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Nick Pinkerton is your guide through the cinema of the Gothic tradition from the American South – films steeped in dark family secrets, lost loves and the ghosts of slavery, set in crumbling ante-bellum mansions, populated by exiles and eccentrics and coloured by the prospect of macabre violence.
Sunday 10 May 2015
Erstwhile film critic Gabe Klinger shows there’s life beyond occasional contributions to Sight & Sound. Nick James is shocked.
Wednesday 15 April 2015
Jay Weissberg reports on the restoration premiere of a 99-year-old Holmes adaptation starring one of the Edwardian era’s greatest stage performers of the role.
Tuesday 14 April 2015
Jem Cohen’s Counting spurs the question: is the essay film the natural stalking ground for cinema’s lone crusaders? Michael Pattison considers.
Thursday 26 March 2015
Just as Věra Chytilová’s films were avant-garde spectacles, so too were the Czech posters that advertised them, discovers Isabel Stevens.
Monday 16 March 2015
A selection of critics and curators each nominate a vital female voice in film criticism, with an example of their writing.
Miriam Bale, Anne Billson, Mark Cousins, Jemma Desai, Bryony Dixon, Jane Giles, Pamela Hutchinson, Nick James, Violet Lucca, So Mayer, Henry K Miller, Nathalie Morris, Nick Pinkerton, Jonathan Romney, Jonathan Rosenbaum, Claire Smith, Kate Stables, Francine Stock, Isabel Stevens, Matthew Sweet, Ginette Vincendeau, Thirza Wakefield, Ben Walters, Catherine Wheatley, Rob Winter
Sunday 8 March 2015
Low-budget, high-philosophy sci-fi forays – including the recent Ex Machina, Predestination and Coherence – remind us of the intrinsic visionary potential of imaginative narrative and editing, says Jonathan Romney.
Tuesday 24 February 2015
Ashley Clark on how 1913’s Bert Williams Lime Kiln Club Field Day finally got its field day.
Thursday 18 December 2014
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