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Features

*Blood and Thunder: Enter the Leviathan by Phil Coldiron

*Role Models: The Films of Matías Piñeiro by Quintín

The Angry Odyssey: Robert Aldrich’s Last Gleaming by Christoph Huber

*Burru’s Abominable Dialectic: Nicolas Rey’s autrement, la Molussie by Michael Sicinski

Interviews

*Lost in the Moment: Peter Mettler on The End of Time by Jason Anderson

Unexpected Textures: A Conversation Between Nicolás Pereda and Kazik Radwanski Moderated by Christopher Heron

*Wandering in Vienna: Jem Cohen and the Adventure of Museum Hours by Robert Koehler

*Golden Girls: Sean Baker’s Starlet by Adam Nayman

Anything But Cinephilia: A Public Conversation with Leos Carax by Olivier Père

Return to Form: An Interview with Jerome Hiler by Max Goldberg

Columns

*Editor’s Note

Film/Art: Luther Price by Andréa Picard

*DVD Bonus: Margaret by Robert Koehler

*Global Discoveries on DVD by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Books Around by Olaf Möller

Books Extra: Claude Lanzmann by Jerry White

*Exploded View: Paul Sharits by Chuck Stephens

Currency

*The Master by Gabe Klinger

*Rebelle by Kiva Reardon

*Après mai by Andrew Tracy

Somebody Up There Likes Me by John Semley

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