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Positif is a French film magazine, founded in 1952 by Bernard Chardere. It is the second oldest French-language film magazine in publication after Les Cahiers du cinéma. The magazine is headquartered in Paris and is published monthly.

Positif often acts 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." Positif has a Marxist-Leninist approach towards films.

The magazine was edited by Eric Losfeld from 1959. The current chief editor is Michel Ciment. The contributors included Ado Kyrou.


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See also

Lexique de l'érotisme au cinéma




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