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

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2020-12-31

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Issue 188
December 2006
Features #Girl Interrupted Set against a backdrop of the vicious reprisals that marked the end of the Spanish Civil War, Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth creates a beautiful and terrifying fantasy netherworld for the young girl at its centre. Could i


Issue 187
November 2006
Features #Jewels In The Crown The Venice festival combined Hollywood blockbusters with more innovative indie film-making from Europe and the US. But it was a series of films from Asia and Africa commissioned in Vienna that was its strongest suit. By Jame


Issue 186
October 2006
Features #Out Of The Rubble Oliver Stone's World Trade Center tells the heartwarming story of two policemen plucked from the rubble. But is garnering sympathy for America's 9/11 tragedy now a lost cause, asks B. Ruby Rich #Royal Blues The Queen, directed


Issue 185
September 2006
Features #Edinburgh 2006: Giant Steps US cinema in the early 1970s is a story of film-makers who refused to sell out. David Thomson celebrates a programme of their work at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. #Edinburgh 2006: Ten Sight & Sound Edin


Issue 184
August 2006
Features #Animation: Timeline Andrew Osmond assesses the new innovative directions being taken with Animated cinema releases this Summer. This timeline is a longer version of what appears in the magazine. #Songs For Swinging Lovers With Three Times Hou


Issue 183
July 2006
Features #Cannes 2006: American Decadence And Other Tales Adulterated meat, surveillance and US excess proved the abiding themes of Cannes 2006. Some anticipated films proved duds, but smaller pleasures abounded says Nick James. #Cannes 2006: Unpopular C


Issue 182
June 2006
Features #Women, Windmills And Wedge Heels With Volver Pedro Almod?var has made a welcome return to comedy, the country and his favourite actresses. By Paul Julian Smith #Shimura Takashi: The Last Samurai Kurosawa is best known for his director-actor pa


Issue 181
May 2006
Features #Under The Influence Dominik Moll's Lemming shows the influence of Hitchcock's The Birds. How far has the French thriller tradition been shaped by the work of the master metaphysician - and does it matter, asks Robin Buss. Plus James Bell talks


Issue 180
April 2006
Weight Of Water: The Dardenne brothers' special brand of realism has twice won them the Palme d'Or. As their most recent Cannes triumph L'Enfant (The Child) - about a young father who unthinkingly sells his baby - gets a UK release, Jonathan Romney talks


Issue 179
March 2006
Ballad Of The Wild Boys: Nick Cave and John Hillcoat's Australian outback Western The Proposition combines beauty with brutality. Nick Roddick talks to its makers about drugs, music, poetry and Peckinpah.
Natural Selection: Nicloas Winding Refn's Push


Issue 178
February 2006
Vengeance Is Theirs: Think of Korean cinema and you probably conjure scenes of gangster glamour and extreme violence. But how accurate are western perceptions, asks Grady Hendrix
Interview: Park Chan-


Issue 177
January 2006
Mexico Rising: Interview: Ra?l Ruiz talks about medieval religion and chaos theory and asks whether cinema is one of the three hundred known arts
Western Special: Lonesome Cowboys: Brokeback Mountain is not only a gay Western but also one of the great

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