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Comment by Tim Nicholas on January 24, 2017 at 9:00pm

The first new zine I've made in over a year is now available in my shop!

Titled UTOPIAN CINEMA, it grew out of an artist residency I did this summer where I ran a screening and discussion series of "utopian" films. Our culture seems to be saturated with dystopian narratives, but utopian ones are a lot harder to come by these days. So this might be of interest to anyone looking for some hopeful viewing suggestions in these dark times.

$6 on Storenvy or Etsy

$6 on Storenvy or Etsy

Comment by Tim Nicholas on April 9, 2014 at 4:48pm

Just finished my first zine in EIGHT YEARS!!! Been working on this for months and am very happy with how it turned out, so I hope you'll all give it a look. (Scrambling to finish another two before the Brooklyn Zine Fest on 4/26, so expect me to post about those shortly.)

Here's the description from Etsy....

Debut issue! Eight essays on various films and on film, filmmaking, and art in general. Features original illustrations as well as film stills.

I started Some Notes on Film as a way of encouraging myself to articulate my free floating thoughts about the films I watch. Instead of writing reviews, I try burrowing into specifics: particular themes, motifs, aesthetic choices. I’m writing from the perspective of a filmmaker, and so the observations I make are usually somehow related to me thinking through my own practice.

Topics for this issue include:
- Steve Martin's goofy tenderness in The Jerk
- Josh Safdie's microbudget indie The Pleasure of Being Robbed (as seen on the cover)
- Brian Eno's idea of art as a "trigger for experience" (and why I don't like it)
- Robert Altman's The Long Goodbye and Renaissance painter Pieter Bruegel
- Ain't Them Bodies Saints compared to Terrence Malick's Badlands
- Billy Wilder's The Apartment and physicality in screenwriting
- the difficulty of portraying digital life in movies
- plus a lengthy intro essay on the differences between zines and blogs

56 pages
Black and white
Card-stock cover
Saddle-stitched (stapled)

You can pick up a copy for $4.25 on my Etsy shop.

Comment by Necro Neil on April 21, 2013 at 5:42pm

ssue 26 of UK horror fanzine Necronomicon is out on etsy http://www.etsy.com/listing/121928470/necronomicon-26-uk-horror-fan... Fully covers last years Bram Stoker International Film Festival


Comment by Necro Neil on October 19, 2012 at 5:03am

Necronomicon UK horro fanzine issue 25 is out now on Etsy! http://www.etsy.com/listing/110023490/necronomicon-25-uk-horror-fan...

Comment by Necro Neil on July 16, 2012 at 10:51am

Necronomicon #24 UK horror film fanzine - up for sale on Etsy! https://www.etsy.com/listing/104522209/necronomicon-24-uk-horror-fa...

Comment by Necro Neil on May 25, 2012 at 5:21am

Issue 23 of Necronomicon UK horror fanzine is now available through my website necronomiconfanzine.com for just £1!

Comment by Necro Neil on March 8, 2012 at 4:30am

Necronomicon issue 22 is out for sale on Etsy! Its a horror film fanzine. http://www.etsy.com/listing/76510221/necronomicon-22-uk-horror-fanz...

Comment by Necro Neil on January 27, 2012 at 9:59am

Necronomicon the UK retro horror film fanzines 21st issue is out now to buy at necronomiconfanzine.com

Comment by Necro Neil on December 19, 2011 at 11:49am

Necronomicon issue 20 is a Bram Stoker International Film Festival special http://www.etsy.com/listing/88961837/necronomicon-issue-20-uk-horro...

Comment by Nick Byrne on December 14, 2011 at 5:04pm

Hey guys.

I run a zine called One Eye Open.

It is part an art zine, and part an article-led music/film/culture zine.

If anyone is interested in writing for my zine I am looking into contributers for Issue #3 currently (Issue #1 is out now and finishing off Issue #2).

I'm mainly interested in people writing about a particular film, be it a classic or modern film - with the emphasis on the lesser known, but they can be an iconic or cult film as well. 

I enjoy hearing the effect a film has on the writer, and discussions on ideas that a film may raise. Above all the film should mean a great deal to the writer.

Anyone interested should email a sample of their work to oeomagazine@gmail.com




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