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  • 120 pages 
  • 24cm x 17cm 
  • Published in Venice, 2019 

Nang magazine is a 10-issue magazine covering cinema in Asia. This issue reproduces and critically dissects 12 manifestos (self-described and otherwise) hailing from a range of contexts, regions and eras. Although each of these documents were meant first and foremost to speak to the times in which they were written, this issue invites the reader to consider their continuing relevance in the present day.


In this issue:


  • Kim Jong Il’s cinematic manifesto
  • I Sinema Manifesto, Indonesia, 1999: a group of young filmmakers and producers rebel
  • Nouvelle Vague Manifesto; or, How I Became a Disciple of Philippe Garrel, Japan, 1997
  • What is wrong with Indian films?
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