Film International 17.4 is now available
Friday, January 31, 2020

Film International 17.4 is now available

Intellect is excited to announce that Film International 17.4 is now available! 


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Aims & Scope

Rejecting the dichotomies of ‘high' and ‘low' cinema, Film International embraces debate on how film interacts with the broader culture, history and economy of society. This magazine aims to encourage critical study and public discussion of the role of moving images in our society, bridging the gap between academics and cineastes.


Issue 17.4



Daniel Lindvall


So How Does It Feel to Have a Main Part in the Major Motion Picture of the


Simon T. Constable


What does Dennis Hopper Have in Common with Orson Welles and Charles


Joanna Elena Batsakis


Marital Bliss in the Thin Man Films

Jeffrey Griffin


Technology and the Grail in Fringe, In Search of Klingsor and Other Nazi Scientist Tales

Kenneth Estes Hall


Die For Honour? Die For Nothing

Fanglin Wang


Eco-Cinematic Affect

Min Yang


The Bengali Detective

Devapriya Sanyal


‘We Are All Just on Our Own’

Teet Teinemaa


Hide, Jonathan, Seek

Murray Pomerance


Knocking on (Robin) Wood

Greg Burris


The Fighting Irish

Tiela Garnett


Review: Cinematic Encounters: Interviews and Dialogues

Jeremy Carr


Review: Victims of Violence

John Talbird


Interview: Penny Lane

Elias Savada


Interview: Gael García Bernal

Tom Ue


Festival Report: Toronto International Film Festival 2019

Barry Keith Grant


Festival Report: Cannes 2019

Ali Moosavi


Parting Words: Professor Pruitt

Liza Palmer