Millennium Film Journal No. 58 Screening and Celebration

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Celebrating the longevity of the Millennium Film Journal, and the publication of MFJ 58. With Grahame Weinbren, Kenneth White, and Erica Levin and works by Jean Vigo, Elisa Giardina Papa, Omer Fast and Natalie Bookchin.

MFJ No. 58 "Since 78" is the 35th Anniversary Edition. It highlights the artists’ cinema and its developments during the 35 years of the MFJ’s publication. It is a double-sized issue, giving a unique portrait of three and a half decades, during which time we moved from the black box to the white cube, from film to digital media, from the inside of the museum onto the walls of the museum, and from the big screen to the tiny screen — while never giving up the earlier forms.

MFJ 58 includes 22 texts by the leading writers in the field and 24 pages of color images, including frame enlargements, installation shots and much more.

A full table of contents is online at mfj-online.org/mfj-58-table-of-contents/

MFJ 58 is only $11.99. It can be purchased directly at mfj-online.org

A pdf file copy is available for $15.99 at mfj-online.org/special_offers

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Monday, December 2, 2013 - 18:00

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