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  • From the Magazine

    Jacques Rivette on Out 1 and Céline and Julie Go Boating

    The late nouvelle vague auteur interviewed by Carlos Clarens and Edgardo Cozarinsky in the Autumn 1974 issue of Sight & Sound.

    Carlos Clarens, Edgardo Cozarinsky
    Tuesday 2 February 2016

    Interviews

  • Jacques Rivette, 1928–2016

    Jonathan Romney on the most covert of all the French New Wave gang, a visionary who juggled themes of performance and plot while opening up film form to the experience of duration in films like Céline and Julie Go Boating and the monumental Out 1.

    Jonathan Romney
    Sunday 31 January 2016

    Obituaries

  • Out-ward bound: Jacques Rivette’s Out 1 in the Arctic circle

    Flying back from presenting Jacques Rivette’s “profound, dormant monster” Out 1 to an audience of 12 in a wintry Tromsø, Norway, David Thomson ponders the lifelikeness of a film that is boring – in the best sense.

    David Thomson
    Sunday 31 January 2016

    Comment

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: Spotlight

    Tom McCarthy’s engrossing dramatisation of how the Boston Globe uncovered sex abuse in the Catholic Church is a fitting tribute to the journalism’s investigative long road, says Matthew Taylor.

    Matthew Taylor
    Friday 29 January 2016

    Reviews and recommendations

  • Franco Citti, 1935-2016

    Celluloid Liberation Front remembers the eternal face of Pasolini’s vanished vulgar Italy.

    Celluloid Liberation Front
    Tuesday 26 January 2016

    Obituaries

  • Ettore Scola, 1931-2016

    Pasquale Iannone on the a versatile director and leading light of the post-war Comedy Italian Style.

    Pasquale Iannone
    Tuesday 26 January 2016

    Obituaries

  • Blithe spirit: Paolo Sorrentino on Youth

    The maestro behind The Great Beauty, Il Divo and The Consequences of Love tells Adrian Wootton about the music that drives his method, and why he’s not our era’s Federico Fellini.

    Adrian Wootton
    Tuesday 26 January 2016

    Interviews

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: The Assassin

    Hou Hsiao-Hsien casts the distant past as a plane of myth and fantasy in his wuxia-tinged take on the itinerant-warrior drama. It’s another of the Taiwanese master’s inimitably oblique, realist and ravishing wide-shot triumphs, says Roger Clarke.

    Roger Clarke
    Friday 22 January 2016

    Reviews and recommendations

  • The best of 2015 in cinematic nonfiction

    Robert Greene tenders his canon of the year’s top documentaries – 25 films that spoke deeper amidst the modern media clamour.

    Robert Greene
    Monday 18 January 2016

    Unfiction

  • From the Magazine

    Film of the week: Creed

    Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan put the franchise back on its feet, finds Jason Anderson.

    Jason Anderson
    Friday 15 January 2016

    Reviews and recommendations

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