Anton Bitel reports back from this year’s Halloween horror marathon, featuring three protagonists called Angela, two movies that really couldn’t be called horror and one gutsy chamber psychodrama set inside a tank.
From the spring of ‘Bergmania’ and the high summer of European cinephilia to the onset of home video, Sight & Sound’s longstanding editor elevated both her magazine and the art it championed, writes Henry K. Miller.
Harriet Warman reports on the multiple permutations of fact, fiction, moving images and installation spaces presented at the borderlands festival of ‘film and media art’ under its new director Peter Taylor.
Sophie Mayer on this year’s London Film Festival experimental allsorts, including revivals of the 1970s films of Argentina’s Marie Louise Alemann and New Zealand’s Joanna Margaret Paul, and new highlights from Tacita Dean, Sarah Turner, Vivienne Dick, Mike Kuchar, Jennifer Reeder and more.
Frances Morgan reports on a stage conversation between the performance artist and the musician to accompany the London Film Festival premiere of Heart of a Dog, Anderson’s new essay film rich in grief and wonder.