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In goals commence obligations: the flicks of Patricio Guzmán by way of Max Nelson
Wild issues: The unusual Cinema of Jack Garfein via Kate Rennebohm
The motion picture Chaser: Charles Willeford on movie by means of Sean Rogers
Joyce Wieland: note of Mouth by means of Samuel l. a. France
Implications of a Totality: Frames for the flicks of Joseph Bernard via Phil Coldiron
Cock and Bull tales: Miguel Gomes on Arabian Nights by way of Mark Peranson
Digging for historical past: Corneliu Porumboiu at the Treasure through Adam Cook
Strip Tease: Peter Tscherkassky and The beautiful Corpus by means of Daniel Kasman
Cannes 2015: My God, It’s jam-packed with Stars! by means of Mark Peranson
Italians out of the country: early life, Mia Madre, story of stories, the opposite facet via Celluloid Liberation Front
The murderer through Jordan Cronk
Son of Saul by means of Richard Porton
Cemetery of Splendour through Kong Rithdee
Sleeping mammoth by means of Jason Anderson
Love by means of Blake Williams
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Canadiana: Canada’s All-Time best Ten by way of Adam Nayman
Deaths of Cinema: Manoel de Oliveira through Michael Sicinski
Film/Art: Marcel Broodthaers and Albert Serra by way of Andréa Picard
Global Discoveries on DVD by means of Jonathan Rosenbaum
Exploded View: Gregory Markopoulos by means of Chuck Stephens
Mad Max: Fury highway by way of Christoph Huber
Eden by way of Angelo Muredda
Poet on a work trip via Tony Rayns
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Five hundred of the beads are carved from precious blue lapis lazuli, a mineral imported from Afghanistan across a distance of 1,200 miles. Also notable among the grave goods is a miniature wolf’s head fashioned from electrum, with ears attached by copper pins and a movable lower jaw jointed with pins of electrum. E. and are among the earliest tools of war ever discovered in Mesopotamia. They lay among the embers of a ﬁre that destroyed the structure, evidence perhaps of wartime conﬂagration. Til Barsip Many cities of Mesopotamia possessed palaces, but very few had wall paintings which survive.
On one mound, Tell al-Abyad, are the ruins of a palace. One room features a painted procession of ofﬁcials. Running along a corridor are the pillaged chambers of a treasury. Elsewhere, a terra-cotta hyena silently howls. Towering over desolate Aqar Quf is the 187foot-tall twisted and eroding hulk of a ziggurat As a new city called Baghdad arose 22 miles to the north, the buildings of Ctesiphon were demolished and their bricks hauled away for reuse. ” Dilbat Located about 27 miles south of Babylon, Dilbat was the home of a Sumerian earth-goddess named Urash.
Tell es-Sawwan This agricultural community on the Tigris north of Baghdad was contemporary with the Neolithic villages of Jarmo and Hassuna. A total of 130 graves was found beneath the ﬂoor of one building, containing a disproportionately high number of children’s burials. The building may have had special spiritual signiﬁcance, but the high rate of infant mortality is unexplained. E. Its vitality continued into the next millennium as well, and on into Parthian and Sassanian times. , but later abandoned.