35th Anniversary Edition of the Millennium Film Journal

The new 35th Anniversary issue of the Millennium Film Journal features an essay by A.L. Rees called 'Physical Optics: a return of the repressed' which surveys the proliferation in London over the last year of expanded cinema events.  There's mention of Nightworks programmed by Andrew Vallance and myself and some stills from Rosemary, Again and Again.

The entire issue is about the changing nature of 'artists' cinema' over 35 years since the publication of the first MFJ.  You can get a copy by ordering online or through UK stockists in London at the ICA, Housemans, Foyles, Tate Modern and the BFI and in Canterbury at JG Palmer LLG, Northgate, The Cornerhouse Manchester and the Arnolfini, Bristol.

The Millennium Film Journal is a bi-annual journal of avant-garde film and media art published by Millennium Film Workshop, New York since 1978.

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