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Cinema Retro's Coming Issues
Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s. An exciting New Season from our friends at Cinema Retro.

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Lee Pfeiffer and Dave Worrall Date: 01.01.2021
It's that time of year, Cinema Retro fans! We're about to enter our 17th year of publishing with issue #49. Now is a great time to support the world's most unique film magazine by subscribing or renewing for issues #49, 50 and 51 so you can enjoy a full year of our in-depth look at films of the 1960s and 1970s. Subscribe or renew for season 17. Issues ship in January, May and September, 2021.

The January 2021 issue of Cinema Retro magazine is due to ship late December in the UK and Europe, and late January in America and Canada.

Issue #49 is a cracking magazine to start the New Year with - and their 17th year in publication - which includes a tribute to Sean Connery, and a Film in Focus 10-page feature on the Sensurround WWII epic Midway (1976). Robert Leese reviews the weird Carnival of Souls (1962), Dave Worrall investigates what happened to the Thunderball yacht The Disco Volante, and Cai Ross examines the making of Damien: Omen 2 (1978). Also included are features on Elvis: That's the Way it Was (1970), on location in Australia for On the Beach, and Lee Pfeiffer reviews The Venetian Affair (1966) as well as Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run (1969). All of this, plus their usual round-up of CD, DVD and book news and reviews, provides a jam-packed first issue for 2021!

Articles lined up for the rest of the year include interviews with Jenny Hanley and Christopher Matthews talking about Hammer's Scars of Dracula, Film in Focus features on Ice Station Zebra, Cleopatra, Tora! Tora! Tora! and an exclusive interview with director William Friedkin about the making of The French Connection, which celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021.

Cinema Retro is published in January, May and September each year. Details to subscribe can be found at www.cinemaretro.com. Covers illustrated may be subject to change.

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Cinema Retro Magazine, and website, are long-time friends of in70mm.com. in70mm.com have collaborated with Cinema Retro Publishers Dave Worrall & Lee Pfeiffer, on several articles since the first issues in 2005. in70mm.com recommends Cinema Retro. If you are not already a subscriber, then hesitate no longer and sign up right away to subscribe to this unique magazine. Thanks to the loyal readers, Cinema retro has made it this far even in an era in which print magazines seem to be going the way of the leisure suit. Then again, Cinema Retro is unique, which may explain why readers are so loyal. No other magazine centers specifically on the great Golden Age of film making: the 1960s and 1970s. Every issue is unique with exclusive interviews, rare photos and insightful columns about classic and cult movies that virtually no one else covers in this kind of detail. CINEMA RETRO, now in it's 16th year of publication, is a 64-page full colour magazine and the Essential Guide to Classic Movies of the 60's and 70's.

Each issue is a limited edition collector's item - published in England but available worldwide. This is not an amateur fan magazine. Rather, it is written by recognised writers in the field of film criticism as well as from the vantage point of the actors, producers, directors and technicians who were a part of this wonderful era of film making. To ensure you receive each issue of this magazine, you must be a subscriber. Cinema Retro is a premium-priced magazine designed for readers who take their moves seriously. You will not find the latest film news, gossip or rumours. You will find insightful and fun articles regarding classic and cult movies, in-depth interviews and some of the rarest photos imaginable.

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Major in-depth look at a classic film or film series.
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Reproductions of some of the greatest movie poster art of all time.
Exclusive interviews with actors, producers and directors from films of this period.
An international team of film scholars and journalists brining you classic movie news and articles from around the globe.

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