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Interviews

“I like cinema that cracks open your sense of the world”: Remi Weekes on His House

The director of the spooky-asylum horror His House talks about the craft of horror, cold welcomes and bendable reality.

By Leila Latif

“I like cinema that cracks open your sense of the world”: Remi Weekes on His House
Reviews

Ghost Strata continues Ben Rivers’ cinematic archaeology

By Giovanni Marchini Camia

Ghost Strata continues Ben Rivers’ cinematic archaeology
Festivals

Horror islands: seven British domestic shockers (and an American special case) at Halloween FrightFest 2020

By Anton Bitel

Horror islands: seven British domestic shockers (and an American special case) at Halloween FrightFest 2020
Obituaries

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor

By Pamela Hutchinson

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor
Reviews

The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta

By Thomas Flew

The Salt in Our Waters kicks up stormy arguments in the Ganges Delta
Reviews

Carmilla stirs old sapphic terrors

By Kim Newman

Carmilla stirs old sapphic terrors
From the Sight & Sound archive

Love to death: Hitchcock, Du Maurier and Rebecca

By Alison Light

Love to death: Hitchcock, Du Maurier and Rebecca
Reviews

Body of Water gives us haunting fragments of a photographer’s anorexia

By Catherine Wheatley

Body of Water gives us haunting fragments of a photographer’s anorexia
Reviews

Eyimofe (This Is My Desire) charts broken dreams of migration in an indomitable Lagos

By Chrystel Oloukoi

Eyimofe (This Is My Desire) charts broken dreams of migration in an indomitable Lagos
Interviews

“In the end you can’t help but make stuff in a postmodern way”: Ben Wheatley on re-filming Rebecca

By Christina Newland

“In the end you can’t help but make stuff in a postmodern way”: Ben Wheatley on re-filming Rebecca
Reviews

Limbo gives a Scottish welcome to four far-flung refugees

By Rebecca Harrison

Limbo gives a Scottish welcome to four far-flung refugees
Interviews

“I wanted it to feel like a river, like memory”: Garrett Bradley on Time

By Devika Girish

“I wanted it to feel like a river, like memory”: Garrett Bradley on Time
Festivals

Expanded Reality at the 2020 London Film Festival

By Marisol Grandon

Expanded Reality at the 2020 London Film Festival
Interviews

“Sometimes the scariest place to get trapped is inside your own mind”: Rose Glass on Saint Maud

By Mike Williams

“Sometimes the scariest place to get trapped is inside your own mind”: Rose Glass on Saint Maud
Reviews

Play for Today: the TV series at the heart of 1970s British filmmaking

By Robert Hanks

Play for Today: the TV series at the heart of 1970s British filmmaking
Reviews

Time is a powerful distillation of lives divided

By Nadine Deller

Time is a powerful distillation of lives divided
Reviews

Genus Pan takes a journey to the heart of Filipino darkness

By Jordan Cronk

Genus Pan takes a journey to the heart of Filipino darkness
Reviews

Supernova burns with love at the last

By Jessica Kiang

Supernova burns with love at the last
Reviews

In The Forty-Year-Old Version, Radha Blank hoists her own star

By Violet Lucca

In The Forty-Year-Old Version, Radha Blank hoists her own star
From the Sight & Sound archive

Colonial guilt: India Song and Marguerite Duras

By Carlos Clarens

Colonial guilt: India Song and Marguerite Duras
Reviews

The Haunting of Bly Manor review: Bly’s spirits bring the haunted manor back to life

By Anton Bitel

The Haunting of Bly Manor review: Bly’s spirits bring the haunted manor back to life
Reviews

The Disciple review: Chaitanya Tamhane considers the limits of musical control

By Kaleem Aftab

The Disciple review: Chaitanya Tamhane considers the limits of musical control
Reviews

Kajillionaire review: Miranda July pulls off a salty family con drama

By Ryan Gilbey

Kajillionaire review: Miranda July pulls off a salty family con drama
News

Sight & Sound: the November 2020 issue

Sight & Sound: the November 2020 issue
Lists

The female horror renaissance: a watchlist

By Anna Bogutskaya

The female horror renaissance: a watchlist
Polls

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women

By Isabel Stevens, Bryony Dixon and others

The female gaze: 100 overlooked films directed by women
Reviews

Dick Johnson Is Dead review: resurrections beat the blues

By Hannah McGill

Dick Johnson Is Dead review: resurrections beat the blues
Reviews

On the Rocks review: Sofia Coppola explores mommy and daddy issues

By Nikki Baughan

On the Rocks review: Sofia Coppola explores mommy and daddy issues
Reviews

Eternal Beauty review: a stylish mental health drama with skin deep insight

By Alex Ramon

Eternal Beauty review: a stylish mental health drama with skin deep insight
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