correspondence with Lav Diaz by Andréa Picard

*Global Discoveries on DVD by Jonathan Rosenbaum

DVD Bonus

A Hollis Frampton Odyssey by Tom McCormack

Deaths of Cinema: Amos Vogel by John Gianvito

*Exploded View by Chuck Stephens

 Currency

*Moonrise Kingdom by John Semley

*Compliance by Adam Nayman

Room 237 by Quintín

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