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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- Annotations on Film (Terms 3 and 4, 1964)
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