October 1999

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#Women Directors Special: Soul Survivor

In the shape of Holy Smoke's Kate Winslet, Jane Campion offers up another of her complex, strong-willed heroines - but this time, argues Kate Pullinger, with the masochism excised

#The Edge Of The Razor

Sexually explicit arthouse cinema may be back in fashion, but for Catherine Breillat, writer-director of Romance, it represents a career-long preoccupation. By Leslie Felperin and Linda Ruth Williams

#The Innovators 1960-1970: The big wig

Andy Warhol's experiments in film-making shook up Hollywood as much as the avant-garde, argues Michael O'Pray

What Are You Looking At?

Acclaimed for her 70s-set debut Ratcatcher, Lynne Ramsey discusses her photographer's eye for detail with Liese Spencer

The Heavens Over Havana

Wim Wenders has learned a new joie de vivre from the elderly cuban maestros he filmed for his music documentary Buena Vista Social Club. By Richard Falcon


Demetrios Matheu checks the foundations of cinema and architecture's relationship; José Arroyo and Andrew Labirth on poetic moves in film; and Kate Stables goes interactive

Selected reviews

#Film of the Month: Felicia's Journey

Atom Egoyan and the heroine of his new "anti-Hitchcockian" film Felicia's Journey find something nasty in the garden. Jonathan Romney digs up the topsoil

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