Despite power cuts and further official interference, the ninth Beijing Independent Film Festival managed to showcase some remarkable new movies, finds Kevin B. Lee.
A Brazilian ensemble drama and two road movies from Chile and Mexico stand out at Poland’s young and thriving arthouse festival.
Kate Taylor wends her way through a curator-led carnival of experimenta old and new at the capital’s new contribution to Britain’s growing catalogue of eclectic movie festivals.
Henry K. Miller exhumes Sight & Sound’s very first exercise in film canon-making, from 1942.
Peter Hames combs the hits from the Czech festival’s showcase of post-Soviet cinema.
In our redesigned, expanded new issue: The Greatest Films of All Time by 846 critics and 358 directors. Plus more pages, sections and columns, and a wider remit – from the business of film to artists’ movies.