Cinéma 66 N° 108: spécial jeunesse, no. 108 (Fr.)

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Paris. Au Bureau Du Journal. July–August 1966, no. 108. Softcover. Book Condition: Near Fine, some fading and shelf wear to exterior over time.  160pp. (ill. in b/w).

Subheading: "Special Jeunesse: le Jeune Cinema en France et en Yougoslavie, les Jeunes Vue Par le Jeune Cinema"
Cover: "Un Homme et une Femme" et "Es."

Cinéma 66 magazine issue dedicated to young cinema being made in France and Yugoslavia, in the summer of 1966. A variety of announcements, interviews, reviews, analyses, and special interest essays and critiques (one of which is an examination of "Les Enfants de Karl Marx et de Coca-Cola," or "The children of Karl Marx and Coca-Cola"). Well illustrated, the visual and textual generate an impressive amount of diverse content in an unassuming but rich issue focused on emerging French and Yugoslavian cinema.

[English title: ["Special 'Jeunesse:' Young Cinema in France and Yugoslavia - Young People Seen By Young Cinema"]
Text in French.