MFJ 57 “Violence in Artists’ Cinema” (Spring 2013)
Our Spring issue is on the theme of violence in artist’s cinema.
We planned it before Hurricane Sandy , before the Newtown Massacre, and before our friend Sunando Sen was pushed to his death in front of the G Train in Queens by a crazy lady. Sunando helped with the design of MFJ Nos. 52 and 53, just a couple of years ago. I wonder if we would have planned our issue on violence if we’d known this terrible series of events was coming . . .
MFJ 57 is now available.
MFJ 58 “Since 78” (Fall 2013)
We are celebrating our anniversary with a massive compendium issue to be published in October. Its title is “Since 78.”
We have invited about 50 critics and theorists who have written about artists’ cinema to send us a new text about an artist, a period, a moment, a theory, whatever, as long as its subject remains in the period of the MFJ’s publication: since 78. Many have promised to contribute, from all over the world. It will be an important source for years to come.
MFJ 58 “Since 78” will be a big book. We’ll have to charge more to cover the cost of printing it.
But if you subscribe soon, starting with MFJ 57, MFJ 58 will be included in your subscription at the regular price.
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