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3:AM Magazine
The Ideology of the End of Ideology: Pontecorvo/Godard/Fassbinder, by Louis Armond

16:9
What is Modern Cinema?, by Adrian Martin
Godard’s klassiske modernisme, by Peder Grongaard
Parafilm: Om Jean-Luc Godard’s filmkunst, by Henrik Holch

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Acción Paralela (in Spanish)
Modos alternativos de producción en Deux où trois choses que je sais d’elle, by Carles Guerra

Acidemic
2 or 3 Ways Godard Taught Us How to Speak and Live, by John Bredin
The Love of Antagonism in Le Mepris, by Todd McGowan
One Plus One: En Gros Plan, by Suzanne Verderber
Postcards from Hell – Sympathy for the Devil, Godard, and the Dangers of Signification, by Erich Kuersten
The Accidental Brecht (or how to take the fun out of Godard), by Erich Kuersten

Acta Fabula
Godard 66: Le cinéaste contestataire, by Antoine de Baecque
À la recherche des enfants des années 60, by Pierre-Jean Bonzom

Acta Univ. Sapientiae
Birth (of the Image) of a Nation: Jean-Luc Godard in Mozambique, by Daniel Fairfax
Jean-Luc Godard’s Passages from the Photo-Graphic to the Post-Cinematic. Images in between Intermediality and Convergence, by Ágnes Pethő

ARTMargins
The Truth Is Two Faced: Godard at the Margins of Bad Faith, by Peter McCarthy

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The Bangalore Review
Housewife as Whore: 2 or 3 Things I Know About Jean-Luc Godard and Luis Bunuel, by Michael Paul Hogan

Berkeley Undergraduate Journal
Bridging Fiction and Documentary in Godard’s Notre Musique, by Laure Astourian

Bibliothèque du film (La Cinémathèque française)
Les Archives de script de Suzanne Schiffman: Godard au travail dans Pierrot le fou, by Núria Aidelman

Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly
The Mandatory Proxy, by Peter Mathews

Bright Lights
The Misery and Splendors of Cinema: Godard’s Moments Choisis des Histoire(s) du Cinéma, by Robert Keser
Contempt, by Gary Morris

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Cadrage
Pierre Bourdieu et Jean-Luc Godard: le je(u)des noms et le sens d’un échange, by Matthieu LeBihan and Stéphane Heas

Cahiers du Cinéma
Godard and Varda in Space, by Jean-Michel Frodon
Sauve Qui Peut (La Vie): Une Journée de Tournage, by Alain Bergala and Leos Carax
Montage, mon beau souci, by Jean-Luc Godard
By Serge Daney:
The T(h)errorized (Godardian Pedagogy)
On “Salador”
On Ici et ailleurs
The Godard Paradox
A Trip to JLG’s
The New Wave – A Genealogical Approach

Camera Obscura
I am an Image, by Raymond Bellour
Violence and Enunciation, by Janet Bergstrom
La Passion, c’est pas ca, by Elizabeth Lyon
Pornography Eroticism, by Constance Penley

Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge
Passion, Energy and Matter: Godard’s Gesture, by Libby Saxton

Chiasmi International
The Eye and Mind of Jean-Luc Godard, by Stefan Kristensen

Chicago Reader
Godard in the Age of Video, by Jonathan Rosenbaum
The Importance of Being Perverse, by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Dark Heart, by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Godard Talking to Himself, by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Critical Distance, by Jonathan Rosenbaum

CineAction
Analogical Thinking: Organizational Strategies within the Work of Jean-Luc Godard, by Peter Harcourt
The Language of Emotion in Godard’s Films, by Anuja Madan

Cine Documental
Mayo de 1968 y el Grupo Dziga Vertov, by Frederico Tavares de Mello Abdalla

The Cine-Files
The Sound of Marx and Coca-Cola: The Aural Aesthetics of Jean-Luc Godard’s Masculin Féminin, by Elliot Thompson
Cahiers du Cinéma and Evaluative Criticism, by Chad R. Newsom
The Wave Surfs Me, by Scotty Barnhart
The Politics of Pre-Political Godard: Alphaville, Made in USA, by Ryan Babula
“The Most Beautiful Fraud in the World”: A Production Designer Reflects on the War between the French New Wave and Scenic Design, by Yolande Thame

Cinema Comparat/ive Cinema
Ten Founding Filmmakers of Serial Television, by Jordi Balló and Xavier Pérez
Birth (of the Image) of a Nation, by Jean-Luc Godard
Three Questions About Six Fois Deux, by Gilles Deleuze
Television series by Sonimage: Audiovisual practices as theoretical inquiry, by Carolina Sourdis
Popcorn and Godard: The Film Criticism of Manny Farber, by Andrew Dickos
The Cinémathèques and the History of Cinema, by Jean-Luc Godard
Godard’s Science, by Jean Douchet
Paradoxes of the Nouvelle Vague, by Marcos Uzal

Cinemascope
It Happened Elsewhere: Godard’s Last Revolt, by Christoph Hesse
Godard and His Women: Anna Karina in Vivre sa vie and Brigitte Bardot in Le Mépris, by Terry S. Kim

Cinema Scope
The Godard Renaissance: Impossible Work, by Glen Norton
Contempt: DVD Review, by Glen Norton
Spotlight | Film Socialisme, by Andréa Picard
Talking Pictures: Jean-Luc Godard’s Introduction to a True History of Cinema and Television, by Phil Coldiron
Kinbrody and the Ceejays, by Bill Krohn
Histoire(s) de profondeur: 3x3D, by Blake Williams
Adieu au langage, by Blake Williams

Continuum
Scandal to the Jews, Folly to the Pagans: A Treatment for Hail Mary, by Stuart Cunningham and Ross Harley
Reconsidering the Film-Politics Relation, by Noel King

Contracampo (in Portuguese)
One Plus One/Sympathy for the Devil, by Luís Alberto Rocha Melo
Vivre sa vie, by Luiz Carlos Oliveira Jr.
A propósito de Gorin e do Grupo Dziga Vertov, by Ruy Gardnier
Une film comme les autres, by Paulo Ricardo de Almeida
Tout va bien, by Luiz Carlos Oliveira Jr.
Ici et ailleurs, by Ruy Gardnier
A tripla face de Jean-Luc Godard, by Ruy Gardnier
Elementos para uma visão, by Carim Azeddine
Deux fois cinquante ans de cinéma français, by Arthur Autran
Resistência francesa, by Luciana Araújo
JLG por JLG psicografado por RG, by Ruy Gardnier

Critical Quarterly
Just an Image: Godard, Cinema and Philosophy, by Marcia Landy
The Place of Nature in Godard’s Late Films, by Daniel Morgan
The Housemaids of JLG, by Karla Oeler
The Crevice and the Stitch, by Pavle Levi
Difficult Work in a Popular Medium: Godard on ‘Hitchcock’s Method’, by Rick Warner
Deux ou Trois Choses…, by Sam Rohdie

CTheory
Architecture Against Architecture, by Roemer van Toorn

Culture Unbound
Radical Hope or the Moral Imperative of Images in the Work of Susan Sontag and Jean-Luc Godard, by Idit Alphandary

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Desistfilm
Je Vous Salue, Sarajevo, by José Sarmiento Hinojosa

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L’Écran traduit
Le sous-titre révélateur: inaudibilité et traduction audiovisuelle, by Samuel Bréan

Educação & Sociedade (in Portuguese)
Lessons on Screenplay Writing, by JLG, by Anita Leandro

E-Flux
Between Objective Engagement and Engaged Cinema: Jean-Luc Godard’s “Militant Filmmaking” (1967-1974): Part I and Part II, by Irmgard Emmelhainz

Elephant & Castle
Frammenti di vi(s)ta: Vivre sa vie (1962) di Jean-Luc Godard, by Katia Paronitti
Une histoire d’eau. L’atlante delle emozioni di Jean-Luc Godard, by Francesca Pagani

European Studies
La Géo-politique de l’image dans les Histoire(s) du cinéma de Jean-Luc Godard, by Junji Hori

Experimental Conversations
The Butterfly Effect: High Mimetics in Godard’s Histoire(s) du cinema, by Tony McKibbin
Under the Paving Stones, Redondo Beach: Post ’68 French Cinema in the 80s and 90s, by Fergus Daly

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Film Comment
Wiping the Slate Clean, by Amy Taubin
Godard in the Nineties: An Interview, Argument, and Scrapbook (Part 1) and (Part 2), by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Film Culture
Black Panthers in the New Wave, by Martha Merrill

The Film Journal
The Space Between: Reconciliation and Reflection of Subject and Object in Industrial Society and Cinematic Aesthetics (Deux ou Trois Choses que Je Sais d’Elle), by Hunter Vaughan
On Jean-Luc Godard, by Christopher Mulrooney

Film-Philosophy
A Modest Employee of the Cinema vs The Big Garage, by Martha P. Nochimson
Godard: Thinking Media, by Marcia Landy
More Histoire(s) du Cinema?, by Paul Sutton
Speaking and Writing about Godard: A Response to Nochimson and Sutton, by David Sterritt
Godardiana: A Reply to Marcia Landy, by David Sterritt
Godard Alone?, by Katerina Loukopoulou

Film Quarterly
Le Nouveau Godard: An Exploration of Sauve Qui Peut (La Vie), by Peter Harcourt

Film Studies
“To Realise the Ideal”: Miscellaneous Remarks on Godard’s Conceptual Processes Apropos of Sauve qui peut (la vie), by Richard Morris
“No Trickery with Montage”: On Reading a Sequence in Godard’s Pierrot le fou, by Daniel Morgan

Film Society Review
Godard: Cities and Carwrecks, by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Forum
Jean-Luc Godard and Roy Lichtenstein: Originality, Reflexivity, and the Re-Presented Image, by Daniel Yacavone

Four By Three Magazine
Blood in the Water: Jean-Luc Godard’s Adieu au langage, by Douglas Morrey

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Graphos
The Direct Image of Time and Interstices: Jean-Luc Godard’s King Lear and the Celebration of European Culture, by Antonio João Teixeira

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I
Images
Contempt and Band of Outsiders, by David Ng
Close-Ups: The French New Wave and the Face, by Iain Morrisson

Independencia
Explication through the trailer (on Film socialisme), by Arthur Mas and Martial Pisani (trans by Craig Keller)
Blindness and Sight, by Guillaume Bourgois (on Les trois désastres)

Indiewire
Critical Consensus: Kent Jones and Jonathan Rosenbaum Discuss Robert Bresson and Jean-Luc Godard

International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
Gender Politics and the Critical Gaze: Jean-Luc Godard’s Masculin-Feminin, by Judith R. Halasz

[in]Transition
Alphaville – A Crystal Maze, by Henrike Lindenberger

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Joan’s Digest
Re: Film Socialisme by Gina Telaroli

Journal of European Studies
Good Work, Little Soldier: Text and Pretext, by Roland-François Lack

Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy
Philosophy as a Kind of Cinema: Introducing Godard and Philosophy, by John E. Drabinski
Schizoanalyzing Souls: Godard, Deleuze, and the Mystical Line of Flight, by David Sterritt
Happiness is Not Fun: Godard, the 20th Century, and Badiou, by Michael Walsh
The Audible Life of the Image, by David Wills
Shot and Counter-shot: Presence, Obscurity, and the Breakdown of Discourse in Godard’s Notre Musique, by Burlin Barr
Pedagogy of the Written Image, by Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield
Modernism as a Misnomer: Godard’s Archeology of the Image, by Gabriel Rockhill

Journal of the Moving Image
Special Presentation: Teaching Godard, by Colin MacCabe
Together Against the Mafia: Godard, Scorsese, Bit Torrent, by Sebastian Lutgert

Jump Cut
Loin du Vietnam (1967), Joris Ivens and Left Bank documentary, by Thomas Waugh
Numéro Deux: Godard’s Synthesis: Politics and the Personal, by Reynold Humphries
Le Gai Savoir: Godard and Eisenstein — Notions of Intellectual Cinema, by Ruth Perlmutter
Le Gai Savoir: Picture and Act — Godard’s Plexus, by James Monaco
Godard and Miéville’s Recent Experiments Debated, by Guy Braucourt and Guy Hennebelle
Godard and Gorin’s Left Politics, 1967-1972, by Julia Lesage
Godard-Gorin’s Wind from the East: Looking at a Film Politically, by Julia Lesage
Colonial fictions: Le Petit Soldat and its Revisionist Sequel, Beau Travail, by Justin Vicari
6 x 2: A Good Use of Television, by Jean Collet
Epic Theater and the Principles of Counter-Cinema, by Alan Lovell
Sauve qui peut/la vie: An Open Letter to Godard, by James Roy MacBean

K
Kinema
The Fraternity of Metaphors: Jean-Luc Godard’s Film Socialisme, by Des O’Rawe
Soft and Hard: Intimations Insinuations Implications, by Rod Stoneman

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La Furia Umana
Pictures at Ruscha – Godard Exhibition. Noise and “Western”, “Silenzio” and Odysseus, 1963, by L. de La Hire

La Règle du jeu
Godard et l’antisémitisme: pièces additionnelles et inédites, by Bernard-Henri Lévy

L’Atalante
Logic, Poetics and Ontology of Alphaville, by Miguel Alfonso Bouhaben

Literature Film Quarterly
A bout de souffle: The Film of the Book, by Roland-François Lack

LOLA
Dinosaurs, Babies and the Sound of Music, by Adrian Martin
Two or Three Things I Know about the Filmic Object, by Hoi Lun Law

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Manchete
Godard’s Latest Scandal, by Glauber Rocha

M/C Journal
Jean-Luc Godard: The Cinema in Doubt, by Ryszard Dabek

Metropolis (in Hungarian)
Jean-Luc Godard – Then and Now, an introduction to Issue 4 (Winter 1999), by Nánay Bence

Millennium Film Journal
Jean-Luc Godard’s Sauve Qui Peut (La Vie), by Robert Stam

The Motley View
Dislocation and (Mis)communication in Jean-Luc Godard’s Detective, by A.R. Duckworth

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The Nation
Brother From Another Planet, by J. Hoberman

Necsus
In Search of Godard’s Sauve la vie (qui peut), by Michael Witt

New Left Review
Shapeshifter: Godard as Multimedia Installation Artist, by Michael Witt

The New Yorker
The Urgent Whisper, by Penelope Gilliatt
An Exile in Paradise, by Richard Brody

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Offscreen
Le Mépris: Analysis of mise-en-scène, by Roberto Donati
The Eye of the Beholder: Marital Discord and Film Making in Jean-Luc Godard’s Le Mepris, by Jason Mark Scott
Forever Godard, by Donato Totaro
Band à part, by Donato Totaro
May 1968 and After: Cinema in France and Beyond, by Donato Totaro

Open Letters Monthly
A Question, an Answer, and a Death (on King Lear), by Lianne Habinek

OtherZine
YOU SAY GOODBYE, I SAY HELLO: Godard, Language, Image, Sex & the 4D Man, by Marc Olmsted

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Parallax
Systems, Architecture & The Digital Body: From Alphaville to The Matrix, by Debra Benita Shaw

PopMatters
Jean-Luc Godard: A Montage of Attractions, by Chris Robé
Godard’s Invisible Cinema: The Neglected Genius of Late-Period Godard, by Calum Marsh

Postmodern Culture
In the Still of the Museum: Jean-Luc Godard’s Sixty-Year Voyage, by Jehanne-Marie Gavarini

P.O.V.
For Ever Godard: Two or Three Things I Know about European and American Cinema, by Peder Grøngaard
Five Explanations for the Jump Cuts in Godard’s Breathless, by Richard Raskin
The Idea of “War Against Terror” and the Exhibition of Tortured Bodies, by Bodil Marie Thomsen

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R
RealTime
Godard: Adult Concepts?, by Fergus Daly and Adrian Martin

Reverse Shot
One Plus One, by Eric Hynes
Alas! Poor Europe, by Leo Goldsmith
Godard’s 60s (in three parts), by Various

Revue Critique de Fixxion Française Contemporaine
Anatomie d’un modèle: Duras/Godard-Cinéma/Littérature, by Jean Cléder
Introduction à une véritable histoire du cinéma de Godard: se défaire de la littérature, by Sylvain Dreyer
Film Socialisme ou l’hybridité de l’écriture: Vers une nouvelle “caméra-stylo”?, by Thomas Carrier-Lafleur

Rouge
According to JLG…, by Dominique Païni
Documentation: Voyage(s) en utopie, by Michael Witt
Armide, by Peter Harcourt
Le rouge (1968), a painting by Gérard Fromanger

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Screen
Slow Motion, by Colin MacCabe
Le vrai coupable: Two Kinds of Criticism in Godard’s Work, by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Screening the Past
Late Godard Dossier, edited by Sarinah Masukor and Alex Munt
A Musical Neorealism: Jean-Luc Godard’s Une femme est une femme, by Felicity Chaplin
JLG/Jean Améry, by Alan Wright
A Skeleton Key to Histoire(s) du cinéma, by Adrian Martin
Citations, by Sam Rohdie
Film and landscape, by Sam Rohdie
Three Essays (Letter to Jane), by Sam Rohdie
Jean-Luc Godard’s Histoire(s) du cinéma OR “Memory of the world” (a lecture), by Laleen Jayamanne
Intersections (on Histoire(s) du cinéma), by Sam Rohdie
The Ultimate Journey: Remarks on Contemporary Theory, by Nicole Brenez

Screen Machine
Seeing Nothing: Lanzmann, Godard and Sontag’s Fantasies of Voluntarism, by Dorian Stuber

Senses of Cinema
Nostalgia for the Present: The Godard Renaissance Continued, by Glen Norton
Between Seeing and Reading – A Report on the Reading Godard Conference, by Glen Norton
Jean Luc Godard in Great Directors: A Critical Database, by Craig Keller
Godard’s Defying Adieu, by Yvette Biro
Godard after Farocki: Questions left open and questions unasked in Volker Pantenburg’s Film as Theory, by Toni Hildebrandt
“…what I was seeking in my history of cinema was to be less alone”: Introduction to a True History of Cinema and Television by Jean-Luc Godard (trans. and ed. Timothy Barnard), by Michael Cramer
“1963-1968. Paris: The Godard Years”, by Antoine Bourseiller
“Mange ta soupe”: Introduction to the Bourseillers on Jean-Luc Godard, by Sally Shafto
Excerpts from L’Aventure moderne, by Christophe Bourseiller
Vivre sa vie: An Introduction and A to Z, by Roland-François Lack
The American Friend: Tom Luddy on Jean-Luc Godard, by Brad Stevens
Jean-Luc Godard Exhibition: Travel(s) in Utopia, Jean-Luc Godard 1946-2006, In Search of a Lost Theorem, by Alex Munt
On Painting and History in Godard’s Histoire(s) du cinéma, by Sally Shafto
Leap into the Void: Godard and the Painter, by Sally Shafto
End Game: Some thoughts provoked by recent exhibitions, and Godard’s Éloge de l’amour, by Jon Jost
Before and After: Origins and Death in the Work of Jean-Luc Godard, by André Habib
Only the Cinema, by John Conomos
A Beautiful Exception: Godard’s For Ever Mozart, by Fergus Daly
The Man With The Magnétoscope – Jean-Luc Godard’s monumental Histoire(s) du cinéma as SoundImageTextBook, by Alexander Horwath
Because of Tenderness: Thoughts on the Performance of Jean-Pierre Léaud, by Rhys Graham
Thanatos ex Machina: Godard Caresses the Dead, by David Sterritt
The Godard Streak Or Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder, by Geoff Gardner
Godard’s Comic Strip Mise-en-Scène, by Drew Morton
Vivre sa vie, by Adrian Danks
Détective, by Anna Dzenis
Germany Year 90 Nine Zero, by Marc Lauria
Letter to Jane, by Jonathan Dawson
A bout de souffle, by Jonathan Dawson
Le petit soldat, by Tim Palmer
Le gai savoir, by Steve Jankowiak
“The film we had imagined”, or: Anna and Jean-Luc Go To the Movies, by Adrian Danks
godard english cannes: The Reception of Film Socialisme‘s “Navajo English” Subtitles, by Samuel Bréan
“The Image Will Come at the Time of the Resurrection”: Jean-Luc Godard: Cinema Historian by Michael Witt, by Daniel Fairfax

Sequence
EXTREME STATES: Remixing Cinema, Visual Art and Music in Godard’s Puissance de la parole, by Albertine Fox

Sight and Sound
Paris Match: Godard and Cahiers, by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith
Loving the Enemy: Why the New Godard Will Surprise the UK, by Keith Reader
Theory and Practice: The Criticism of Jean-Luc Godard, by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Numéro Deux, by Jonathan Rosenbaum

Situationist International
New Forms of Action Against Politics and Art, by René Viénet
For a Revolutionary Judgment of Art, by Guy Debord
The Role of Godard
Cinema and Revolution
Godard in Berkeley

Studies in French Cinema
The Point in Time: Precise Chronology in Early Godard, by Roland-François Lack

Studio International
The Two Avant-Gardes, by Peter Wollen

Synoptique
(Post) Modern Godard: Vivre sa vie, by Shun-liang Chao

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Trafic
Trailer for Godard’s Histoire(s) du cinéma, by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Arithmétiques du peuple (Rohmer, Godard, Straub), by Jacques Rancière

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V
Vertigo
Alphaville Exists, by Chris Darke
The Sound of Godard, by Michael Chanan
Jean-Luc Godard at the Pompidou, by Corin Depper
The History of Cinema and History in Cinema, by Chris Petit
An Old Place, by Cyril Neyrat
Jean-Luc Godard: Vivre sa Vie, by Frieda Grafe
The Interventions of Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker into Contemporary Visual Art, by David Brancaleone
“Elpenor, Unburied”: Ezra Pound, Jean-Luc Godard And the Descent of Dwelling, by Corin Depper
King Lear, by James Norton
“I am playing leapfrog with myself”, by Jürgen E. Müller
Scénario du Film Passion: Writing Video at the End of Cinema, by Duncan White
Entering the Desert: The Book of Film Socialisme, by James S. Williams
Godard in the Gallery: Story of a Ruination, by Adrian Martin
“Tensional Differences”: The Anxiety of Re-Mediation in Jean-Luc Godard’s New Wave Films, by Ágnes Pethő
For a Reconsideration of Soft and Hard, by Jerry White
It’s Not Blood, It’s Red: Colour(s) of Jean-Luc Godard, by Robert Barry
A Photograph and a Camera: Two Objects in Film Socialisme, by Roland-François Lack

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Wide Angle
Jump Cuts and Blind Spots, by David Bordwell

World Picture
On the Authenticity of Jargon: From Barthes and Adorno to Godard, by Scott Durham

X
X-TRA
All Access Politics: Reality and Spectatorship in Two Film Installations by Jean-Luc Godard and Hito Steyerl, by Nicolas Linnert

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Z

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