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Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival 2021 round-up: loops and cycles in a world of stasis

The Scottish festival’s second online edition took inspiration from a year of disruption and dislocation for a programme that made good use of its online exhibition space.

By Ben Nicholson

Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival 2021 round-up: loops and cycles in a world of stasis
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Undergods searches a dystopian city for fragments of male ego

By Alex Ramon

Undergods searches a dystopian city for fragments of male ego
From the Sight and Sound archive

Rhapsody in blue: Barry Jenkins on Moonlight

By Gaylene Gould

Rhapsody in blue: Barry Jenkins on Moonlight
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A Space in Time explores parental bonds and societal stigmas in a family living with disabilities

By Carmen Gray

A Space in Time explores parental bonds and societal stigmas in a family living with disabilities
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The Nevers is a cynical attempt at steampunk fantasy coolness

By Hannah McGill

The Nevers is a cynical attempt at steampunk fantasy coolness
Interviews

“The Human Voice came about as a caprice”: Pedro Almodóvar on his spellbinding lockdown project

By Mar Diestro-Dópido

“The Human Voice came about as a caprice”: Pedro Almodóvar on his spellbinding lockdown project
Reviews

Servants takes up the fight to separate church from Czechoslovak state

By Thomas Flew

Servants takes up the fight to separate church from Czechoslovak state
News

Sight & Sound: the June 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the June 2021 issue
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Charlatan diagnoses fear and malady in post-war Czechoslavakia

By Carmen Gray

Charlatan diagnoses fear and malady in post-war Czechoslavakia
From the Sight and Sound archive

On beauties and their beasts

By Marina Warner

On beauties and their beasts
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Zana explores a Kosovan town obsessed with a woman’s fertility

By Lisa Mullen

Zana explores a Kosovan town obsessed with a woman’s fertility
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Cowboys rides all guns blazing into its transgender childhood story

By Alex Davidson

Cowboys rides all guns blazing into its transgender childhood story
Interviews

Barry Jenkins is rebuilding American history with The Underground Railroad

By Devika Girish

Barry Jenkins is rebuilding American history with The Underground Railroad
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Antebellum is an unpleasantly brutal depiction of anti-Black racism

By Leila Latif

Antebellum is an unpleasantly brutal depiction of anti-Black racism
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Apples is a memorably deadpan take on the will to forget

By Anton Bitel

Apples is a memorably deadpan take on the will to forget
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Atlantis imagines mere glints of hope in a post-traumatic Ukraine

By Jessica Kiang

Atlantis imagines mere glints of hope in a post-traumatic Ukraine
Interviews

How do actors like Daniel Kaluuya and Daisy Edgar-Jones master new accents?

By Nicole Davis

How do actors like Daniel Kaluuya and Daisy Edgar-Jones master new accents?
Reviews

The Flight Attendant is pandemic escapism at its finest

By Kate Stables

The Flight Attendant is pandemic escapism at its finest
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Violation twists the rape-revenge subgenre into anti-fantasy

By Katherine McLaughlin

Violation twists the rape-revenge subgenre into anti-fantasy
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Labyrinth of Cinema summons peace through frenetic cinephilia

By Tony Rayns

Labyrinth of Cinema summons peace through frenetic cinephilia
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Identifying Features shines a light on Mexico’s disappeared as a mother searches for the truth

By Anjana Janardhan

Identifying Features shines a light on Mexico’s disappeared as a mother searches for the truth
From the Sight and Sound archive

The dewdrop on a blade of grass: Satyajit Ray in conversation

By Folke Isaksson

The dewdrop on a blade of grass: Satyajit Ray in conversation
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Between the Lines: the 90s British policier that trumps Line of Duty

By Robert Hanks

Between the Lines: the 90s British policier that trumps Line of Duty
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Exterminate All the Brutes tracks the march of genocide

By Paul Tickell

Exterminate All the Brutes tracks the march of genocide
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Truman and Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation shows two great American writers as friends and rivals

By Ela Bittencourt

Truman and Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation shows two great American writers as friends and rivals
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X&Y tests the intersections of art and gender

By Tara Judah

X&Y tests the intersections of art and gender
Interviews

“Every movie is in some way a road movie”: Monte Hellman looks back

By Matthew Thrift

“Every movie is in some way a road movie”: Monte Hellman looks back
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Nomadland finds beauty on the rugged, ruthless open road

By Beatrice Loayza

Nomadland finds beauty on the rugged, ruthless open road
Interviews

“Most adaptations are terrible…”: Colson Whitehead on entrusting The Underground Railroad to Barry Jenkins

“Most adaptations are terrible…”: Colson Whitehead on entrusting The Underground Railroad to Barry Jenkins
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