Cinema Skyline is an independent monthly publication aiming to raise appreciation for the art of cinema, every 2nd of the month. 

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The very first volume of Cinema Skyline (Oct. through Nov. 2018) includes a selection of concise essays on acclaimed releases of the 56th New York Film Festival: Lee Chang Dong’s Burning, Godard’s The Image Book, Paul Dano’s directorial debut Wildlife, and Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War.

Click here to access the online version of Cinema Skyline, Volume 1.


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The second volume of Cinema Skyline (Nov. through Dec. 2018) covers a gamut of the most acclaimed releases of the year, from Lars Von Trier’s The House That Jack Built to Kore-eda’s Palm d’Or-winning Shoplifters, this issue defines the “never-ending exploration” of cinephilia, as illustrated by a comprehensible coverage of DOCNYC, America’s largest documentary festival.

Click here to access the online version of Cinema Skyline, Volume 2.