JUMP CUT
A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA

Notes

1. John Berger, “Look at Britain!”, Sight and Sound 21:1 (1957), p. 14. [return to text]

2. George Melly, “Layers of Meaning,” The Observer, January 28, 1973, p. 33.

3. A draft of this script, along with their correspondence, can be found in the Berger Archives at the British Library.

4. I am quoting from a copy of the letters kept in the same Berger Archive.

5. David Denby, “The greening of Alain Tanner,” The Boston Phoenix, December 7, 1976. (Accessed via Cinefiles:
https://cinefiles.bampfa.berkeley.edu/
cinefiles/DocDetail?docId=20249
) [return to page 2]

6. Robert Stam, “The subversive charm of Alain Tanner,” Jump Cut, no. 15, 1977. http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/
onlinessays/JC15folder/JonahStam.html

7. Linda Greene, John Hess, and Robin Lakes, “Subversive charm indeed!” Jump Cut, no. 15, 1977.
http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/onlinessays/
JC15folder/JonahAgainst.html

8. Quoted in Judy Klemesrud, “Alain Tanner: ‘Art is to Break with the Past’,” The New York Times, October 24, 1976, p. 87.

9. Here I am quoting from a dossier on Jonah kept in the Berger Archives at the British Library.

10. Todd Gitlin, “Reviews: Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000,” Film Quarterly, Spring 1977, pp. 36-37.

11. Octavio Paz, “In Search of the Present,” Nobel Lecture, December 8, 1990. http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/
laureates/1990/paz-lecture.html

12. Serge Daney, review of No Man’s Land in LibĂ©ration, August 30, 1985, quoted in Frederic Bas, “The subtle subversion of Alain Tanner,” Swiss Films Director’s Sheet. http://www.swissfilms.ch/static/files/
cineportraits/44_Tanner_en.pdf