Issue 87: Table of contents


It Happened One Night: Alexandre Koberidze on What Do We See When We Look at the Sky? by Jordan Cronk

Can’t Get You Out of My Head: Dasha Nekrasova on The Scary of Sixty-First by Gabrielle Marceau

Depth is Real: A Conversation with Jean-Claude Rousseau by Blake Williams


Brief Encounters: Hamaguchi Ryusuke’s Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy by Beatrice Loayza

“I prefer, where truth is important, to write fiction” : On Radu Jude by Phil Coldiron

Crisis Management: Amalia Ulman’s El Planeta by Jaclyn Bruneau

Common Sense Connoisseur: The Critical Legacy of Bertrand Tavernier by Christoph Huber

Remembering Women: Claudia von Alemann’s Blind Spot by Erika Balsom

To Each His Own Cinema: Zhang Yimou’s One Second by Shelly Kraicer

In the Earth: Kier-La Janisse’s Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror by Katherine Connell


Editor’s Note

Deaths of Cinema: Joan Micklin Silver by Josh Cabrita

Deaths of Cinema: Monte Hellman by Haden Guest

TV or Not TV Exterminate All the Brutes by Robert Koehler 

DVD Bonus: Andy Milligan by Will Sloan

Exploded View: Eberhard and Phyllis Kronhausen’s Psychomontage No. 1 by Chuck Stephens


Petite maman by Courtney Duckworth 

Azor by Jay Kuehner

Faya Dayi by Jesse Cumming

Zack Snyder’s Justice League by Angelo Muredda

New Order by Adam Nayman

The Disciple by Lawrence Garcia

The Empty Man by Brendan Boyle

Siberia by Michael Sicinski