35 Millimeter - 35 Millimeter

35 millimeters - the retro film magazine

description Filmmagazin
Verlag Publishing house for print media
Headquarters Saarbrücken
First edition 2014
Frequency of publication bi-monthly until 2019
Editor-in-chief Clemens Williges
Marco Koch (deputy)
editor Jörg Mathieu
Weblink www.35mm-retrofilmmagazin.de

35 millimeters - The Retro-Film-Magazin is a German print magazine that deals with films between 1895 and 1965. It has been published every two months since 2014. The editorial team consists of film students, film scholars and film lovers who share their passion for classic films. The magazine is only available via the website's online shop.

Time limitation and content

The time frame of 70 years (1895–1965) was set for various reasons. On the one hand, it was important to the editor and founder, Jörg Mathieu, to bring “the good old days” of film closer to younger generations and to save the films from that time from being forgotten. But above all, it is the time from the official birth of the medium of film to the replacement of the Golden Age of Hollywood by modern cinema under the influence of the Nouvelle Vague in Europe.

Each issue appears under a specific topic, which is expanded by sections and columns, such as DVD and book reviews, "The Forgotten Film" or "On Set".

A special edition of the magazine will be published in November 2018 on the occasion of the 32nd Braunschweig International Film Festival .

Publications

expenditure

output Published Title Story
#1 02/2014 Das Cabinet des Dr. Calligari
#2 04/2014 Dark movie
#3 06/2014 The zombie film
#4 08/2014 Akira Kurosawa
#5 10/2014 The French film
#6 12/2014 Western
#7 02/2015 Italian Cinema
#8 04/2015 100 years of Technicolor
#9 06/2015 Ingrid Bergman
#10 08/2015 US film comedian
#11 10/2015 Classic Science-Fiction
#12 12/2015 Classic Horror
#13 02/2016 Film in exile
#14 04/2016 Silent film
#15 06/2016 Happy Anniversary for 10 Classic Beauties
#16 08/2016 Avantgarde in Film
#17 10/2016 British Cinema
#18 12/2016 German post-war cinema
#19 02/2017 The scandalous film
#20 04/2017 Universal Studios
#21 06/2017 The documentary
#22 08/2017 Film pioneers
#23

#24

12/2017 The gangster movie

The Christmas film

#25 02/2018 Hitchcock Unknown
#26 04/2018 RKO Pictures
#27 06/2018 Movie villains
#28 08/2018 Somme - sun - swamp
#29 10/2018 The First World War
#30 12/2018 Spanish cinema
#31

#32

04/2019 Anniversary edition Edgar Allan Poe
#33 06/2019 Pediatrician
#34 08/2019 Columbia Pictures
#35 10/2019 Cinema Mexico
#36 12/2019 Winter and snow
#37 03/2020 Barbara Stanwyck
#38 06/2020 The second World War
#39 09/2020 alcohol and drugs
#40 12/2020 Warner Brothers
#41 TBA Bette Davis
#42 TBA From silent film to sound film
#43 TBA Autumn time
#44 TBA MGM

Special editions

output Published theme
#1 04/2015 Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari
#2 07/2016 Jazz in Film (1927-1965)
#3 09/2016 Vincent Price
#4 11/2018 Braunschweig International Film Festival
#5 11/2019 33. Braunschweig International Film Festival

Booklet-Edition

output Published theme
#1 12/2017 I followed a zombie
#2 02/2018 The tenant - a story out of the London fog
#3 04/2018 Panic um King Kong
#4 06/2018 Apu's way into life
#5 08/2018 Days of the Outlaws
#6 10/2018 For a few dollars
#7 12/2018 The Marx Brothers at war
#8 02/2019 The black cat

book

The first volume in the 35 millimeter book series was published in December 2016. " Victor Sjöström : Film Can Be Art" written by Jens Dehn . It is the first German-language book about the Swedish director Victor Sjöström.

The cinefonie day

Mathieu has been organizing the annual Cinefonie Day in Saarbrücken since 2015 , the focus of which is on combining concerts and classical cinema. In addition to screenings of films, which are accompanied by musicians, mostly without the original sound, the program includes readings, lectures and other performances related to classic film.

Weblinks