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  • The Green Hornet sells out!

    As Sony, Seth Rogen and Michel Gondry attempt to revive The Green Hornet, Kim Newman tracks the character’s journey from radio days to 21st-century big-screen vacuity.

    Kim Newman
    Tuesday 11 January 2011

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  • Leonard Rossiter: a conviction in comedy

    As Tripper’s Day, Leonard Rossiter’s final comedy, is released on DVD, Gary Mills remembers the competitive, uncompromising star who was Reggie, Rigsby, flatulist and farceur.

    Gary Mills
    Wednesday 24 November 2010

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  • Mizoguchi’s The Water Magician

    Alexander Jacoby hails a rare screening of Mizoguchi’s 1933 silent The Water Magician – his fourth surviving film, and first signature work – accompanied by an equally rare ‘benshi’ narration.

    Alexander Jacoby
    Wednesday 20 October 2010

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  • From strip to screen: French comic-strip mavericks at the movies

    Guillaume Gendron charts the fortunes of two generations of bande dessinées talents as they’ve tackled the big screen.

    Guillaume Gendron
    Thursday 29 July 2010

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  • Impetuous streams: Raging Sun, Raging Sky

    Armond White finds spiritual tumescence in the finale of Julian Hernandez’s trilogy of mythical sex epics.

    Armond White
    Wednesday 24 March 2010

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  • Rick Prelinger: We have always recycled

    Prolific archivist Rick Prelinger sketches an alternative history of the rise of ‘archive fever’.

    Rick Prelinger
    Friday 12 March 2010

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  • Kinoteka 2010: Celestial mail

    A 14-minute mini-masterpiece reminds Michael Brooke of a history of correspondences between the British documentary school and its great Polish counterpart.

    Michael Brooke
    Tuesday 2 March 2010

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  • The Blonde: icon, stereotype, concept

    Victim, femme fatale, sexual object… just what is it that fascinates filmmakers about the blonde, asks Lucy Bolton?

    Lucy Bolton
    Monday 1 March 2010

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  • A curious faith: The Posters Came from the Walls

    Jeremy Deller and Nick Abrahams’ documentary depicts the obsessive fandom of Depeche Mode fans around the world. Owen Hatherley on a sad, funny portrait of pop music’s multiple confusions.

    Owen Hatherley
    Thursday 3 December 2009

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  • Jean Eustache: He stands alone

    Martine Pierquin, curator of the French Film Festival’s Jean Eustache retrospective, probes the career of one of cinema’s most fêted yet unfamiliar auteurs.

    Martine Pierquin
    Friday 6 November 2009

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