In memory of the late “Peckinpah of the South Downs”, Jeff Keen, who died yesterday, we reprint Will Fowler’s profile written for the BFI’s 2009 retrospective of the artist’s work.
Just when you thought it was safe to shed your 3D glasses, the South Koreans have added another ‘dimension’ to the movies. Jasper Sharp returns from the east in some physical confusion.
Agata Pyzik explores the life’s work of a versatile provocateur who straddled art and exploitation.
Japanese director Shindo Kaneto, famed for ghost classic Onibaba, died on 29 May at the age of 100. Alexander Jacoby pays tribute.
The Spook Who Sat by the Door might long have been recognised as one of the great African-American calls to arms – had it not been suppressed by the FBI, says David Somerset.
With Sight & Sound’s once-in-a-decade Greatest Film of All Time poll looming in 2012, David Thomson launches a series of occasional debates on the canon, here wondering whether Citizen Kane will – or should – retain its top spot.