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  • Screen painting: Randall Wright on his portrait of David Hockney

    With its access to David Hockney’s personal video collection, Randall Wright’s intimate study reveals “a more complex and serious” version of the famous British artist, he tells Michael Brooke.

    Michael Brooke
    Friday 28 November 2014

    Interviews

  • From the Magazine

    The best films of 2014

    The best films of the year – the overground, the underground, the widely released and the still emerging, from oldtimers and first-timers – as chosen by 112 of our international contributors and colleagues.

    Sight & Sound contributors
    Friday 28 November 2014

    Annual round-ups

  • From the Magazine

    The equalizers

    Nick James on the ongoing search for more women in films, and in film.

    Nick James
    Friday 28 November 2014

    Comment

  • British TV drama versus the world

    Is the UK television drama finally back to doing what it does best? Nick Edwards reports.

    Nick Edwards
    Thursday 27 November 2014

    Features

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: Concerning Violence

    Göran Hugo Olsson builds on The Black Power Mixtape with a richly dialectical archive essay intertwining Frantz Fanon’s writings on colonial violence and two decades of African liberation struggles. Ashley Clark looks on admiringly.

    Ashley Clark
    Thursday 27 November 2014

    Reviews and recommendations

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    Film of the week: Winter Sleep

    There are flashes of cinematic greatness in Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Palme d’Or winner – smothered by stretches of cinematic slumber, says Jonathan Romney.

    Jonathan Romney
    Sunday 23 November 2014

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Women on film, sci-fi edition: it gets dystopian

    When it comes to winning female superheroes in 21st-century Hollywood blockbusters, Katniss Everdeen really is one in a million, says Bidisha.

    Bidisha
    Saturday 22 November 2014

    Comment

  • Cinema of saudade: Doclisboa’14

    Nick James finds Portugal’s trademark wistful melancholia on screen via Dutch master Johan van der Keuken, Marguerite Duras and the longtime head of the Portuguese Cinematheque.

    Nick James
    Friday 21 November 2014

    Festivals

  • CPH:DOX 2014: history in the turning

    The Fall of the Wall was showcased at this year’s Danish celebration of documentary art; but the best of the fest raked over less fêted events, as well two forays in nonfiction performance. Carmen Grey reports.

    Carmen Gray
    Friday 21 November 2014

    Festivals

  • Performing lives: Queer Lisboa 2014

    Ben Walters on four films at this year’s Queer Lisboa film festival that queered the art/life divide – in rising order of enigma.

    Ben Walters
    Friday 21 November 2014

    Festivals

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