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PERIODICAL: CAHIERS DU CINEMA In English (1965-7)

Cahiers du Cinéma is a French film magazine founded in 1951 by André Bazin, Jacques Doniol-Valcroze, and Joseph-Marie Lo Duca. It developed from the earlier magazine Revue du Cinéma involving members of two Paris film clubs—Objectif 49 and Ciné-Club du Quartier Latin. Initially edited by Doniol-Valcroze and, after 1957, by Éric Rohmer, it included amongst its writers Jacques Rivette, Jean-Luc Godard, Claude Chabrol, and François Truffaut. It is the oldest French-language film magazine in publication. 

Metrograph's collection of Cahiers du Cinema in English includes issues from 1965-1967; they are used and show age, but are in otherwise great condition. For inquiries regarding specific issues, please email bookstore@metrograph.com.

Issues

 No. 1, Jan 1966: Special Flashback Issue. Contents include: Andrew Sarris, "Cahiers in Context"; an interview with Michelangelo Antonioni by Jean-Luc Godard; François Truffaut, "A Certain Tendency of the French Cinema"; Max Ophuls, "My Experience"; and more.

No. 2: Visconti, Berkeley, Hitchcock. Contents include: Jean-Louis Comolli on Busby Berkeley; Claude Chabrol, "Hitchcock Confronts Evil"; reviews of Pierrot le fou, Juliet of the Spirits, and L'Avventura; and more.

No. 3: Ray, Edwards, Polanski, Eisenstein. Contents include: Satyajit Ray, "From Film to Film"; an interview with Roman Polanski; Michel Mardore, "Cinema and Politics: Age of Gold (Buñuel), Age of Iron (Rossellini); reviews of Alphaville and The Gospel According to Matthew; and more.

No. 4: Carl Dreyer, Luis Buñuel, Jerry Lewis, New Canadian Cinema. Contents include: Serge Daney on Jerry Lewis; an interview with Carl Dreyer; reviews of Repulsion, The Naked Kiss, and The Cincinnati Kid; and more.

No. 5: Truffaut on 'Fahrenheit', Welles, Fellini, Riefenstahl. Contents include: François Truffaut, "The Journal of Fahrenheit 451"; Pierre Kast, "Visits with Fellini"; and more.

No. 7, Jan 1967: Truffaut on 'Fahrenheit' III, Seberg in 'Lilith', Rossen, McCarey. Contents include: Jean Seberg, "Lilith and I"; an interview with Leo McCarey; Jerzy Skolimowski, Milos Forman, Jean-Marie Straub and Jean-Louis Comolli on "Situation of the New Cinema"; and more.

No. 9, March 1967: Renoir, Kazan, Losey, Lubitsch. Contents include: Andrew Sarris on Boudu Saved from Drowning; Jean-Louis Comolli, "The Auteur, the Masks, the Other"; Molly Haskell, "Four French Films"; and more.

No. 11, Sept 1967: Welles, Bergman, Jessua, Flaherty. Contents include: Ingmar Bergman, "The Serpent's Skin"; Georges Sadoul, "A Flaherty Mystery"; an interview with Orson Welles on Falstaff; reviews of Au hasard Balthazar and Three on a Couch; and more.




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