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A review of two radical works of television science fiction: World on a Wire (1973), Rainer Werner Fassbinder's bleak exploration of reality and technological simulation, which is comparable to the fiction of Philip K. Dick; and Artemis 81 (1981), dramatist David Rudkin's eerie, expressionist...
An interview with Patrick Keiller, British director of essay films on the occasion of the release of Robinson in Ruins , the follow-up to London and Robinson in Space . Keiller discusses his engagement with history, politics, landscape, biophilia, and the mysterious character of Robinson.
A reconsideration of Kathryn Bigelow's 1987 revisionist vampire film, Near Dark , in terms of its small-town ambience, visual openness, melancholic mood of nostalgia, outsider characters, and genre mix of horror and belated Western.
Kathryn Bigelow's eight feature films all seek a balance between progressive representations of gender and race and the demands of commercial filmmaking. Close attention to the filmmaker's experiments with duration and camera technology reveals her interest in reworking Hollywood conventions to...
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