Due to iTunes policy of not publishing books below a certain length we’ve had to adapt the Monograph format a little bit. Yes, technically they’re not actually Monographs anymore, but we like to think of the supplementary material as just that, an extra, a bonus, something extra to sink your teeth in to. To mark what has been a rather remarkable opening six months of the year we’ve collated essays on three of the finest films that the arthouse has had to offer over. First up, and headlining this Monograph is Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Once Upon A Time In Anatolia, while the Dardenne brothers The Kid With A Bike and Jafar Panahi and Mojtaba Mirtahmasb’s This Is Not A Film. The latter is a reprint of the very first edition of the Monograph’s, which wasn’t long enough for iTunes’ liking, so in a way this is both a retcon of M#1 and M#3. To complicate matters no further the next Monograph will be Monograph #4.
This edition of the Monographs should be available from iTunes shortly. To download the iPad enhanced edition now of this Monograph click HERE to be taken to Rapidshare. Install on to your iPad using iTunes. Alternatively, you could view the PDF version linked below directly on your iPad, albeit losing some of the iPad-enhancements in the process! If you’re having trouble manually adding an iBook to your iPad please see the article linked HERE.
To download the PDF version of this Monograph please click HERE to read it online. If viewing on a tablet computer/mobile phone then your device will no doubt prompt you to download from within the webpage. Alternative you can drag the PDF to your desktop.