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Founded in 1962, Film Comment is a bimonthly print publication and
website of the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The magazine was
founded under the editorship of Gordon Hitchens, who was followed by
Richard Corliss, Harlan Jacobson, Richard Jameson, Gavin Smith, and
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, Nick Pinkerton, Geoffrey O’Brien, Frank Rich, Jonathan
Rosenbaum, Andrew Sarris, Richard Schickel, Farran Smith-Nehme, Amy
Taubin, David Thomson, Amos Vogel, Robin Wood, and many more.