Volume 6, Issue 4 / April 2002
In this issue
Udine Far East Film Festival
Modernism Meets Classicism
And then there was Darkness
Roshell Bissett: Winter Lily
An interview with Montreal-based filmmaker/teacher Roshell Bissett
1) Udine Far East Film Festival by Roberto Curti
A report on the fourth edition (2002) of one of the fastest growing Asian film festivals around.
2) Frailty by Donato Totaro
Just when you thought it was safe to go to the movies, actor turned director Bill Paxton turns in an unsettling religious horror film.
3) The Limey by Donato Totaro
Steven Soderbergh balances arthouse modernism with convetnions of the classical genre to produce nouveau gangster chic.
4) Sátántangó by Donato Totaro
A review which tries to capture the unique experience which is Béla Tarr’s Sátántangó
5) Roshell Bissett: Winter Lily by Donato Totaro
An interview with Montreal-based filmmaker Roshell Bissett on her first feature, the horror film Winter Lily.