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"Larsson, Donald F" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 21 Oct 2012 15:54:16 +0000
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Message from Michael Temple, Birkbeck, University of London, on behalf of the AFRHC (association française de recherche sur l’histoire du cinéma):

1895 REVUE DʼHISTOIRE DU CINEMA n°67, Summer 2012
The latest issue of « 1895, revue d’histoire du cinéma » is now available.

Number 67 of the journal includes articles by Georges Didi-Huberman (« Eisenstein contre Barthes »), François Albéra (on Bergmann’s Persona), Delphine Wehrli (on the relationship between Bazin & Aristarco), Jean-Pierre Berthomé and Guillaume Vernet (on Les Enfants du paradis), and a major archive dossier entitled « Ouvrons Bazin ! » co-ordinated by François Albéra Laurent Le Forestier.

For a detailed presentation of this issue, see:

Published three times per year, 1895 REVUE DʼHISTOIRE DU CINEMA is the journal of the AFRHC, the French association for research in film history (association française de recherche sur l’histoire du cinéma). Yearly subscription rates are only 30 euros for students, 40 euros for standard members, and 60 euros for institutions. Single issues are available at 20 euros each. The annual subscription includes membership of the AFRHC, with voting rights at the annual General Assembly. You can join the AFRHC at

Please note that the new AFRHC website can be found at, with an email contact address [log in to unmask]; while the postal address remains: AFRHC, 15 rue Lakanal, 75015 Paris.

If you would like to be kept informed about the AFRHC’s activities and about film history publications and events in France and elsewhere, please subscribe to our free newsletter “cine-histoire” by writing to: [log in to unmask] or at:

Best wishes, Michael Temple

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