Mark Cousins sees a running tussle between baroque culture and Bressonian art at Mexico’s foremost showcase of homegrown film.
Greg Tate on the shifting struggles for black equality – and identity – showcased in a documentary montage of found footage from the Swedish TV archives.
Mark Fisher reflects on a screening of Handsworth Songs, the Black Audio Film Collective’s 1986 essay on black Britain, in the wake of this summer’s new wave of civil unrest.
Nick James on bringing home Sight & Sound’s ‘Special Medallion’ from the Telluride Film Festival, “given to a hero of cinema that preserves, honors and presents great movies”.
Film director and polymath.
Mark Pilkington remembers the Scala, London’s classiest and trashiest cinema.