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Edited by Anthony Downey
Film X Autochthonous Struggles Today
Edited by Nicole Brenez, Jonathan Larcher, Alo Paistik and Skaya Siku
Keren Cytter Doesn't Like to Share
by Mathilde Supe
Edited by Eva Birkenstock
by Ken Hollings
Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image
Edited by Erika Balsom and Hila Peleg
The Cinema House and the World
by Serge Daney
Introduction by A. S. Hamrah
Translated by Christine Pichini
Edited by Natalie Bell, Dan Kidner and Milan Ther
Design in Motion
by Laura A. Frahm
Edited by Michael Zryd