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With its thematic section, KINO! 49/50pays tribute to Ema Kugler, whom Sabina Đogić conversed with in an extensive, honest and scintillating interview. The set of interviews consists of conversations with Slovenian and foreign theoreticians and practitioners (James Benning has, for example, returned to the pages of KINO!). The Breakthroughs section brings reflections on the more prominent ...

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KINO! 48 examines the connections between films and music videos arising from the sensibility for filming music and musicalising film, collective critical engagement, video-like film sequences or filmic videos… Diverse reflections are accompanied by interviews with successful Slovenian music video directors (the Insan collective, Matevž Jerman and Niko Novak). The 130th anniversary of the birth...

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Upon the centenary of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s birth, this double issue of KINO! devotes a special thematic section to his provocative and elusive film expression. 130 years after the birth of Herman Potočnik Noordung, the writers in the Film and Technology section gaze at the dark space screen. The Breakthroughs section includes discussions on Sara Kern's film debut, Julie Ducournau's Titane (202...

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With a special thematic section, KINO! 45 looks at the visible and invisible (internal and external) landscapes that the Iranian master of poetic filmic ideography Abbas Kiarostami put on celluloid film. Within the fresh local and regional production (in the broader region of the so-called Yugosphere), it recognises the breakthrough nature of the new (anti-)newsreel by Nika Autor, a recipient o...

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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 o...