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The Kinoeye archive
A chronological index of articles that
have appeared in volume 3 (2003) of Kinoeye

Welcome to the Kinoeye archive. The ultimate aim of the archive is to provide a near-as-damn-it definitive index of intelligent and thoughtful English-language analysis of cinema from the new Europe on the web. This page only covers articles that have appeared in Kinoeye the journal, and not articles that appeared in the Kinoeye column in Central Europe Review prior to September 2001 or articles on external sites. Use one of the other archive pages or the search page to locate articles from these sources.


Vol 3, Issue 1, 20 Jan 2003

Making it all happen: Producers in Europe

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Vol 3, Issue 2, 3 Feb 2003

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Vol 3, Issue 3, 17 Feb 2003

Images of power and the power of images:
The films of Miklós Jancsó, part I

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Vol 3, Issue 4, 3 March 2003

Images of power and the power of images:
The films of Miklós Jancsó, part II

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Vol 3, Issue 5, 12 May 2003

Three on Tesis

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Vol 3, Issue 6, 26 May 2003

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Vol 3, Issue 7, 9 June 2003

Passion without words
The cinema of Claire Denis

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Vol 3, Issue 8, 14 July 2003

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Vol 3, Issue 9, 15 September 2003

A žije film! (Long live film!)
Karel Kachyòa's 50 years in cinema
Horror supplement

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Vol 3, Issue 10, 29 September 2003

Reconstructing reality
Recent film from the former Yugoslav republics
Horror festival supplement
  • Brussels after midnight:
    A report on the 21st Brussels International Festival of Fantasy, Thriller and Science-Fiction Film
    by Frank Lafond
  • Sometimes, dead is better:
    A report from the 10th anniversary of the Edinburgh "Dead By Dawn" horror film festival
    by Simon Wilkinson

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Vol 3, Issue 11, 13 October 2003

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Vol 3, Issue 12, 27 October 2003

Four views of Italian horror

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Vol 3, Issue 13, 10 November 2003

New views on new French film

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