All articles by Pamela Hutchinson

The best of 2021

2021: the year in archive cinema

With some in-person archive festivals returning alongside a range of new online events, this was a year of cinematic rediscovery

By Pamela Hutchinson

2021: the year in archive cinema
The future of film

Sofia Coppola on the future of film

By Pamela Hutchinson

Sofia Coppola on the future of film
Reviews

The Lost Daughter explores the dark side of motherhood with a risky drama that feels closer to a thriller

By Pamela Hutchinson

The Lost Daughter explores the dark side of motherhood with a risky drama that feels closer to a thriller
Talkies

The long take: Cinematic monuments

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: Cinematic monuments
Reviews

Natural Light is a film begrimed with the collective guilt of moral cowardice

By Pamela Hutchinson

Natural Light is a film begrimed with the collective guilt of moral cowardice
Talkies

The long take: No crying in journalism

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: No crying in journalism
Talkies

The long take: In praise of remakes

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: In praise of remakes
Talkies

The long take: Ten-storey love song

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: Ten-storey love song
Talkies

The long take: New York stories

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: New York stories
10 great

10 great Hollywood melodramas of the 1940s

By Pamela Hutchinson

10 great Hollywood melodramas of the 1940s
10 great

10 great British silent films

By Bryony Dixon, Neil Brand and others

10 great British silent films
Reviews

After Love grieves for a house divided by the English Channel

By Pamela Hutchinson

After Love grieves for a house divided by the English Channel
Reviews

My New York Year tenderly pens a literary assistant’s memoir

By Pamela Hutchinson

My New York Year tenderly pens a literary assistant’s memoir
Lists

Finds of the century: 12 great films from 1921

By Bryony Dixon and Pamela Hutchinson

Finds of the century: 12 great films from 1921
Features

Cinema paradiso: a tour through the BFI Southbank’s history

By Pamela Hutchinson

Cinema paradiso: a tour through the BFI Southbank’s history
Features

Believe the hype? What NFTs mean for film

By Pamela Hutchinson

Believe the hype? What NFTs mean for film
Reviews

Your Honor knots together the high and low of a morally murky New Orleans

By Pamela Hutchinson

Your Honor knots together the high and low of a morally murky New Orleans
Features

The many faces of Arsène Lupin

By Pamela Hutchinson

The many faces of Arsène Lupin
Lists

The most anticipated television of 2021

By Pamela Hutchinson

The most anticipated television of 2021
The best of 2020

Beginning weighs subjugation and subservience in a Georgian religious sect

By Pamela Hutchinson

Beginning weighs subjugation and subservience in a Georgian religious sect
From the Sight and Sound archive

Remake/remodel: 45 weird and wonderful alternative film cuts

By James Bell, Tom Charity and others

Remake/remodel: 45 weird and wonderful alternative film cuts
Reviews

Farewell Amor follows an immigrant family’s wanderings in their new land

By Pamela Hutchinson

Farewell Amor follows an immigrant family’s wanderings in their new land
Reviews

Luxor nurses old love and lost innocence in Egypt

By Pamela Hutchinson

Luxor nurses old love and lost innocence in Egypt
Obituaries

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor

By Pamela Hutchinson

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor
Features

Black voices in silent cinema

By Pamela Hutchinson

Black voices in silent cinema
Features

Films and TV to look out for in 2020 – still

By Pamela Hutchinson

Films and TV to look out for in 2020 – still
Reviews

The Old Guard review: immortal warriors assemble

By Pamela Hutchinson

The Old Guard review: immortal warriors assemble
Where to stream

Where to stream the best silent films

By Pamela Hutchinson

Where to stream the best silent films
Features

Diana Serra Cary – aka ‘Baby Peggy’ Montgomery – obituary: the early child star who became an activist for Hollywood’s children

By Pamela Hutchinson

Diana Serra Cary – aka ‘Baby Peggy’ Montgomery – obituary: the early child star who became an activist for Hollywood’s children
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