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Now Online: One+One Filmmakers Journal #8

By Mike Everleth ⋅ August 7, 2012

Derek Jarman directs Jubilee

One+One Filmmakers Journal has just released their eighth electronic issue, which is available to download in PDF format from their website. And, speaking of their website, they’ve also relaunched that with a brand new blog section that will showcase new articles not found in the journal.

(Speaking from the heart here for a second, it pleases the Underground Film Journal to no end to see a quality resource like One+One keep expanding so nicely over such a short period of time.)

Issue #8 of the British electronic zine One+One is somewhat of a response to the recent Diamond Jubilee celebration in England. Instead of honoring the Queen, One+One honors one of the most important films of the British avant-garde: Derek Jarman’s 1978 masterpiece Jubilee.

Contributors James Marcus Tucker, Bradley Tuck and Diarmuid Hester all contribute essays on Jubilee and its impact on cinema.

In addition there are articles by Paul Barr on filmmaker Patrick Keiller and his re-imagining of London; Bradley Tuck reflects on One+One’s 2011 filmmaking challenge; and James Marcus Tucker muses on the intersection between filmmaking and radical politics.

Also, if you’re interested in contributing to One+One, they’re always looking for writers and articles.

So, go check it out!