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Ned Beatty brought a spark to his character parts

From Deliverance to Nashville to Network (and Toy Story 3), Beatty was the consummate actor – and astute about his directors, too.

By Tom Charity

Ned Beatty brought a spark to his character parts
News

Sight & Sound: the Summer 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the Summer 2021 issue
News

“It’s almost like a silent movie”: Mark Jenkin on his upcoming 1970s-set horror Enys Men

By Isabel Stevens

“It’s almost like a silent movie”: Mark Jenkin on his upcoming 1970s-set horror Enys Men
Obituaries

The disappearance of Kevin Jackson

By Matthew Sweet

The disappearance of Kevin Jackson
Festivals

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

By Ben Nicholson

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

RIP Monte Hellman, patron saint of obsessional cinephiles

By Brad Stevens

RIP Monte Hellman, patron saint of obsessional cinephiles
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Sight & Sound: the May 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the May 2021 issue
Obituaries

RIP Bertrand Tavernier, a stalwart of social-minded cinema

By David Thompson

RIP Bertrand Tavernier, a stalwart of social-minded cinema
Obituaries

Norman J. Warren: the gentleman of English exploitation

By Josephine Botting

Norman J. Warren: the gentleman of English exploitation
Obituaries

In memory of Raymond Cauchetier: the man who photographed the French New Wave

By Jonathan Romney

In memory of Raymond Cauchetier: the man who photographed the French New Wave
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Sight & Sound: the April 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the April 2021 issue
Obituaries

Giuseppe Rotunno was one of the great Italian cinematographers

By Pasquale Iannone

Giuseppe Rotunno was one of the great Italian cinematographers
Obituaries

Cicely Tyson put Black female pride on screen

By Alex Ramon

Cicely Tyson put Black female pride on screen
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Sight & Sound: the March 2021 issue

Sight & Sound: the March 2021 issue
Obituaries

Joan Micklin Silver made her own film ground

By Carrie Rickey

Joan Micklin Silver made her own film ground
News

Sight & Sound: the Winter 2020-21 issue

Sight & Sound: the Winter 2020-21 issue
Festivals

With its cinemas closed, Thessaloniki’s 61st film festival opened some virtual doors

By Georgia Korossi

With its cinemas closed, Thessaloniki’s 61st film festival opened some virtual doors
Obituaries

Soumitra Chatterjee was Satyajit Ray’s bona fide Bengali

By Andrew Robinson

Soumitra Chatterjee was Satyajit Ray’s bona fide Bengali
Obituaries

Sean Connery’s code-red allure

By David Thomson

Sean Connery’s code-red allure
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Sight & Sound: the December 2020 issue

Sight & Sound: the December 2020 issue
Cinema in lockdown

“We’re on a war footing”: independent cinemas stand their ground against the pandemic

By Charles Gant

“We’re on a war footing”: independent cinemas stand their ground against the pandemic
Obituaries

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor

By Pamela Hutchinson

Rhonda Fleming, a star in black and white and Technicolor
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Sight & Sound: the November 2020 issue

Sight & Sound: the November 2020 issue
Festivals

Six of the best at the 2020 Venice Film Festival

By Jonathan Romney

Six of the best at the 2020 Venice Film Festival
Festivals

Venice Film Festival 2020: the best of times amid the worst of times

By Jessica Kiang

Venice Film Festival 2020: the best of times amid the worst of times
Obituaries

Diana Rigg obituary: an independent, indefatigable star

By Josephine Botting

Diana Rigg obituary: an independent, indefatigable star
Obituaries

Jiří Menzel obituary: the last of the Czech New Wave greats

By Peter Hames

Jiří Menzel obituary: the last of the Czech New Wave greats
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Sight & Sound: the October 2020 issue

Sight & Sound: the October 2020 issue
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Sight & Sound: the September 2020 issue

Sight & Sound: the September 2020 issue
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