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Winter 2013

Winter 2013

Classic Hollywood

Volume 89, Number 1

  • Jesse Dukes on filmmaking in Tunisia from Star Wars through the Arab Spring
  • Chip Hayes on his education on the set of Satan’s School for Girls
  • Photo essays on the Hindi film industry, the architecture of John Lautner, and the lives of stunt doubles
  • New fiction by Vsevolod Benigsen (translated by Reed Johnson), Manuel Gonzales, and N. M. Kelby
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Star Wars sandcrawler set at Chott Al Jerrid, Tunisia, 1976. Courtesy of Lucas Film Ltd.

Soundstage Tunisia

The future of Tunisia’s film industry—like that of the country itself—is uncertain. Filmmakers prefer stability in their working conditions, and the instability triggered by the revolution has threatened a once reliable industry, which over a generation has evolved its own cultural significance.

Editor’s Desk

Articles

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Essays

Profiles

Memoir

Interviews

Fiction

Poetry

Criticism

Photography

Author Profiles

Jason Motlagh is an award-​winning writer, photographer, and filmmaker.