y Senses of Cinema periodical issue   assertion
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... no. 56 2010 of Senses of Cinema est. 1999 Senses of Cinema
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How to Change the World : An Interview with Leo Berkeley, Jake Wilson (interviewer), 2010 single work interview
'One of the most original and neglected figures in Australian cinema, Leo Berkeley has continued working across a range of formats and genres for over three decades. Yet most reference works credit him with just a single feature - 1991's Holidays on the River Yarra, one of two Australian features invited to that year's Cannes Film Festival.' (Introduction)
Arthur and Corinne Cantrill Dossier, Adrian Danks , Jake Wilson , Danni Zuvela , Joel Stern , Sally Golding , Michael Koller , F. Freiberg , Steven Ball , 2010 anthology criticism
Introduction, Adrian Danks , 2010 single work biography
Voice of the Grain : Films by Arthur and Corinne Cantrill, Jake Wilson , 2010 single work criticism
'Looking back at the vast body of work produced by Arthur and Corinne Cantrill over the past 50 years, the immediately striking thing is its range, in subject matter as well as technique. The Cantrills' earliest films include a number of relatively straightforward documentaries made for television - and through all their subsequent formal experiments, they have never abandoned the goal of bearing witness to their surroundings, at home and abroad. Simply put, the Cantrills film is what interests them: people, landscapes, works of art.' (Introduction)
Kine-Calligraphy For A New Era : Cantrills Expanded Cinema 1971/2006/2009, Danni Zuvela , Joel Stern , Sally Golding , 2010 single work criticism
'Artists, experimental filmmakers, poets and their associates have a covert history of exploration beyond the standard arrangement of audience, beam and screen. In expanded cinema, as the late Paul Arthur noted, the commitment "is to an ethos of spontaneity" that contradicts not just the classical cinema's normal exhibition mode, but also critically "ruptures the privatized and quietist dynamics of avant-garde presentation linking static spectators to a static screen" .' (Introduction)
Waterfall, Michael Koller , 2010 single work criticism
Turning and Unfolding : Personal Reflections on Cantrills Filmnotes, Steven Ball , 2010 single work criticism
Time’s Relentless Melt : Corinne Cantrill’s In This Life’s Body, F. Freiberg , 2010 single work criticism

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