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    Sight & Sound: the February 2018 issue

    Paul Thomas Anderson on Daniel Day Lewis and Phantom Thread; plus Nick Park’s Early Man, Alexander Payne’s Downsizing, Steven Spielberg’s The Post and a fresh look at Ingmar Bergman’s Faith Trilogy.

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  • Sight & Sound’s 25 best films of 2017

    Sight & Sound’s 25 best films of 2017

    We cast our poll open to the full spectrum of moving-image art works, and rising to the top are some exciting new voices and new forms.

  • The best films of 2017 – all the votes

    The best films of 2017 – all the votes

    Browse all 188 international contributors’ entries in our round-up of the year’s best movies, television and other related moving-image art works.

  • The best Blu-rays (and DVDs) of 2017

    The best Blu-rays (and DVDs) of 2017

    Thirty-nine critics and curators nominate their home-cinema releases of the year, from Baron Munchausen to Vampir Cuadecuc.
    Tuesday 12 December 2017

  • The best video essays of 2017

    The best video essays of 2017

    It’s been another boom year for the art of movie-based movie criticism – for better and sometimes worse. Kevin B. Lee and David Verdeure asked 33 top practitioners and scholars to pick out the best.
    Thursday 21 December 2017

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  • In her eyes: notes on Gloria Grahame (a video essay)

    In her eyes: notes on Gloria Grahame (a video essay)

    With a curl of her lip and an arch of her eyebrow, Gloria Grahame was the actress who stood up to both Humphrey Bogart and Lee Marvin in their most violent roles. In this video essay, Serena Bramble explores the burn mark Grahame left on the silver screen.


    Friday 24 November 2017

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  • Wrapped in plasticity: Twin Peaks’ myriad Laura Palmers

    Wrapped in plasticity: Twin Peaks’ myriad Laura Palmers

    Cristina Álvarez López and Adrian Martin conduct a forensic examination of the slippages at play in David Lynch and Mark Frost’s surrealistic investigative series.


    Friday 28 April 2017

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  • Hollywood icon/oclast: the art of Jack Nicholson

    Hollywood icon/oclast: the art of Jack Nicholson

    From New Hollywood rebel to arch Hollywood devil, Jack Nicholson has been our gold-standard baby boomer, on the run from his demons even as he upends the world – and hounds down the last laugh. As he turns 80, Leigh Singer looks back at the art of Jack.


    Friday 21 April 2017

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  • Video essay: What is neorealism?

    Video essay: What is neorealism?

    kogonada pits the director of The Bicycle Thieves against the producer of Gone with the Wind on the same movie material.


    Friday 17 May 2013

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