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FEATURES & INTERVIEWS

*From the Other Side: Exiled in Trumpland by Roberto Minervini

Land of Confusion: Cristi Puiu Talks Sieranevada by Christoph Huber

*Artifact Bonfire: Ken Jacobs and Reichstag 9/11 by Daniel Kasman

Self-Portrait: Bob Dylan as Filmmaker by Sean Rogers

*Super-Ornithologist: João Pedro Rodrigues’ Birdman by Robert Koehler

*The Working Hour: Salomé Lamas’ Eldorado XXI by Michael Sicinski

The Cost of Reparations: An Interview With Alanis Obomsawin by Steve Macfarlane

Doesn’t Have to Be a Tome”: Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women by Angelo Muredda

*Something, Everything: Manuela De Laborde on AS WITHOUT SO WITHIN by Blake Williams

SPOTLIGHT: FALL FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS

*Rat Film by Jordan Cronk

*Austerlitz by Jay Kuehner

By the Time It Gets Dark by James Lattimer

*Ceux qui font les révolutions à moitié n’ont fait que se creuser un tombeau by Adam Nayman

Donald Cried by Celluloid Liberation Front

Free Fire by Julien Allen

*Kékszakállú by José Teodoro

Le quadrille, Aux quatre coins, and Le divertissement: Three Short Films by Jacques Rivette by Christopher Small

COLUMNS

*Editor’s Note

*Film/Art: La Biennale de Montréal by Andréa Picard

*Global Discoveries on DVD by Jonathan Rosenbaum

DVD Bonus: The Herschell Gordon Lewis Feast by Michael Atkinson

 

EXPLODED VIEW

Gary Beydler’s Mirror by Chuck Stephens

WEB ONLY

*Moonlight by Phil Coldiron

Northern Exposure: Future//Present at VIFF by Jordan Cronk

CURRENCY

*Jackie by Adam Nayman

La La Land by Alicia Fletcher

Fire at Sea by Samuel La France

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