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Here and There: The Films of Tsai Ming-liang

Movie Mutations : The Changing Face of World Cinephilia

British Film Institute, 2003

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...That men are men wherever they may be is something we might have predicted; to be surprised by it only tells us something about ourselves. […] If music is a universal idiom, so too is mise en scène: it is this language, and not Japanese...

L’Argent

British Film Institute, 1999

BFI Film Classics

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... is a study of spontaneous murder and a meditation on evil that has a striking kinship with contemporary vigilante and serial killer films. Kent Jones disputes some of the received wisdom about Bresson’s work as it’s epitomized by ‘L’Argent’:...

Movie Mutations: Letters from (and to) Some Children of 1960

Jonathan Rosenbaum

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Jonathan Rosenbaum is film critic for the Chicago Reader and author of Movie Wars (2002) and Dead Man (BFI Modern Classics, 2000), among many other books. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Adrian Martin

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Adrian Martin is film critic for The Age (Melbourne) and author of a study of Terrence Malick forthcoming from bfi Publishing. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Kent Jones

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Alexander Horwath

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Alexander Horwath

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Nicole Brenez

Nicole Brenez

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Raymond Bellour

Raymond Bellour

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Movie Mutations : The Changing Face of World Cinephilia

British Film Institute, 2003

Book chapter

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... Nicole Brenez (France), Alexander Horwath (Austria), Kent Jones (US) and you, Adrian Martin (Australia). Each of you, I should add, I met independently of the other three, originally through correspondence (apart from Kent), although Kent...