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  • The land still lies: Handsworth Songs and the English riots

    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.

    Mark Fisher
    Tuesday 27 September 2011

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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

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  • 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

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  • Raúl Ruiz, 1941-2011

    Jonathan Romney remembers the Chilean film director and polymath.

    Jonathan Romney
    Wednesday 24 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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  • 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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  • B.D. Garga, 1924-2011

    Documentary maker, film historian and benefactor of world cinema.

    Jill Dimmock
    Tuesday 9 August 2011

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  • 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

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  • 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

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