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Interviews

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Infinite Worlds Possible: Hong Sangsoo on Right Now, Wrong Then
Essay by Roger Koza, Interview by Francisco Ferreira & Julien Gester

Notes on Camp: An Interview with David Wain
By Adam Nayman

Necessary Means: Isiah Medina on 88:88
By Phil Coldiron

Features

Leeching Upon the Lifeblood of the Real: Ben Rivers’ The Sky Trembles and the Earth Is Afraid and the Two Eyes Are Not Brothers
By Leo Goldsmith

Bleurghing the Unspeakable: A Stroll Through Andrzej Zulawski’s Cosmos
By Christoph Huber

Eternal Damnation: Arturo Ripstein’s Bleak Street
By José Teodoro

The Seven Observational Films of Soda Kazuhiro
By Max Nelson

Archive Fever: The Films of Pietro Marcello
By Blake Williams

Fear and Trembling in the Films of Benjamin Naishtat
By Jay Kuehner

Lines and Traces: Jenni Olson’s The Royal Road and Peter Bo Rappmund’s Topophilia
By Michael Sicinski

Secondhand Truth: The Mirrors of Rainer Werner Fassbinder
By Esther Yi

Columns

Editor’s Note

Film/Art: Chantal Akerman’s No Home Movie
By Andréa Picard

Global Discoveries on DVD
By Jonathan Rosenbaum

Exploded View: Alternative Projections
By Chuck Stephens

Festivals

The Third Image: 3D Experiments at Oberhausen
By Tess Takahashi

Canadiana: The Mask
By Samuel La France

Currency

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The Club by Quintín

High-Rise by Tom Charity

Magic Mike XXL by Kate Rennebohm

Queen of Earth by Jordan Cronk

Mistress America by Angelo Muredda

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Roundabouts & Entanglements: FID Marseille 2015
By Leo Goldsmith

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