Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism is the successor to Movie, the print journal that was edited, designed and published by the late Ian A. Cameron from 1962 to 2000.
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Close to you: Notorious Proximity in Cinema
'A fair curve from a noble plan': Certain Women
El Sur (The South), or the Memory of Cinema
Two Rode Together
Nonprofessional Acting in El Perro
'Why Does It Look Like This?' A Visual Primer of Early CinemaScope Composition
Closing Choices in Hostiles: Stepping onto a Moving Train
David G. Hughes
Ozu's frames: Form and narrative in Late Spring
Joshua J. Taylor
Desegregating the Two Shot: The Use of the Frame in The Defiant Ones
Henry Rownd (author's statement)
Music and Point of View in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Patrick Keating (author's statement)
The Sacred and the Profane: Visualising Patriarchal Capitalism in There Will Be Blood
Ryan Bedsaul (author's statement)
This issue coordinated by Alex Clayton and Kathrina Glitre, and designed by Elizabeth Johnston.