Matt Bell reviews Caitlin's piece "Only This Torn Room Forever Sleeps," which appears in the newest issue of Hayden's Ferry Review, and declares it blew him away.
Matt Bell, I salute your taste in prose.
HFR editor Beth Staples is now offering free copies of the issue:
"For those of you who have not yet gotten a copy of the issue, drop an email to HFR@asu.edu, and we'll get your copy right out. You can read it, and then give it as a Christmas gift (if you're a cheapskate). Or, you can take advantage of our buy-one-subscription-get-another-one-free offer (also available at HFR@asu.edu), so you and a friend can both enjoy your own copies."
Minimalist photography by London-based Nicholas Hughes. From his collection "In Darkness Visible 2005 – 2007":
New Issue of Experimental Conversations (an online journal of experimental film, art cinema and video art) focuses on Spanish Avant-Garde Film.
FILM CRITICISM IN CRISIS?
A New York Film Festival panel discussion hosted by Film Comment
September 27, 2008, at the Walter Reade Theater
Towards an Aesthetic of Slow in Contemporary Cinema
Matt Duffin earned a B.S. in Architecture at the University of Houston, then decided not to be an architect: