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Edited by Richard Porton

Dekalog 3: On Film Festivals

Dekalog 3: On Film Festivals

The third edition of the Dekalog series, published by Wallflower Press, is a wide-ranging look at the film festival world, with contributions from leading programmers and critics, including André Bazin, Mark Peranson, Quintin, James Quandt, Robert Koehler, Adrian Martin, Stephen Teo, Kong Rithdee, Christoph Huber, Olaf Möller, Jonathan Rosenbaum, and Richard Porton.

Please click on the titles below to download each chapter as a PDF file.

Introduction: On Film Festivals by Richard Porton
The Festival Viewed as a Religious Order by André Bazin
First You Get the Power, Then You Get the Money: Two Models of Film Festivals by Mark Peranson
The Festival Galaxy by Quintin
The Sandwich Process: Simon Field Talks About Polemics and Poetry at Film Festivals by James Quandt
Cinephilia and Film Festivals by Robert Koehler
Here and Elsewhere (The View from Australia) by Adrian Martin
Asian Film Festivals and Their Diminishing Glitter Domes: An Appraisal of PIFF, SIFF and HKIFF by Stephen Teo
The Sad Case of the Bangkok Film Festival by Kong Rithdee
Status Quo and Beyond: The Viennale, A Success Story by Christoph Huber 
Bagatelle for Kino Otok and I 1000 occhi by Olaf Müller
Some Festivals I’ve Known: A Few Rambling Recollections by Jonathan Rosenbaum
A Director on the Festival Circuit by Richard Porton

Dekalog 3: On Film Festivals is a publication from Wallflower Press, an imprint of Columbia University Press. Please click here for more information about a wide range of film books.


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