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  • On the road to Telluride

    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”.

    Nick James
    Saturday 17 September 2011

    Festivals

  • FrightFest 2011: Women and horror

    Mark Pilkington on The Woman, and two female-directed discoveries that bring “warmth and rounded characterisation to a genre that so often lacks it”.

    Mark Pilkington
    Thursday 1 September 2011

    Festivals

  • Raúl Ruiz, 1941-2011

    Jonathan Romney remembers the Chilean film director and polymath.

    Jonathan Romney
    Wednesday 24 August 2011

    Obituaries

  • Revenge of the fleshpit!

    Mark Pilkington remembers the Scala, London’s classiest and trashiest cinema.

    Mark Pilkington
    Wednesday 17 August 2011

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  • Music video blog: Playing pirates

    David Knight hijacks the airwaves to show today’s kids a thing or two.

    David Knight
    Wednesday 17 August 2011

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  • B.D. Garga, 1924-2011

    Documentary maker, film historian and benefactor of world cinema.

    Jill Dimmock
    Tuesday 9 August 2011

    Obituaries

  • Women on film competition: the results

    Tallying the entries for our amateur female film scribes’ challenge.

    Nick Bradshaw, Thirza Wakefield, Emily Ryan, Anna Valdez Hanks, Julia Bell
    Monday 18 July 2011

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  • Restoration heaven: Il Cinema Ritrovato 2011

    Jonathan Rosenbaum goes reevaluating the films of Soviet dramatist Boris Barnet, Howard Hawks and Louis Feuillade’s muse Musidora at Bolgona’s ‘festival of rediscoveries’.

    Jonathan Rosenbaum
    Thursday 7 July 2011

    Festivals

  • Midnight Sun 2011: Let there be light

    Nick James investigates a wonderful blend of cinema and mild carousing with luminaries including Aki Kaurismäki, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Atom Egoyan and cinematographer Michael Chapman.

    Nick James
    Thursday 7 July 2011

    Festivals

  • The three o’clock rite: Ingmar Bergman’s home cinema

    Lena Bergman remembers the viewing habits of her father Ingmar Bergman in his unique private cinema, a converted barn on Fårö, the Baltic island where he lived until his death in 2007.

    Lena Bergman
    Thursday 30 June 2011

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