SIGHT AND SOUND
aka "Sight & Sound"
General, Mainstream Monthly Magazine from London ,United Kingdom


- First issue: 1991
- General cinema.
- Took its present form in May 1991 with the incorporation of Monthly Film Bulletin. Prior to that it was published quarterly.
- Half the magazine contains great articles on various topics and the other half has the film reviews for the contemporary releases. I especially like the full synopsis given for every movie: No surprises when you 're watching The Crying Game for the first time.
- Published by the British Film Institute.
- Monthly, 70 colour pages in A4 format.
- Published by British Film Institute (BFI)
- Website: www.bfi.org.uk

Last updated:
2020-12-31

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Issue 68
December 1996
A man for all seasons: article on Samuel L. Jackson
From the top of the hill: Mohsen Makhmalbaf interview about Gabbeh
Rising below vulgarity: Gordon Burn on the Russ Meyer myth
The media do influence us: David Miller and Greg Philo counterpun


Supplement

Issue 67
November 1996
On the brink: Lizzie Francke on Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady
If you are not for us: Misha Glenny on Underground and Pretty Village, Pretty Flame
Body talk: Peter Greenaway on his film The Pillow Book
The Big Casino: John Powers on cin


Issue 66
October 1996
Ready to explode: career profile of Christopher Eccleston and Jude
Naked miracles: Stig Bjorkman interviews Lars von Trier about Breaking the Waves
Friends of yours: Andy Medhurst on Friends
Welles and Touch of Evil: by Peter Wollen
Everyt


Issue 65
September 1996
Nonchalant gaze: Larry Gross on Wong Kar-Wai and Fallen Angels
Playing for real: David Thomson on movies about sports
Swings of desire: Tin Cup set report
Walking alone: John Sayles interview about Kurosawa's Yojimbo
Wave theory: the rise


Issue 64
August 1996
Playing it straight: Independence Day
Hammer's cosy violence: Jonathan Coe on what made Hammer great
Gangsters special: articles on The Godfather, The Long Good Friday, Shaft and other films by Manhola Dargis, Barrie Keeffe, Mike Phillips and Iai


Issue 63
July 1996
Mr Contradiction: Lost Highway on-set interviews by Chris Rodley with David Lynch and Patricia Arquette
Beyond words: Beyond the Clouds, Antonioni and Wenders
Mission: sublime: Mission: Impossible
B for British
Provoking desire: Tony Rayns


Issue 62
June 1996
Crash: Chris Rodley interviews Cronenberg
A is for Animation: Part one of cinema alphabet
Darkness visible: Philip Ridley interview about The Passion of Darkly Noon
Talk now, pay later: bell hooks on Spike Lee's Girl 6
The harder way: Tony


Issue 61
May 1996
Kids: Larry Clark interview and article
On the road: Clare Peploe's diary on her film Rough Magic
Working with Kieslowski: Three colleagues remember
Hell freezes over: The Coens on Fargo
Rebecca: Alison Light reappraises Hitchcock's film


Issue 60
April 1996
Smoke opera: Paul Auster interview on Smoke
Between Hollywood and Sundance: Larry Gross at the festival
Time and the machine: Terry Gilliam on 12 Monkeys
Inside the light: Se7en cinematographer Darius Khondji interview
In the cold: The X F


Issue 59
March 1996
The dark side: Oliver Stone and Nixon
Motion and emotion: Tony Rayns interviews Chen Kaige about Temptress Moon
Bob and Al in the coffee shop: Michael Mann's script and notes for that scene in Heat
Cautionary tale: Sense and Sensibility articl


Issue 58
February 1996
The boys are back in town: interviews and article on Trainspotting
Dad's the word: Lem Dobbs on Charlton Heston
Things are moving very quickly: Mike Figgis' Leaving Las Vegas diary
The Long Take: Andy Medhurst on Fassbinder
Almodovar and t


Issue 57
January 1996
Scorsese's testament: interview by Ian Christie about Casino
Bright lights, big city: Saul Bass and Casino's title sequence
Algiers in Paris: on-set of Merzak Allouache's Salut Cousin!
Extremities: on set interview with Terry Gilliam about 12

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