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A Rabbit's Foot Issue 6 - Movies and Motors

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A Rabbit's Foot is a British-based quarterly printed film and art bookazine, founded and edited by the film producer and businessman Charles Finch. Finch hosts the Oscars, Cannes, and BAFTA dinners and has long-standing connections to the film industry.

Established as an “insider’s look at the industry, from a current, historical and international perspective” with a premium, handmade feel, A Rabbit’s Foot aims to be a cerebral companion for those curious about arts and films, with a consumer-facing focus. Each quarterly edition is themed around a cultural motif (such as French cinema or Politics and Film) and contains interviews, essays and biographical writing around that chosen topic, alongside photography, behind the scene-images and film stills.


A Rabbit's Foot returns with its sixth issue – focusing on motors in movies, art and culture. This edition includes long-read conversations with master filmmaker Michael Mann on Ferrari and Heat 2, Jeff Nichols on his Bike riders film, Alexander Payne, and Nia DaCosta. We also pay tribute to thegreat, late William Friedkin, with three essays on his most memorable driving scenes. Elsewhere, the photographer Tierney Gearon shares a photo journal of life in Malibu, while bestselling author Amor Towles discusses his process and influences. The Ross Brothers pen an essay on their breakout independent film Gasoline Rainbow, and we speak to Ira Sachs and Adele Exarchopoulos on their movie Passages. Independently-published, A Rabbit's Foot Issue 6 is a coffee table-sized book created forthose curious about film, art, andculture—and who want to delve deeper into these worlds through our storytelling and exclusive photography.

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