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9 times film critic Raymond Durgnat disagreed with everyone

Twenty years after his death, we remember the influential British film critic Raymond Durgnat and his willingness to go his own way.

By Henry K Miller

9 times film critic Raymond Durgnat disagreed with everyone
Features

Hitchcock’s sci-fi movie, “a forecast of days to come”

By Henry K Miller

Hitchcock’s sci-fi movie, “a forecast of days to come”
Reviews

The Many Saints of Newark can’t escape the baggage of The Sopranos

By Henry K Miller

The Many Saints of Newark can’t escape the baggage of The Sopranos
The Greatest Films of All Time

The Poll before the Polls: Sight and Sound’s 1941 ‘Quiz on Film Classics’

By Henry K Miller

The Poll before the Polls: Sight and Sound’s 1941 ‘Quiz on Film Classics’
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
Features

How a pioneering cinema season tackled disability, 40 years ago

By Henry K Miller

How a pioneering cinema season tackled disability, 40 years ago
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
The best of 2020

Mank nips itself in the Rosebud

By Henry K Miller

Mank nips itself in the Rosebud
Reviews

The Trial of the Chicago 7 pits Aaron Sorkin against his 1960s radical heroes

By Henry K Miller

The Trial of the Chicago 7 pits Aaron Sorkin against his 1960s radical heroes
Features

The woman who fell to earth: Tilda Swinton, Peter Wollen and Friendship’s Death

By Henry K Miller

The woman who fell to earth: Tilda Swinton, Peter Wollen and Friendship’s Death
Reviews

The Devil All the Time review: a deadening slab of American gothic

By Henry K Miller

The Devil All the Time review: a deadening slab of American gothic
Features

“The tramp stuff”: when Hitchcock first came to Hollywood

By Henry K Miller

“The tramp stuff”: when Hitchcock first came to Hollywood
Features

Lorenza Mazzetti obituary: a survivor from war-torn Italy who took Free Cinema to Cannes

By Henry K Miller

Lorenza Mazzetti obituary: a survivor from war-torn Italy who took Free Cinema to Cannes
Features

Peter Wollen obituary: the maven of British film theory

By Henry K Miller

Peter Wollen obituary: the maven of British film theory
Interviews

Cinema showman Tony Jones looks back

By Henry K Miller

Cinema showman Tony Jones looks back
Reviews

Film of the week: Loro satirises Silvio Berlusconi and his critics

By Henry K Miller

Film of the week: Loro satirises Silvio Berlusconi and his critics
Reviews

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review: a wider webbed world

By Henry K Miller

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review: a wider webbed world
Features

The nonconformist: Marco Bellocchio and his protest cinema

By Henry K Miller

The nonconformist: Marco Bellocchio and his protest cinema
Reviews

Film of the week: Downsizing plots an unpredictable course into American purgatory

By Henry K Miller

Film of the week: Downsizing plots an unpredictable course into American purgatory
Reviews

Kingsman: the Golden Circle review – taboo-busting ultra-tedium

By Henry K Miller

Kingsman: the Golden Circle review – taboo-busting ultra-tedium
Reviews

Film of the week: Baby Driver, Edgar Wright’s mixtape on wheels

By Henry K Miller

Film of the week: Baby Driver, Edgar Wright’s mixtape on wheels
Reviews

T2 Trainspotting review: a diluted fix of ’96

By Henry K Miller

T2 Trainspotting review: a diluted fix of ’96
Reviews

Film of the week: Paterson, Jim Jarmusch’s retro idyll

By Henry K Miller

Film of the week: Paterson, Jim Jarmusch’s retro idyll
News

Cambridge Film Festival 2016: Where artists and archives meet

By Henry K Miller

Cambridge Film Festival 2016: Where artists and archives meet
News

Missing believed garbled: Hitchcock’s first steps in film

By Henry K Miller

Missing believed garbled: Hitchcock’s first steps in film
Features

A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating

By Anne Billson, Mark Cousins and others

A pantheon of one’s own: 25 female film critics worth celebrating
Reviews

Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

By Henry K Miller

Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Reviews

Film of the week: Skyfall

By Henry K Miller

Film of the week: Skyfall
Features

Creative destruction: Better Books, Cinema 65 and the birth of the London film underground

By Henry K Miller

Creative destruction: Better Books, Cinema 65 and the birth of the London film underground
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