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Version 2.1 released on June 20, 2017
- Download improvements - Updated help and log in - Bug fixes
Version 2.0 released on March 23, 2017
In addition to taking up less memory on your phone, new and improved features of the app will include the ability to save your favorite articles to a scrapbook, in-app podcast streaming, enhanced browsing functionality and an easier-to-navigate user interface, more ways to connect for the latest updates and new articles, and much more.
Version 1.03 released on September 20, 2016
Meet the new Film Comment: a fresh design, updated departments, and an array of new columns. In the free issue that comes with this version of the app, a series of essays ask “What Is Cinema Now?” in a variety of ways, plus we offer a special expanded section on the 54th New York Film Festival, including features on Maren Ade, Ava DuVernay, Barry Jenkins, Pedro Almodóvar and more. This version also features some performance improvements and bug fixes.
Version 1.02 released on September 08, 2016
Meet the new Film Comment: a fresh design, updated departments, and an array of new columns. In the free issue that comes with this version of the app, a series of essays ask “What Is Cinema Now?” in a variety of ways, plus we offer a special expanded section on the 54th New York Film Festival, including features on Maren Ade, Ava DuVernay, Barry Jenkins, Pedro Almodóvar and more.
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The Film Comment app is free to download, and features all the articles from the print edition of the magazine, plus weekly digests of our web content, including our podcast. A yearly subscription is $9.99. When you become a subscriber, you can download any issue published while your subscription is active. If your subscription lapses, you will still be able to read the issues published while you were an active subscriber. You can individually purchase issues published before you began your subscription for $1.99. Tap the “Restore” button to make previously purchased issues available on your iPhone, iPod or iPad. You can update or cancel your subscription in your iTunes Store account settings. Film Comment continues to be the most urgent, cutting-edge magazine of film criticism in the U.S. Still the greatest place for the smartest writing on cinema after more than fifty years, Film Comment keeps the conversation going in its sleek new digital format, which gives the reader more ways to experience reviews, interviews, features, and news about the most important latest movies. Founded under the editorship of Gordon Hitchens in 1962, Film Comment is a bimonthly print publication and website of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Its subsequent editors were Richard Corliss, Harlan Jacobson, Richard Jameson, Gavin Smith, and, currently, Nicolas Rapold. Past and present contributing critics include David Bordwell, Manohla Dargis, Raymond Durgnat, Roger Ebert, Manny Farber, Howard Hampton, Molly Haskell, J. Hoberman, Eric Hynes, Kent Jones, Dave Kehr, Farran Smith Nehme, Nick Pinkerton, Geoffrey O’Brien, Frank Rich, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Andrew Sarris, Richard Schickel, Amy Taubin, David Thomson, Amos Vogel, Robin Wood, and many more.
Film Comment Ranking History | Newsstand
Film Comment daily app ranking in Newsstand category for the last 30 days.
Film Comment Worldwide Rankings | Newsstand
Film Comment rankings per country in Newsstand category.
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