Cinema Scope Issue 94 | Table of Contents


Matt Johnson and Matt Miller on BlackBerry By Adam Nayman

The Battle of Waterloo: Matt Johnson and Matt Miller on BlackBerry by Adam Nayman

Sentimental Education: Christian Petzold on Afire by Darren Hughes

The Nameless World: Bas Devos on Here by Jordan Cronk


Imitations of Life: The Melodramas of João Canijo by Daniel Ribas

After Tragedy: On Angela Schanelec’s Music by Phil Coldiron

Aether/Ore: Post-Humanism in Deborah Stratman’s Last Things by Michael Sicinski

The Ecstasy and the Agony: Werner Herzog Plays Himself by Christoph Huber

In Search of the Miraculous: Notes on Some Recent Music Documentaries by Max Goldberg

On Dangerous Ground: No Master Territories by Madeleine Wall 


Editor’s Note: 2020’s Top Ten Films

Global Discoveries on DVD by Jonathan Rosenbaum


Berlin: Samsara by Lawrence Garcia

Berlin: Notre corps by Beatrice Loayza

Sundance: A Few Signs of Life by Robert Koehler


Ian Penman’s Fassbinder: Thousands of Mirrors by Erika Balsom


Black Zero by Joshua Minsoo Kim

Deaths of Cinema: Albert Pyun by Will Sloan


Un beau matin by Hannah Seidlitz

Infinity Pool by Saffron Maeve

Knock at the Cabin by Brendan Boyle

Riceboy Sleeps by Winnie Wang

Tori et Lokita by Christopher Small