All articles by Geoffrey Macnab

From the Sight and Sound archive

Before Bond: Sean Connery’s early years

We revisit Connery’s early career in film and television, to reveal how a working-class Scottish actor became a suave English icon – from our October 1992 issue, in memory of the late Sean Connery.

By Geoffrey Macnab

Before Bond: Sean Connery’s early years
Features

Max von Sydow: Bergman and beyond

By Geoffrey Macnab

Max von Sydow: Bergman and beyond
Features

Pierre Lhomme obituary: a DP and film lover, from the New Wave to Merchant Ivory

By Geoffrey Macnab

Pierre Lhomme obituary: a DP and film lover, from the New Wave to Merchant Ivory
Features

Nick Roddick obituary: a journalist with a passion for the art and business of film

By Geoffrey Macnab

Nick Roddick obituary: a journalist with a passion for the art and business of film
Interviews

Fiona Tan on Ascent: “A mountain will always escape a photograph”

By Geoffrey Macnab

Fiona Tan on Ascent: “A mountain will always escape a photograph”
Interviews

The treble: Jesse Eisenberg, from screen to stage to page

By Geoffrey Macnab

The treble: Jesse Eisenberg, from screen to stage to page
Reviews

Film of the week: The Hunt

By Geoffrey Macnab

Film of the week: The Hunt