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Features

Handling the truth: documenting conspiracy in the age of misinformation

Two gripping new documentaries about political killings, Assassins and The Dissident, deploy the tension-building techniques of the espionage thriller. We hear from Ryan White and Bryan Fogel, their respective directors, about pursuing and portraying the truth.

By Jonathan Romney

Handling the truth: documenting conspiracy in the age of misinformation
News

Sight & Sound: the April 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the April 2021 issue
Features

In the beginning: cinema’s murky origin story

By Peter Domankiewicz

In the beginning: cinema’s murky origin story
My Dream Palace

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas

By Thomas Flew

Let there be projector light: 80 films that take us inside cinemas
From the Sight and Sound archive

“Bogarde is exactly ripe for this role”: on the set of Visconti’s Death in Venice

By Margaret Hinxman

“Bogarde is exactly ripe for this role”: on the set of Visconti’s Death in Venice
Reviews

The Stylist is a cut-throat hairdresser horror story

By Jason Anderson

The Stylist is a cut-throat hairdresser horror story
In partnership with JNTO

A cinephile’s guide to Japan

By Jasper Sharp

A cinephile’s guide to Japan
Interviews

Riz Ahmed: “I want to be the change”

By Kaleem Aftab

Riz Ahmed: “I want to be the change”
Reviews

Call My Agent! Season 4 gives its guest stars the run of the show

By Jonathan Romney

Call My Agent! Season 4 gives its guest stars the run of the show
My Dream Palace

“We can’t be so individualistic that we lose these shared experiences”: Lulu Wang on why the world needs cinemas

By Lulu Wang

“We can’t be so individualistic that we lose these shared experiences”: Lulu Wang on why the world needs cinemas
Lists

The most anticipated films of 2021

By Thomas Flew, Devika Girish and others

The most anticipated films of 2021
Features

The many faces of Arsène Lupin

By Pamela Hutchinson

The many faces of Arsène Lupin
In partnership with JNTO

Kawase Naomi: looking from the outside in

By Jasper Sharp

Kawase Naomi: looking from the outside in
From the Sight and Sound archive

“I am NOT going to write my memoirs!”: Gloria Swanson talks pictures

By Rui Nogueira

“I am NOT going to write my memoirs!”: Gloria Swanson talks pictures
Features

Power to the people: Shaka King on Judas and the Black Messiah

By Nicholas Russell

Power to the people: Shaka King on Judas and the Black Messiah
Lists

The most anticipated television of 2021

By Pamela Hutchinson

The most anticipated television of 2021
Reviews

Landscapes of Resistance sculpts a hope-filled monument to the life of an Auschwitz survivor

By Cathy Brennan

Landscapes of Resistance sculpts a hope-filled monument to the life of an Auschwitz survivor
Festivals

Gritt follows a woman’s self-destructive, determined dreams of artistic glory

By Ela Bittencourt

Gritt follows a woman’s self-destructive, determined dreams of artistic glory
Interviews

“I was Buñuel’s double”: Jean-Claude Carrière at home

By Adam Preston

“I was Buñuel’s double”: Jean-Claude Carrière at home
Obituaries

Giuseppe Rotunno was one of the great Italian cinematographers

By Pasquale Iannone

Giuseppe Rotunno was one of the great Italian cinematographers
Reviews

Slalom is a chilling sexual assault story in the world of elite Alpine skiing

By Kate Stables

Slalom is a chilling sexual assault story in the world of elite Alpine skiing
Reviews

The Twentieth Century tells a bastardised history of Canadian politics

By Thomas Flew

The Twentieth Century tells a bastardised history of Canadian politics
Reviews

Malcolm and Marie is a long night’s shallow film lecture

By Nadine Deller

Malcolm and Marie is a long night’s shallow film lecture
In partnership with JNTO

Tokyo rising: how Japan’s new wave rose – and broke

By Donald Richie

Tokyo rising: how Japan’s new wave rose – and broke
Reviews

Dead Pigs entwines social satire and family drama amongst the simulacra of modern China

By Ela Bittencourt

Dead Pigs entwines social satire and family drama amongst the simulacra of modern China
Festivals

All Light, Everywhere is an illuminative meditation on the nature of seeing

By Laura Jacobs

All Light, Everywhere is an illuminative meditation on the nature of seeing
Reviews

PVT Chat sees digital dominatrix fantasy collide with grim New York reality

By Nikki Baughan

PVT Chat sees digital dominatrix fantasy collide with grim New York reality
Reviews

The Columnist scrawls a story of Twitter troll comeuppance

By Madeleine Wall

The Columnist scrawls a story of Twitter troll comeuppance
Interviews

In memory of Moufida Tlatli: a conversation about The Silences of the Palace

By Laura Mulvey

In memory of Moufida Tlatli: a conversation about The Silences of the Palace
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