Sight & Sound articles

Talkies

The long take: a Kyiv symphony

Nearly a century ago, the beauty of Ukraine was captured by the man with a movie camera.

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: a Kyiv symphony
Features

Wandering souls: the ending of L’eclisse

By Paul Tickell

Wandering souls: the ending of L’eclisse
Features

Time at the bar: how every scene in EastEnders’ Queen Vic pub became an epic film event

By Matthew Harle

Time at the bar: how every scene in EastEnders’ Queen Vic pub became an epic film event
Talkies

Poll position: one more film

By David Thomson

Poll position: one more film
Features

Staying with the trouble: the ending of Wanda

By Becca Voelcker

Staying with the trouble: the ending of Wanda
Talkies

Cine wanderer: Venice visitors

By Phuong Le

Cine wanderer: Venice visitors
From the Sight and Sound archive

The Rolling Stones on film: Easy riders

By Shawn Levy

The Rolling Stones on film: Easy riders
Features

50 years of Frenzy, Alfred Hitchcock’s brazen British homecoming film

By Steph Green

50 years of Frenzy, Alfred Hitchcock’s brazen British homecoming film
Talkies

Poll position: why so serious?

By Christina Newland

Poll position: why so serious?
From the Sight and Sound archive

Gena Rowlands: performance from the inside out

By Lizzie Francke

Gena Rowlands: performance from the inside out
Features

The last duel: the ending of Sanjuro

By Philip Kemp

The last duel: the ending of Sanjuro
Talkies

Director’s chair: Prano Bailey-Bond

By Prano Bailey-Bond

Director’s chair: Prano Bailey-Bond
Where to begin

Where to begin with Menelik Shabazz

By Chantelle Lavel Boyea

Where to begin with Menelik Shabazz
Talkies

Poll position: Kaned!

By Kieron Corless

Poll position: Kaned!
Talkies

Cine wanderer: post-colonial Dakar

By Phuong Le

Cine wanderer: post-colonial Dakar
Black Film Bulletin

Freda: a vivid portrait of Haiti

By Yvonne Connikie

Freda: a vivid portrait of Haiti
Black Film Bulletin

Shoot the Messenger revisited

By Leila Latif

Shoot the Messenger revisited
Talkies

The long take: Titanic efforts

By Pamela Hutchinson

The long take: Titanic efforts
Where to begin

Where to begin with Judy Garland

By Nikki Baughan

Where to begin with Judy Garland
From the Sight and Sound archive

Charles Chaplin’s Limelight and “the elegant melancholy of twilight”

By Gavin Lambert

Charles Chaplin’s Limelight and “the elegant melancholy of twilight”
Features

What does ‘Bressonian’ really mean?

By Alex Barrett

What does ‘Bressonian’ really mean?
Features

Where to begin with Juzo Itami

By Hayley Scanlon

Where to begin with Juzo Itami
Features

Before Dracula: the early Christopher Lee films that shaped an acting legend

By Chloe Walker

Before Dracula: the early Christopher Lee films that shaped an acting legend
Features

New ways of being: how queer Asian films are moving beyond identity politics

By Ren Scateni

New ways of being: how queer Asian films are moving beyond identity politics
Features

Pleasures and pains of the flesh: women, physical autonomy and the New French Extremity

By Nikki Baughan

Pleasures and pains of the flesh: women, physical autonomy and the New French Extremity
Where to begin

Where to begin with Sam Raimi

By Martyn Conterio

Where to begin with Sam Raimi
From the Sight and Sound archive

Harvey Keitel on working with Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino and Abel Ferrara

By David Thompson

Harvey Keitel on working with Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino and Abel Ferrara
Features

Celtic cinema’s quiet coming of age

By Derek O’Connor

Celtic cinema’s quiet coming of age
Features

When Robert Altman made a rural horror movie: 50 years of Images

By Adam Scovell

When Robert Altman made a rural horror movie: 50 years of Images
Load more