CONTENTS: In the picture: Kachakurubango; Patrice Chereau; "Reaganomics"; filming in Delhi; two new TV galleries at the National Museum of Photography in Bradford. - feature film policy (Mark Fisher, the arts spokesman for the m,ajor political parties, answers a special BFI questionnaire - after the election: the future of the BBC - the films of Raul Ruiz - Sean French on the films of David Lynch - the films of Norman Mailer - obituary: Carlos Clarens - obituary: Andrei Tarkovsky (1932-1986) - Tarkovsky's "The Sacrifice" - the films and attitudes of the late Societ director Larissa Shepitko - Jan Svankmajer and the marvels of low-tech animation - the reasons behind the fiery reaction to Alan Bleasdale's 'The Monocled Mutineer' - the relation between opera and film in the context of Powell and Pressburger's 'The Tales of Hoffmann' and Menotti's 'The Medium' - 'Salvador' and 'Platoon' FILM REVIEWS: - Come and See - Prick up your ears - Down by Law - The Morning After - Always - Golden Eighties BOOK REVIEWS: - John Ford, the man and his films, by Tag Gallagher - Deadly Parallels - film and the left in Britain 1929-39, by Bert Hogenkamp - Producers Releasing Corporation - A comprehensive filmography and history, ed. By Wheeler Dixon - Dictionnaire du cinema, ed. By Jean-Loup Passek - People will talk, by John Kobal COVER: British-backed Oscar contenders: 'The Mission', 'Mona Lisa', 'A Room with a View', and 'Platoon'.
|Dimensions||295 x 215 cm|
|Country of origin||UK|
|Related people||Penelope Houston (editor)|
Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection