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Cinema Scope Issue 85 Table of Contents
The Play for Tomorrow: Steve McQueen’s Small Axe
By Michael Sicinski One of the best known of Steve McQueen’s early video works is Deadpan (1997), a four-minute, 35-second
The Crowd Is Dead, Long Live the Crowd!
Les misérables By Erika Balsom for RMC 1. It was a total coincidence and yet it felt freighted with meaning:
All the Fountains of the Great Deep: Artavazd Pelechian’s La Nature
By Phil Coldiron Artists who write clearly about their work run a serious risk: that they will be taken at
Minority Report: Armond White Wants to Make Spielberg Great Again
By Adam Nayman The “About the Author” section of Armond White’s new critical anthology does not disappoint. In the space
- Cinema Scope Issue 85 Table of Contents