Positif (magazine)

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Positif
Editor Michel Ciment
Categories Film
First issue 1952
Country France
Website http://www.revue-positif.net

Positif is a French film magazine, founded in 1952 by Bernard Chardère. It was published by Eric Losfeld.[1][2]

It often acted as a counterpoint to Cahiers du cinéma, another well-known French film journal, notably with Gerard Gozlan's article sarcastically titled "In Praise of André Bazin."[3]

The current chief editor is Michel Ciment. The contributors included Ado Kyrou.

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