Cinema Papers


Philippa Hawker

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4 TRIBUTE: Screwball in the back pocket: Cary Grant

6 NEWS: Film industry directions; what’s the picture? Girls just want to have funds; but will they?

8 OVERSEAS REPORT: Dog has his day

9 MAKE ’EM LAUGH: The Hawaii humour conference ite**':«

10 WHO DINO? Report from Los Angeles on the De Laurentiis set-up

12 CULTURE SHOCKS: Why don’t we see French films? What’s Japan got to offer?

16 BLUE VELVET: Already called the best film of 1987; we talk to director David Lynch SPECIAL FEATURE: SCREEN VIOLENCE m$:

18 Horror defended

22 Porn considered

26 Censorship examined

29 CENSORSHIP LISTINGS: The November- December decisions

30 BOOKS: The scope of horror The art of photography

32 THE GREAT NED KELLY MYSTERY: Just who was that masked man?

35 HIDDEN TREASURES: What our archives can and might reveal

37 THE POST-MODERNIST ALWAYS RINGS TWICE: Two views on screen studies

40 HERE COME THE INDIANS: South America, the final frontier

43 ABORIGINAL WRITERS: A conference report

44 REVIEWS: The Assam Garden; Australian Dream; Betty Blue; Blue Velvet; The Color Of Money; Crimes Of The Heart; Deadly Friend; Death Of A Soldier; Dogs In Space; The Fly; Heartbreak Ridge; Heartburn; The Name Of The Rose; ’Round Midnight; Sid And Nancy; Soul Man; Yellow Earth

60 TECHNICALITIES: Talking blue screen blues

64 PRODUCTION BAROMETER: The complete rundown V.

66 PRODUCTION SURVEY: Who’s doing what in Australia


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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.

Cinema Papers #62 March 1987