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February 2002, Week 3


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Andrew James Horton <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 19 Feb 2002 23:14:42 -0800
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Dear cinephiles,

I thought you might like to know that Kinoeye, the fortnightly internet
journal of film in the new Europe (, now offers a
free e-mail update service, delivering the contents and brief abstracts of
articles to your intray as new issues go online. All articles are available
online for free.

To subscribe, simply send a blank e-mail to
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In case you don't know the journal, recent articles in Kinoeye include:

Articles on:
Aleksandr Sokurov, Bela Tarr, Roman Polanski, Jan Lenica and Jan Sverak

Interviews with:
Jan Svankmajer (plus extracts from Svankmajer's diary), Danis Tanovic, Artur
Aristakisian, Ibolya Fekete, Zelimir Zilnik, Miroslav Ondricek, Juraj Herz
and Jerzy Kawalerowicz

Festival reports from:
Karlovy Vary, Bitola, Split, Thessaloniki, Bratislava and the 1st European
Psychoanalytic Film Festival

And book and video reviews and a regular horror column

As well as welcoming people signing up for e-mail update list, Kinoeye would
also like to hear from potential contributors. Reviews, articles,
interviews, overviews, reprints, translations and other thought-pieces are

If you have any queries, please contact me at [log in to unmask]

I hope you enjoy our coverage.

Best regards

Andrew James Horton
Editor-in-Chief, Kinoeye,

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