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  • Every doc for itself: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2009

    As documentary watchers and makers came together to survey the state of the art – and get into a fight about it – Nick Bradshaw picks through the sloganeering, then went back to the screen for enlightenment.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Tuesday 1 December 2009

    Festivals

  • Not forgotten: The Palestinian Film Archive

    Palestinian writer Adania Shibli finds her memories of The Palestinian Film Archive – which vanished during the 1982 Israeli siege of Beirut – stirred by Sarah Wood’s For Cultural Purposes Only.

    Adania Shibli
    Monday 23 November 2009

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  • Viennale 2009: the whirls of time

    Isabel Stevens revels in the Viennale’s retrospectives, from Buster Keaton and Lino Brocka to Timothy Carey’s fevered The World’s Greatest Sinner, a film too crazy even for Frank Zappa.

    Isabel Stevens
    Thursday 19 November 2009

    Festivals

  • LFF 2009: ‘Underground’, overground

    This year’s London Film Festival brought archive films up onto the streets, and the Tube back onto the screen. We caught two of the festival’s archive showcases.

    Nick Bradshaw, James Bell
    Friday 6 November 2009

    Festivals

  • Youth on the march: the S&S/LFF Young Journalism Competition 2009

    Nick Bradshaw tallies the entries for our Sight & Sound Young Journalist Competition.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Monday 2 November 2009

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  • Everywhere girls?

    Chuffed with this year’s harvest of films made by women, the London Film Festival is hosting a panel debate on why the movies aren’t always so even-handed. Sophie Mayer sizes up the festival’s female perspectives.

    Sophie Mayer
    Friday 16 October 2009

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  • Tropical rocket: Abandon Normal Devices 2009

    Tony Rayns sees Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s ‘Primitive’ installation at the inaugural Abandon Normal Devices Festival of New Media and Digital Culture in Liverpool.

    Tony Rayns
    Wednesday 30 September 2009

    Festivals

  • Serenity: Pedro Costa’s Fontainhas trilogy

    Miguel Gomes explains how Pedro Costa found a home to film as his own with the inhabitants of Fontainhas on the margins of Lisbon.

    Miguel Gomes
    Friday 25 September 2009

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  • Tug of love: a cinema pilgrimage

    Nick James helps Tilda Swinton and Mark Cousins drag a cinema across the Highlands.

    Nick James
    Friday 14 August 2009

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