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- “The Story of Film, cinematic event of the year,” by Sukhdev Sandhu, The Telegraph (UK)
- “An Interview with Mark Cousins,” by Gary M. Kramer, Film International
- “We Survived ‘The Story of Film,’” by Carly Maga, Torontoist
- “Orgiastic Odyssey: Mark Cousins’ ‘The Story of Film,’” by Meredith Brody, Indiewire
[approx 120 min]
The maturing of American cinema in the late 60s and 70s introduces satire and existentialism – and African American cinema is born. In the rest of the world in the 70s, movies try to materially change things – socially, formally, and metaphysically.