FILM 67/68 (1968)
An Anthology by the National Society of Film Critics
Out of Print

Stanley Kauffman, Chairman, writes, "The National Society of Film Critics was founded late in 1966 [and continues to operate today —ed.]. No one was more surprised than its founders. As anyone knows who is familiar with our work (and as the following pages testify), the tastes of the members could hardly be more varied. ... We hope that this is the first of an annual series. This will be possible only if it is of interest to those interested in films, and we would be grateful for your comments." 


Contributions include: 

Pauline Kael, "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Orson Welles' Falstaff"
Stanley Kauffman, "A Year with Blow-Up" and "Visconti's The Stranger"
John Simon, "Persona" and "Accident"
Andrew Sarris, "In the Heat of the Night" and "Howard Hawks' El Dorado"
And more...

Published by Simon and Schuster
Paperback / 320 pages / light wear

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