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Editor’s Letter

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on Oct 20, 2014

“Monsieur Godard, are you more interested in making films or social commentary?” the French director was asked at a 1968 symposium on his work. “I see no difference between the two,” he replied. This anecdote was recounted in a winter 2011 column for this magazine by director Zachary Wigon, who wrote about the outsized role cinema and politicized filmmakers had in the cultural conversations of the late ’60s and early ’70s. Where are today’s filmmakers in the dialogues of our moment? Three years later, it’s a question echoed by Anthony Kaufman in his Industry Beat column. Focused more broadly on […]

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