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Features

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In Dreams Begin Responsibilities: The Films of Patricio Guzmán by Max Nelson

Wild Things: The Strange Cinema of Jack Garfein by Kate Rennebohm

The Movie Chaser: Charles Willeford on Film by Sean Rogers

Joyce Wieland: Word of Mouth by Samuel La France

Implications of a Totality: Frames for the Films of Joseph Bernard by Phil Coldiron

Interviews

Cock and Bull Stories: Miguel Gomes on Arabian Nights by Mark Peranson

Digging for History: Corneliu Porumboiu on The Treasure by Adam Cook

Strip Tease: Peter Tscherkassky and The Exquisite Corpus by Daniel Kasman

Spotlight: Cannes

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Cannes 2015: My God, It’s Full of Stars! by Mark Peranson

Italians Abroad: Youth, Mia Madre, Tale of Tales, The Other Side by Celluloid Liberation Front

The Assassin by Jordan Cronk

Son of Saul by Richard Porton

Cemetery of Splendour by Kong Rithdee

Sleeping Giant by Jason Anderson

Love by Blake Williams

Columns

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Editor’s Note

Canadiana: Canada’s All-Time Top Ten by Adam Nayman

Deaths of Cinema: Manoel de Oliveira by Michael Sicinski

Film/Art: Marcel Broodthaers and Albert Serra by Andréa Picard

Global Discoveries on DVD by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Exploded View: Gregory Markopoulos by Chuck Stephens

Currency

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Mad Max: Fury Road by Christoph Huber

Eden by Angelo Muredda

Poet on a Business Trip by Tony Rayns

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