Monthly Film Bulletin – $5 each (updated 1/18)

Monthly Film Bulletin

 

  • December, 1983 (No. 599) – Peckinpah, Siegel ($4)
  • May, 1985 (No. 616) – Wim Wenders
  • June, 1985 (No. 617) – Losey
  • October, 1985 (No. 621) – Paul Schrader
    March, 1986 (No. 626) – Pialat, Hugh Hudson

 

  • October, 1986 (No. 633) – Jean-Jacques Beineix
  • November 1986 (No. 634) – Fellini, Powell & Pressburger
  • December 1986 (No. 635) – John McGrath
  • March, 1987 (No. 638) – Akerman, Rohmer, Loach 

  • June, 1987 (No. 641) – Grisby
  • July, 1987 (No. 642) – Demme, Klimov
  • August, 1987 (No. 643) – Chabrol
  • December, 1987 (No. 647) – John Huston
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National Film Theatre Programmes

Magazines on Ebay

$5 each

1974
Dec, ’73/January – Warner Bros., Mexican Cinema, French Films of the 30s & 40s
Feb/March – Japan, Warner Bros., Britain in the 30s
April/May – Jancso, Rossellini, Lester, Hollywood on Hollywood
May-July – The Detective Film, Satyajit Ray, Classic German Cinema

1975
Dec, ’74/January – Paramount, Gene Kelly, Rohmer, Olmi
May – August, 1975 – Frank Borzage, New Films from Norway and India

1976
Dec/January – ‘Early Ozu’, Herzog, Altman, Universal
Feb/March – French Film, Alexander Korda, Chaplin

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1978
August – Rock Movies in the 70s, Anthony Mann, Gracie Fields

1979
January – Lubitsch, Robert Stevenson, Hollywood Composers (Part 2)
February – ‘Second Chance’, Louise Brooks, Basil Dearden, Wajda
April – Fantasy Authors, Peter Finch
July – New Hollywood, Child Stars, Jean Renoir

1981
August – John Stahl, Shohei Imamura, Ingmar Bergman
September – PG Wodehouse, Raul Ruiz, James Mason

1992
February – Fairy-tales, Barbara Streisand
March – Bette Davis, Phil Karlson, Fred Zinnemann
May – Tadashi Imai, Tony Richardson

January, 1993 – Positif, Hauff, Baye

Film Fan Monthly

Magazines on Ebay

The original US fanzine / magazine edited by Leonard Maltin.

Copies are $10 each, unless marked.

No. 66 – December, 1966. Our Gang special ($5)
No. 68 – February, 1967. Walt Disney special ($15)
No. 81 – March, 1968. Helen Walker / The Three Stooges

No. 118 – April, 1971. Harold Lloyd, Gale Sondergaard, Rita Johnson
No. 130 – April, 1972. Betty Boop, Vivian Blaine, MGM (Part 2), Cass Daley
No. 133/134 – July, August, 1972. Dorothy Lamour, Technicolor ($15)

No. 143 – May, 1973. Fred Astaire, Marie McDonald, Keye Luke
No. 145/146 – July, August, 1973. Betty Grable, Harry Warren, RKO, Warner Cartoons ($15)
No. 161 – November, 1974. Fay Wray, RKO, MGM Shorts

No. 168 – June, 1975. The last ‘Scrapbook’ issue covering the 9 years of FFM.

 

Sight and Sound – $8 each (Updated 6/18)

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* Spring 1974 – Boorman / Bradbury / New German Cinema
* Winter 1975/76 – Duras / Antonioni / Pasolini / Wexler
* Spring 1977 – Chabrol / Roeg / Spielberg / Lang
Summer 1980 – Boorman / Leisen / Hitchcock
* Winter 1981/82 – Ruiz / Wajda / Greenaway

* Spring 1982 – Coppola / Gance / Satyajit Ray / Malle
* Summer 1986 – Welles / Shoah / Polish Cinema
* Summer 1987 – Greenaway / Resnais
* Winter 1990/91 – Demme / Corman / Paradjanov
* April, 1992 – Wenders / Scorsese / Rivette / Cassavetes

* November, 1992 – Michael Mann / Freddie Francis /Ridley Scott
* January, 1993 – Dracula, Keitel, Borzage
* March, 1993 – Potter, DeVito, Audrey Hepburn
* November, 1993 – Mike Leigh / James B. Harris / Tony Richardson
* April, 1994 – Bertolucci / The Beatles / Jarman / Bergman

* May, 1994 – Tarantino / Ferrara / Yimou
* July, 1994 – Godard / Marker / Yang
* August, 1994 – Coen Bros. / Spike Lee / Tavernier / Bill Forsyth
* September, 1994 – Jack Nicholson / Resnais / Boorman
* October, 1994 – Lindsay Anderson, Walter Hill

* November, 1994 – Tarantino / Branagh / Kurosawa
* December, 1994 – Hitchcock, Powell, Oliver Stone
* February, 1995 – Peckinpah, Jennifer Jason Leigh
* April ,1995 – Polanski / Franju / Nigel Hawthorne
* May, 1995 – Tim Burton, Atom Egoyan, Douglas Trumbull

* July, 1995 – Buster Keaton / Robert Crumb
* August, 1995 – Bunuel, Shaffer, Quay Brothers
* November, 1995 – Larry Clark / ‘La Haine’ / MGM Musicals
* December, 1995 – Antonioni, Friedkin, Bigalow
* February, 1996 – ‘Trainspotting’ / Charlton Heston / Fassbinder

* November, 1996 – Jane Campion, Peter Greenaway
* February 1998
– Scorsese / Ang Lee / Titanic
* April 1998
– Almodovar / Woody Allen / Sokurov
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August 1998 – X-Files / Peter Weir
* August, 1999 – Tim Roth, Bill Murray, Cammell

* March, 2000 – Michael Mann / P.T. Anderson
* April, 2000 – Buster Keaton, Sofia Coppola, Jim Jarmusch
* December 2000 – Ang Lee / Rossellini / Ullmann
* August, 2001 – Steve Buscemi / ‘Amelie’
* January, 2005 – Mike Leigh / Scorsese / Claude Rains

Movie Magazines (updated 5/18)

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American Cinematographer – USA – $8 each

* February, 1996 – Sven Nykvist, Carlo Di Palma
* June, 1996 – Fort Apache, Brian DePalma

American Film (USA) – March, 1989, $8
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Cine-Tracts: No. 10 (Canada, 1980) – Howard Hawks. $5
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Cineaste – USA – $8 each

* Vol. 8, No. 4, 1978 – Tavernier, Herzog, Rouch
* Vol. 23, No. 1, 1997 – Hitchcock / Zinnemann
* Vol. 23, No. 2, 1997 – Powell & Pressburger / Egoyan / Charles Burnett

* Vol. 25, No. 1, 1999 – Ed Norton, Breillat, Egoyan
* Vol. 24, No. 2/3, 1999 – Rossellini, Irish Cinema
* Vol. 24, No. 4, 1999 – Bertolucci, Cronenberg, Herzog

Cinema Papers – Aust.
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* March, 1991 – Coppola, Schroeder. $8

Film Comment (USA) – $6 each (unless marked)

* December 1987 – Bertolucci, The Blacklist, Disney ($8)
* August 1988 – ‘Roger Rabbit’, Dean Stockwell, Patty Hearst ($8)
* Nov/Dec 1999 – Ann Sothern, Stroheim, Kevin Smith

* July / Aug 2000 – Kiarostami, Ruiz, Farrellys
* Sep / Oct 2000 – Bjork-Von Trier, Edward Yang Cameron Crowe
* Nove / Dec 2000 – Coen Bros., Oshima, Rohmer

* March / April  2001 – Jane Fonda, Ermanno Olmi
* May / June 2001 – Coppola, Widmark, Zwigoff, Kidman
* Jan / Feb 2002 – Ridley Scott, Nanni Moretti, Godard

Film Quarterly
  (USA) – Winter, 1994-95. $8
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FilmMaker (USA) – Autumn, 1994. $8
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Films and Filming – UK

* September, 1970 – $15
* November, 1971 – $15

Films on Screen and Video – UK / $5 each

* February 1982 – Pia Zadora, Ragtime, Dragonslayer
* November 1982 – Brian De Palma, Carl Davis
* October 1984 – Costa Gavras, Paul Mazursky

Lumiere (The Film Media Monthly)

April 1973 (No. 22) – $8
June 1973 (No. 24) – $6

The Movie: The Illustrated History of the Cinema – UK

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* Issue 7 – Spencer Tracy – $8

Movie News – Australia / $15 each

* 1976 (Vol. 12) – No. 1  / No. 3 / No. 6

Premiere

1994
* April – Jeremy Irons, Derek Jarman
* November – Tarantino, Irene Jacob

1997
* May – Jim Carey, Woody Allen, James Woods

Original Programmes (Updated 3/18)

 

 

Anne of the Thousand Days – 1969, Holland. $20
The Bolshoi Ballet – 1957, UK. $10
Cinerama South Seas Adventure – 1958, USA. $25
Dragonslayer – 1981, USA. Includes Marvel comic, $20

 

Funny Girl – 1968, UK. $25
Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff – 1979, Japan. $15

Media Kits

 

After Hours (’85) – Aust., $8
Dragonheart (’96) – USA, $8
The Grifters (’91) – Aust., $8
Snake Eyes (’98) – USA, $10

Theatre Programmes

 

Aren’t We All – Aust. 1986. $10 (Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert)
New Sides of Shelley Berman – Aust, 1963. $10
Vincent Price as Oscar Wilde in… – Aust. 1980. $45
Sweet Bird of Youth – 1985, London. $15 (Lauren Bacall)