KINO! 43/44 brings a mix of new studies on filmmakers that the readers might be familiar with from previous issues (e.g. Jelena Maksimović and Ivan Ramljak), film classics (e.g. Agnès Varda and Frederick Wiseman) and new discoveries (e.g. Elsa Kremser, Levin Peter and Mariusz Wilczyński). The thematic section on cinema and animal ethics focuses on interesting contemporary film representations of animals, whose ethical implications are discussed by Tomaž Grušovnik, Anja Radaljac, Oskar Ban Brejc, Muanis Sinanović and Aljaž Krivec. The largest part of this issue consists of a group of theoretical studies on the relation between films and video games; the traces that games leave on films – and films on games – are discussed by Melita Zajc, Robert Kuret, Muanis Sinanović, Matej Trontelj and Domen Mohorič. In addition to the film-related texts, this issue of KINO! also includes contributions on public conflicts between certain institutions in Ljubljana; the texts about ROG and the City of Ljubljana and Radio Študent and the Student Organisation of the University of Ljubljana (ŠOU) were written by Jernej Kaluža, Izidor Barši and Rastko Pečar, Peter Karba and Vid Bešter. Perhaps even more explicitly than the previous ones, this issue of KINO! is an attempt at finding the only way / to be attached / to history / to human time – as read Muanis Sinanović’s verses that open KINO! 43/44 as an epigraph.