Sight & Sound Vol. 32 No. 6 - 1

Sight & Sound Vol. 32 No. 6

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Sight and Sound celebrates its 90th birthday in style. Plus: the Cannes bulletin, Pedro Almodóvar, Ukrainian cinema, The Innocents and Edgar Wright interviewing Daniels.

Since its creation in 1932, Sight and Sound has produced hundreds of issues, tens of thousands of pages, millions of words; it has championed the best... ​​Read More

Sight and Sound celebrates its 90th birthday in style. Plus: the Cannes bulletin, Pedro Almodóvar, Ukrainian cinema, The Innocents and Edgar Wright interviewing Daniels.

Since its creation in 1932, Sight and Sound has produced hundreds of issues, tens of thousands of pages, millions of words; it has championed the best of cinema for nine decades. As current editor-in-chief Mike Williams says: “Much has changed in the pages of S&S over the past 90 years… but its commitment to the culture of film and the moving image, in the UK and internationally, remains steadfast.” In this special issue, an anniversary feature looks back through the archives at some of S&S’s most special moments, including contributions from filmmaking legends.

Also in this issue: we report from Cannes film festival, with a state-of-the-fest report, Mark Jenkin’s Cannes diary and 50 brand new films reviewed; Pedro Almodóvar spends a quiet day in Madrid reflecting on loneliness; we dig into the cinematic history of Ukraine, from the birth of modern cinema to new offerings at Cannes; Eskil Vogt talks The Innocents and children in horror; and Edgar Wright interviews Daniels, the directorial duo responsible for breakout indie hit Everything Everywhere All at Once.

Softcover
114 pages
July 2022
English
In Stock