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Like a literary manuscript in a publisher’s office, screenplays face rounds of revision and annotation in the motion picture studio.
by guest contributor William Stewart Consider the oeuvre of the German filmmaker, writer, theorist, and general aesthete Alexander Kluge (b.
by guest contributors Marcelline Block and Barry Nevin World War I represented a loss of youth, innocence and ideals unparalleled