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Film
Vol. 51 Spring 1968

Film was the magazine of the Federation of Film Societies, published in London.
Vol. 51 Spring 1968 features articles on Alain Robbe-Grillet, Eric Rohmer, Kirsten Stenbaek, Jonas Cornell, Vera Chytilova, Dusan Makavejev, Jean Renoir, B. P. Schulberg, and much more.
Cover image: Vera Chytilova’s “Daisies”

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Annotations on Film
Term 1, 1964


Annotations on Film was a journal published by the Melbourne University Film Society to accompany their film programme, aimed at presenting films in Melbourne in the medium they were created and providing a critical reading of them for an independent, membership-based film society. Starting in 1948, the Melbourne University Film Society (MUFS) changed its name to Cinémathèque in 1984 and continues to this day in Melbourne. A written accompaniment to their programme can be seen in the form of the current-day online journal Senses of Cinema.
This scarce early journal from the Melbourne University Film Society features writings on Ingmar Bergman, Louis Malle, Marcel Camus’ Black Orpheus, Jules Dassin’s Rififi, Jack Clayton’s The Innocents, Frank Tashlin, Alain Resnais’ Hiroshima, Mon Amour, Sergei Einstein’s Battleship Potemkin, Orson Welles’ Citizan Kane, and more, and was published in Melbourne in 1964.

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Annotations on Film
Terms 3 and 4, 1964


Annotations on Film was a journal published by the Melbourne University Film Society to accompany their film programme, aimed at presenting films in Melbourne in the medium they were created and providing a critical reading of them for an independent, membership-based film society. Starting in 1948, the Melbourne University Film Society (MUFS) changed its name to Cinémathèque in 1984 and continues to this day in Melbourne. A written accompaniment to their programme can be seen in the form of the current-day online journal Senses of Cinema.
This scarce early journal from the Melbourne University Film Society features writings on Robert Rossellini’s Vanina Vanini, Kon Ichikawa’s Kagi, Georges Fraju’s Spotlight on Murder, Blake Edwards’ Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Nicholas Ray’s The Savage Innocents, Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes, E. A. Dupont’s Variety, Robert Flaherty’s Moana, Jean Vigo, François Truffaut, Luis Brunuel’s The Exterminating Angel, and more, and was published in Melbourne in 1964.

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Adam Saroyam
Complete Minimal Poems

Complete Minimal Poems collects Aram Saroyan’s groundbreaking Concrete and minimalist poems of the 1960s in a single volume. First published in 2008, Complete Minimal Poems includes the entire contents of Aram Saroyan (Random House, 1968), Pages (Random House, 1969), The Rest (Telegraph, 1971), as well as Saroyan’s contribution, “Electric Poems,” to the anthology All Stars (Goliard-Grossman, 1972), and a sequence, “Short Poems,” which hasn’t appeared previously. With ties to the work of such writers and artists as e.e. cummings, Andy Warhol, Gertrude Stein, Donald Judd, Ian Hamilton Finlay, and Steve Reich, this collection confirms Aram Saroyan’s place among the most daring and engaging figures in modern poetry. Aram Saroyan is a writer well known for his early minimalist, conceptual, and Concrete poetry of the 1960s. Over the course of the last five decades, Saroyan has written over 30 books in a variety of forms.

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