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  • Clothes make the han: uniforms and lies at London Korean 2014

    Anton Bitel reports on seven new thrillers that fan feelings of resentment and injustice through variations of criss-crossing and double-agency.

    Anton Bitel
    Thursday 18 December 2014


  • Embracing Grace

    The critical condescension that met Oliver Dahan’s Grace of Monaco biopic shows tastemakers still struggling with ‘feminine’ cinema, says Brad Stevens.

    Brad Stevens
    Friday 12 December 2014


  • Come back, South Africa: Africa in Motion 2014

    Three recent documentaries about the birth and growing pains of post-apartheid South Africa epitomised the reflective mood at this year’s Scottish showcase of African cinema. Harriet Warman reports.

    Harriet Warman
    Friday 5 December 2014


  • Playing the mule

    From Sundance to Copenhagen, festivals and funders seem to have caught the scent of cinematic nonfiction. Time to plant feet on the ground, says Robert Greene.

    Robert Greene
    Friday 5 December 2014


  • Too late blues: the FrightFest Hallowe’en All-Nighter 2014

    Anton Bitel clung on til dawn again, but the one great find, but the one great find (a world premiere, no less) came early…

    Anton Bitel
    Friday 5 December 2014


  • Seeing plenty: women on film

    Sight & Sound must recognise the wealth of women making and commenting on movies, write two correspondents. Plus our response.

    Sophie Mayer, Ania Ostrowska, Sight & Sound Editors
    Tuesday 2 December 2014


  • An invitation is not enough

    Sight & Sound received the following response to our editor’s editorial The Equalizers, which invited more introductions and pitches from good female writers.

    Sophie Mayer, Ania Ostrowska
    Monday 1 December 2014


  • 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


  • 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.

    Saturday 22 November 2014


  • 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


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