KINO! NO. 31-32

IN MEMORIAM

Kiarostami's world

Andrea Tonacci: Film of Disorder and Infinity, Sylvain George

Memories of a Hero, David Gothard

Lazar Stojanović, Pawel Pawlikowski

BREAKTHROUGHS

Who Is the Traitor, Who Is the Trickster and Who Is Diaz’s Woman Who Left?, Andrej Tomažin

I, Daniel Blake: A Critique of Small Government and the Conservative Concept of “Big Society”, Boris Vasev

Pursuit, Invention and Sale of American Future, Jernej Trebežnik

Who Dreams Whom in Nocturnal Animals?, Robert Kuret

Standing Tall on the Margins of Queer Cinema, Tina Poglajen

Miss Kiet’s Children, Tina Poglajen

Voices of the Italian Imperial Past, Jernej Trebežnik

FILM AND MUSIC

Song to Song: Ghost Rhythms and Memory-Making in Terence Davies' Distant Voices, Still Lives, Michael Pattison

Local Music: Sound and Localism in Laida Lertxundi’s Cinema, Nace Zavrl

Lonesome Heroes, 1900–2016, Neil Young

HISTORICITY OF FILM

Some Thoughts on “Train Effects”, Bratko Bibič

SCHOOL CLASS: GENRE FILM

Dwarf or Riches? Theory of Genre Film, Maša Peče

Cult Cinema: An Introduction, Ernest Mathijs in Jamie Sexton

Your Story’s Real, and People Feel That”: Contextualising Torture, Steve Jones

REFLECTIONS

On Maps or What Can Satellites Teach Us about Desire, Nejc Pohar

All Your Corpses Now Begin to Speak, Petra Meterc

Birth of Love, Passion and Enjoyment from the Spirit of Jealousy, Robert Kuret

THE CINEMA HYPOTHESIS

A Discourse with Alain Bergala, Maja Krajnc in Andrej Šprah

A Seminar about the Purpose of Film Education for Teachers, Alain Bergala

BOOKS

Introduction through the Senses to a New Theory of Film; Film Theory: Introduction through the Senses, Thomas Elsaesser and Malte Hagener, Darko Štrajn

Politics and Aesthetics of the Beginnings of Modern Nigerian Cinema: Uncle OB; The Magic of Nigeria. On the Cinema of Ola Balogun, Filmkollektiv Frankfurt, Anja Banko

PILLOW SHOTS

Notes: Violent Imagery, Migrant Imagery (about the universality of relevance), Sylvain George

Poetry, Alejandra Pizarnik

Wild Blue Yonder: Futures In Film Criticism, Neil Young