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4 TABLOID TV: What's Rupert Murdoch got in store for the small screen?
10 THE SACRIFICE: Tarkovsky's final vision
14 CRIME ON HIS SIDE: But thriller writer Elmore Leonard has trouble going from page to screen
16 LANDSLIDES: Documentary puts the body (of work) in question
20 PEE WHEEEE!!!!!!: The man who's Daffy Duck's equal
22 FESTIVAL OCCASIONS: The Holocaust, model trains, shampooists and Orson Welles come to town
25 CENSORSHIP: The January and February decisions
26 GIRLS ON FILM: What do women's film units do for film- making? For women?
28 WRITE WAYS: Screenwriters talk, Troy Kennedy Martin dreams
SPECIAL CANNES SECTION
30 HIGH TIDE: Gillian Armstrong goes to Eden
34 MONEY TALKS: Tony Ginnane extends his influences
38 WAYWARD HAYWOOD: Chris Haywood 'gets to the point
40 AUSTRALIA AT CANNES: Who's who, which films are Cannes openers
52 REVIEWS: The Berlin Affair; Footrot Flats; In Between; Kangaroo; Little Shop Of Horrors; Men; Peggy Sue Got Married; Platoon; Some Kind Of Wonderful; Something Wild; Travelling North; True Stories; The Umbrella Woman
66 BOOKS: Michael Powell remembers . . . and remembers . . . and remembers
68 NEW ZEALAND: Cameras roll again
70 TECHNICALITIES: Holography and the light fantastic
74 PRODUCTION REPORT: Bill Bennett goes to paradise
76 PRODUCTION SURVEY: Who's making what in Australia
MTV Publishing Ltd, Richmond, 96p
Reproduced by permission of one of the founding editors, Phillippe Mora. This material is made available for the purposes of research and study. Commercial use is prohibited. Issues digitised from original copies in the collection of Ray Edmondson.
Hawker, Philippa, (1987), Cinema Papers #63 May 1987, MTV Publishing Ltd, Richmond, 96p.