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  • Heinz Emigholz: building in time

    Over the past two decades Heinz Emigholz has made a remarkable series of filmic monuments to the Modern age through studies of its architecture. His new film The Airstrip drops the bomb on the project, writes Aaron Cutler.

    Aaron Cutler
    Wednesday 6 August 2014

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  • From the Magazine

    Eli Wallach: the gun beneath the bubbles

    Republished to mark Eli Wallach’s death, this interview from 2005 celebrates a veteran performer who often played the heavy against starrier names. His signature role is one of the great western rogues: Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

    John Exshaw
    Wednesday 25 June 2014

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  • Memories are made of this: 36 and Mary is Happy, Mary is Happy

    Thai director Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit portrays a digital generation who can’t recall this life, let alone past ones, finds Trevor Johnston.

    Trevor Johnston
    Thursday 5 June 2014

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  • Free anime: Mizue Mirai, wizard of blobs and blocks

    Japan’s answer to the likes of Oskar Fischinger and Norman McLaren talks to Jasper Sharp about his synaesthetic “cell animation”, why he hand-draws computer-animated lookalikes and his one-man Exquisite corpse-style motion epic Wonder.

    Jasper Sharp
    Friday 9 May 2014

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  • Hold that look: Godfrey Reggio on Visitors

    The director of Koyaanisqatsi would like us to be still now, he tells Trevor Johnston.

    Trevor Johnston
    Thursday 3 April 2014

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  • From the Magazine

    The Sight & Sound interview: James Benning

    Legendary for the formal rigour and patience of his landscape films, and for his devotion to 16mm, the American filmmaker and teacher has lately embraced digital technology. He talks about manipulation, reality, liberty, and the pleasures of watching paint dry with Nick Bradshaw.

    Nick Bradshaw
    Wednesday 2 April 2014

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  • Safe harbour: David Hare on Turks & Caicos

    Britain “finest living dramatist” talks to Adam Preston about moving between the stage, cinema and television, the perils of improvisation and the mutual benefits of working with American actors.

    Adam Preston
    Thursday 20 March 2014

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    Away from the picture: Mica Levi on her Under the Skin soundtrack

    Inspired by her modern classical experiment Chopped and Screwed, it took Jonathan Glazer barely ten seconds to choose Mica Levi as the composer of Under the Skin. She speaks to Jonathan Romney.

    Jonathan Romney
    Wednesday 12 March 2014

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  • Digital native: Chris Parks

    The leading stereography supervisor discusses the lessons learnt from his work on Gravity and the way forward for 3D with Ian Christie.

    Ian Christie
    Monday 10 March 2014

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  • An epic revisited: Jeremy Thomas on The Last Emperor 3D

    The producer of the 1987 Oscar-winning epic The Last Emperor tells Ian Christie about its recent 3D post-conversion.

    Ian Christie
    Monday 10 March 2014

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