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Red Moon Tide resurrects the myths of Galicia’s shipwrecked shoreline

Conjuring lost sailors and sea monsters from the thresholds of fact and folklore, Lois Patiño’s eerie incantation finds bold new images of time in the coastal mist.

By Jordan Cronk

Red Moon Tide resurrects the myths of Galicia’s shipwrecked shoreline
Features

Jonathan Gili: curiosities from the filing cabinet of a BBC documentarist

By Fabian Macpherson

Jonathan Gili: curiosities from the filing cabinet of a BBC documentarist
Where to begin

Where to begin with Nicolas Winding Refn

By Thomas Newlove

Where to begin with Nicolas Winding Refn
Features

When the lights went out: cinemas during World War II

By Henry K Miller

When the lights went out: cinemas during World War II
News

BFI Southbank confirms 17 May reopening and forthcoming programme

BFI Southbank confirms 17 May reopening and forthcoming programme
5 things to watch

5 things to watch this weekend – 16 to 18 April

By Samuel Wigley

5 things to watch this weekend – 16 to 18 April
From the Sight and Sound archive

“You never stop moving! You never go anywhere!”: the final scene of Shampoo

By Sheila O'Malley

“You never stop moving! You never go anywhere!”: the final scene of Shampoo
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