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FILM COMMENT: Vol. 4, No. 1 - Fall 1966

HITCHENS, Gordon (Editor)

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New York: Film Comment, 1966. First Edition. 4to. Photographic wraps. Very good. Mild soil and creases to wraps. Light corner crease to pages throughout. Else clean, bright, sound. 96pp. (Item ID: 18920)

Issue of this long-running cinema magazine. Much of this issue devoted to transcriptions of the visuals and narration of several Vietnam-era films (produced by the Viet Cong, the U.S. Army, and others) in an attempt to discuss the various ideological positions of the filmmakers. Cover image depicts the shooting of a Viet Cong prisoner from a Japanese documentary. Issue also includes interviews with Fellini and Dreyer, as well as an article discussing Elia Kazan's testimony before the House Un-American Activites Committee.


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