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News

BAFTAs 2021: the winners in full

Nomadland gets four BAFTAs, including best film, best director and best actress for Frances McDormand.

BAFTAs 2021: the winners in full
5 things to watch

5 things to watch this weekend – 9 to 11 April

By Samuel Wigley

5 things to watch this weekend – 9 to 11 April
Interviews

Beyond belief: Dea Kulumbegashvili on Beginning

By Jonathan Romney

Beyond belief: Dea Kulumbegashvili on Beginning
10 great

10 great Argentinian films of the 21st century

By Maria Delgado and Cecilia Sosa

10 great Argentinian films of the 21st century
Features

Believe the hype? What NFTs mean for film

By Pamela Hutchinson

Believe the hype? What NFTs mean for film
News

New charity challenging Muslim stereotypes on screen launches at BFI

New charity challenging Muslim stereotypes on screen launches at BFI
News

35th BFI Flare closes after record digital reach and audience attendance

35th BFI Flare closes after record digital reach and audience attendance
Reviews

Bloodlands dredges up Northern Ireland’s troubled past

By Trevor Johnston

Bloodlands dredges up Northern Ireland’s troubled past
News

Sight & Sound: the May 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the May 2021 issue
Where to begin

Where to begin with Andrea Arnold

By Brogan Morris

Where to begin with Andrea Arnold
Lists

Roger Corman: 10 essential films

By Chloe Walker

Roger Corman: 10 essential films
Lists

10 key jazz films

By Jonathan Romney

10 key jazz films
From the Sight and Sound archive

How the movies woke up to jazz

By Tom Milne

How the movies woke up to jazz
5 things to watch

5 things to watch this Easter weekend – 2 to 5 April

By Samuel Wigley

5 things to watch this Easter weekend – 2 to 5 April
Reviews

The Drifters is a stylish road movie cramped by little England

By Trevor Johnston

The Drifters is a stylish road movie cramped by little England
Reviews

The Night fills a haunted hotel with manifestations of migrant paranoia

By Kim Newman

The Night fills a haunted hotel with manifestations of migrant paranoia
Reviews

ZeroZeroZero is a globetrotting narcotics thriller where power is the real drug

By Nikki Baughan

ZeroZeroZero is a globetrotting narcotics thriller where power is the real drug
Reviews

Godzilla vs. Kong is a giant alpha-male roughhouse

By Kim Newman

Godzilla vs. Kong is a giant alpha-male roughhouse
Features

Cherry blossom season: 13 visions of springtime in Japanese cinema

By Hayley Scanlon

Cherry blossom season: 13 visions of springtime in Japanese cinema
Reviews

Undine is a modern-day fairytale romance, between diver and water nymph

By Jonathan Romney

Undine is a modern-day fairytale romance, between diver and water nymph
Reviews

Framing Britney Spears joins the shame game

By Hannah McGill

Framing Britney Spears joins the shame game
Features

No success like failure – a natural history of the film maudit

By J. Hoberman

No success like failure – a natural history of the film maudit
Reviews

Minari puts faith in the verdant fields of a Korean family’s Arkansas farm

By Philip Kemp

Minari puts faith in the verdant fields of a Korean family’s Arkansas farm
Reviews

Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché remembers the fizz and the fallout

By Frances Morgan

Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché remembers the fizz and the fallout
Reviews

Moxie rekindles the riot grrrl spirit – original blinkers and all

By Nadine Deller

Moxie rekindles the riot grrrl spirit – original blinkers and all
My Dream Palace

“It was fairly anarchic…” Nick Broomfield recalls Greek cinema under the stars with all-natural extras

By Nick Broomfield

“It was fairly anarchic…” Nick Broomfield recalls Greek cinema under the stars with all-natural extras
Where to begin

Where to begin with Louis Malle

By Elena Lazic

Where to begin with Louis Malle
Reviews

Can’t Get You out of My Head gets lost in its own thoughts

By Hannah McGill

Can’t Get You out of My Head gets lost in its own thoughts
Reviews

Tina tells it her way

By Andrew Simpson

Tina tells it her way
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