Director : Éric Losfeld
Editors-in-chief : Michel Caen & Jean-Claude Romer
Publisher : Éditions le Terrain vague
Year : 1966-67
Language : French
Size : 274 x 215 x 12 mm
Pages : 148, offset printed & perfect bound
Condition : good, some damage to the spine
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Midi/Minuit Fantastique was a French film magazine started by Michel Caen, Alain Le Bris, Jean-Claude Romer and Jean Boullet in Paris in 1962. The richly illustrated magazine was dedicated to the ‘fantastique’ in cinema and provided its readers with reviews, essays, interviews, art work and a guide to the Parisian theatres showing films of the genre. It was published by Eric Losfeld’s Éditions le Terrain Vague until 1971, when the magazine ceased to exist.
Midi/Minuit Fantastique No 15/16 was published in 1966-67. Apart from reviews of films ranging from Fahrenheit 451 to Sainte Génevieve dans la Baignoire, the issue contains an article on the appearance of the Golem, an interview of Karel Zeeman, a review of the 1966 Cannes film festival, and much more. The condition of this collectible issue is good. The spine has some damage.